I recently saw a ton of people with EDITH (Even Dead, I’m the Hero) glasses on TikTok. I got a little jealous, and ordered
my own off Amazon. Once I got them in, I just had to style an outfit around them.
I shopped my closet and came up with a new Tony Stark Dapper look that would be great for a con or a theme park.
The dress I got from Amazon. I love this dress. It was inexpensive and it has a nice stretch and came in a ton of colors. So, you KNOW I got every color in my size. I’ve gotten more than my money’s worth out of them for sure! Petticoat is from Amazon.
The glove and arc reactor are cosplay props that I already had, but you can get your own from Amazon and from Etsy. Sneakers from Amazon. Just click on the links.
Our latest outfit of the day comes from one of my favorite Etsy stores,
Kawaii Dress Shop.
They make fantastic cosplay dresses that look great, that are super comfy and that can be worn pretty much anywhere.
Click on the link above to buy. I paired it with a
Scarlet Witch necklace also from Etsy. I put a crop tee under it to create sleeves. I then finished the look with fishnet tights from Snag and creepers from Amazon.
Recently, this shop has added pockets to their dresses, which is great and their spandex is super stretchy and passes the stretch see-thru test.
Our latest outfit of the day is Bucky’s club look from Madripoor.
It is actually an easy look to pull off as it is all black. The key is getting a tux jacket. I found mine at Lane Bryant a long time ago, but I also
found one at Amazon. Click on links to buy.
I paired the look with
black jeggings, combat boots and a black tee.
To dress it up a bit and make it more recognizable, I added
Bucky’s Dog Tags and the Big Three Pin from our store.
This is a quick and easy bound that anyone can put together with a couple of items.
For our latest look of the day, I went into some looks I created during the pandemic for future trips to Disneyland and cons- Doctor Strange Dapper.
I created this look entirely from Amazon finds. Shopping links will be below.
I started with a
50’s swing dress in navy blue. I bought this dress in every color available in my size. The fabric is so soft and stretchy, but it keeps its shape and looks like taffeta, in my humble opinion. Petticoat is from Amazon.
Next, we needed the good Doctor’s Cloak of Levitation. For a 50’s look,
I went with a capelet.
The belt I mixed a 50’s stretch belt with one that looks more like
Doctor Strange’s belt.
I put the comfy
Chuck Taylors with this look for walking all over parks and cons.
Last touches were the
Eye of Agamotto and his Sling Ring.
To go along with my trip to Downtown Disney in my Disney Dress Shop Black Widow dress, I am sporting my Black Widow leather jacket from
This jacket is size-inclusive, going up to a 5xl. I’m wearing a 4xl. It is a little roomy on me, but I like my jackets to fit a little bit bigger. I have big shoulders and I get more flexible movement if I go a size up.
I love all the pockets and the widow logo on the back. My belt is from
Torrid. I added a widow belt buckle from Etsy. Leggings, boots and tee from Lane Bryant. Click on links to shop.
It is about time that Natasha got her own fashions!
Now, if we could finally see the movie…
Until next time…
Our latest outfit of the day is the Loki pin-up dress by Her Universe for The Disney Dress Shop.
I love this dress so much for so many reasons, but the stand-out reason is the detailing on the dress itself.
The basket weave pattern at the waistline nips in my waist perfectly, without sacrificing any comfort. The detailing on the skirt is so beautiful. It is the perfect Loki bound dress.
Like all Disney Dress Shop dresses, I love the fit! It is a very fancy looking dress, but as comfortable as a t-shirt. And…pockets!
Pick up your own dress here. The tesseract prop was a DIY. Click here to make your own. The horn headband, necklace, blue acrylic bag and shoes are all from Amazon. Sunglasses are a lucky find at the dollar store. Click links to purchase.
Love, Kim and Benji