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Con-Volution 2013

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Went to my first Sci-Fi/Fantasy Convention a few weeks back. Here's what I wore:

Day 1 was my "Impersonate Who" outfit, since my Fem-Five doesn't fit anymore...
I wish I had gotten a full length pic of this outfit! I was in black bloomers & orange converse!


Day 2 (during the day) was my Ladybug Fairy outfit.


Day 2 (evening) was the Goblin King's Masked Ball. Here's me & my bestie, before we got all crazy dancing. :-D


Here's us getting our groove on.


Day 3, "Rand'ime" (Get it? Random-Anime? Or something. I totally think I'm clever. ;) )
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  • POMATOJUICE
    that looks like a fun little convention :) I usually stick to my anime cons, so it seems like such a new and novel idea to be able to wear an original costume to a convention! I mean, I guess I could at an anime con, but one always gets comments like "what are you supposed to be?" even when I do a really good job with accuracy!

    Maybe I'm just a snob, but I'd much rather someone ask "where is your costume from," because it's doesn't imply failure from the get go!

    A more laid back fandom con seems like it would be a lot of fun to experiment with original outfits, though!

    I love your ladybug fairy. It is so cute :D The others also look fun, but I would absolutely love to get a closer look at the leaves on your ball costume. What are they made out of? :O This is totally the kind of costume I love to poke at in person
    2487 days ago
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    How much fun was that?!? Thanks for sharing!
    2488 days ago
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    Looks like a blast! I haven't been able to attend any conventions in the past few years due to work, but I love to see other people going and enjoying themselves!
    2488 days ago
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