Cosplayer Fancy_Duckie > Costume of Princess Tutu from Princess Tutu
About this Costume
- Construction Details:
- The crown was molded from polymer, superglued to a barette (which subsequently glued it shut) so that's held in the wig by two bobby pins. The headpiece is a piece of white felt doused in school glue, and then multiple layers of white feathers. The necklace is made from polymer; the wings are plastic and have white fabric glued to the back so that they show up in pictures. The bodice is a tank top that was bought with the straps cut off. The skirt is a circle skirt gathered at the waist. The tutu is a practice tutu from tutu.com. The bottoms are just spandex boyshorts purchased from a Halloween store. Toe shoes and ribbons are from Capezio.
- Personal Thoughts:
- Don't fail me now tape! Princess Tutu was a formative series for me and I love it very much. In the future, I want to remake this entire costume from scratch and make it closer to something you would see in an actual ballet.
- Styling Notes
- Pin ahoge. Spray the be-jeezus out of ahoge. Let dry. Remove pins. Now you can be a cute little duck princess too! I trimmed the bangs too.
- Wig Review
- Great wig, love the color for Tutu much more than my old pink wig. I wasn't sure how it would look, but it photographs wonderfully!