I want to share with you my Kanon cosplay which I made myself. It was a big challenge and I need to remake some parts, but overall I'm really proud of it haha
Now I am making Aya-o-Lantern costume and I hope I will finish it before Halloween. I'm thinking about starting wip-thread here :'3
I cosplayed Ako at Charaexpo 2018 on Sunday! Most of it was handmade, with the exception of the Spike Bracelet, the Red and Black armband, both socks, the shoes, and obviously the wig, though I massively failed at styling it.
Over all though, pretty happy with how it turned out. The chiffon for the ruffles at the top of the vest chaffed like heck though, and I have a lot of other places I could improve on, but it was a lot of fun!
Hello everyone! 💕 My name is Freya, nice to meet you! :3 I want to share my pirate Kanon cosplay photoshoot~ I rlly love the pirate theme and as soon as the card came out I immediately started making a costume, xo-xo I hope you will like it ^^ Good luck to everyone entering!!
More photo in my twitter^^
Hello everyone ! I’m Mai !!! My favorite band is POPIPA and my favorite lady of all is Aya 💕💕💕💕👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼
I danced Shuwarin Dreamin 💎 in a convention , with this costume ☺️
@maicosplay_ in IG for more I guess ( ^ω^ )
also forgive me for spamming our community TvT I’m not quite skilled in adding multiple photos in one post :( Plus I’ve been doing paperworks for school entry and legal stuff for three weeks now I really needed the comfort cosplay gives (๑╹ω╹๑ )
Yaho, minna! Kasumi is my absolute waifu and this is my cosplay of her "Colorful Poppin". This costume is handmade by me. I had lots of fun making this and put in all the small detail. I was literally a walking rainbow. In fact, all of my costumes are handmade as I enjoy the challenge. You can out my Instagram for more Bandori cosplay and costume making processes if you are interested. Hope everyone like what I did and support ^w^ .
Sliding this last minute entry in for Bandori Party's CosParty 2018!
Hello, I'm Cybacle, and I've been cosplaying casually since 2015! Nice to meet you :D
A friend got me into Bandori back in May and told me I'd love Chisato - and she was right. I tend to love characters who are driven by their sense of practicality and logic over their emotions, yet have feelings they repress or have trouble expressing even if they are very warm people underneath. I found Chisato's struggle to maintain her facade very relatable and I loved the contrast between her and the more idealistic, naive Aya. I loved seeing Chisato's development in opening up to the rest of Pastel Palettes and her event, When The Flowers Bloom, was still one of my favorites (except that I have yet to pull her 4 star fairy card, gah! Someday...)
I also loved the Romeo and Juliet event focusing on her childhood friend Kaoru - despite them being at odds (well, mostly on Chisato's end) because of their dramatically different outer personalities, I think they understand each other in an unspoken way that only longtime childhood friends do.