Celebrating Women Cosplayers: Starting Women’s History Month Off Right

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In 1987, March was officially recognized nation-wide as National Women’s History Month. It is meant to highlight the many achievements and breakthroughs that women have contributed to history; though often times they are overlooked or forgotten. One way I choose to celebrate this month is to continue to uplift and spotlight talented and beautiful women cosplayers. Please be sure to check out all the costume creators I will be featuring this month.

Avina-kei

Instagram: _Avina_

Who are they? Ruby Moon from Cardcaptor Sakura

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I am a huge fan of the Cardcaptor Sakura series, so this photo is just too cute not to share! I love the bright pink and how playful these two cosplayers look here.

The Greek Geek

Instagram: CCThe Greek Geek

Who are they? Velma Dinkley from Scooby-Doo

JINKIES indeed. This Velma cosplayer is so gorgeous; Katsucon certainly brought out the best of the best.
*The Greek Geek also features as our cover photo!

Laydiexskull

Instagram: Laydiexskull

Who are they? Black Puddle Queen from Courage the Cowardly Dog

SUPER SCARY. I love how this cosplay is simultaneously terrifying and beautiful.

Gwen/adieu_shitty

Instagram: Adieu_Shitty

Who are they? Merrill from Dragon Age

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I don’t play Dragon Age, but this cosplay is super adorable. Gwen definitely looks like an ethereal elf here!

Momo Kurumi Cosplay

Instagram: Momo Kurumi

Who are they? Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Jessica Rabbit? (Park Ranger Outfit)

Jessica Rabbit is a pinup dream, and Momo Kurumi definitely knocks the look out of the park! The entire outfit is spot-on, and the sultry look Momo gives the audience is like a perfection!

 

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  • Oona Sura is a cosplay enthusiast with an appreciation for Framboise Lambic, Haruki Murakami, and cats. Catch her at the next anime convention on the East Coast!

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