There are times I get a bit jealous of all of the awesome geeky clothes that are made for women and this would definitely be one of them. I have some pretty cool Legend of Zelda t-shirts but they can’t compare to this amazing Legend of Zelda cosplay dress!
This particular costume is made from 100% cotton, trimmed with crushed gold lamé and gold leatherette. Fully lined in polyester cotton, with 3 layers of net underskirting. Boned bodice, back zip fastening with corset effect lacing over the top. Top stitched in gold thread.
If you are a Legend of Zelda fan who happens to be looking for something to where to a con or even perhaps a renaissance fair but don’t want to deal with the hassle of making your own outfit, this might be just what you have been looking for! Heck, this would even make for a nice non-traditional wedding dress for a really big Zelda fan.
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One of the bad parts of working in a junkyard is that my shoes don’t tend to stay nice for very long. So while I may not skimp on my shoes when it comes to comfort, I don’t bother going for really cool looking shoes because they will end up dirty and greasy after a day or two. However, I still greatly admire really well done hand-painted shoes. Speaking of amazing hand-painted shoes, I think perhaps my favorite shoe artist is probably Bobs Made. In the past, I have posted a couple pairs of their shoes including some Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker shoes and some electrifying Pikachu shoes. Today, I found some beautiful Legend of Zelda Link shoes from them I thought you guys would love.
These amazing hand-painted Legend of Zelda Link shoes from Bobs Made were made for the boyfriend of a girl named Kristina. They were made with a pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars (apparently the canvas on these shoes is perfect for painting because they seem to be the preferred shoe by shoes artists), LUCAS acrylic paints, and Faber Castell waterproof pens.
These are truly some stunning shoes and perhaps the best looking Zelda shoes I have seen!
For as much as I enjoy going to various cons to check out the cool panels and meet the celebrities whose work I enjoy, my favorite part is easily the cosplay. It is always a thrill to be walking through the convention halls and pass people dressed as Super Mario, the Doctor, Darth Vader, even a few TARDIS’. Well, speaking of some amazing cosplay which I wish I had seen in person, I found some cool pictures of some amazing Rule 63 Kratos and Ganon cosplay.
These pictures take by Mike Kowalek feature some of if not the best female Ganon (from the Legend of Zelda franchise) and Kratos (from the God of War games) cosplay I have ever seen. The beautiful woman cosplaying as Ganon is Ely Renae and the equally beautiful woman cosplaying as Kratos is Emma Lu. Apparently these lovely ladies were spotted recently at Otakon in Baltimore.
I don’t know how much time and effort was put into these costumes but it was absolutely worth it as they are both stunning!
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It seems like every time I find some good female Link or Princess Zelda cosplay to post, I am always asking myself if I post it too often. I have posted some great female Link cosplay in the past such as this female Link cosplay and this one just to give a couple of examples. But I wonder if maybe I do it too often? I kind of feel like I do but then I remember just how much I love women with pointy ears and then I stop caring and post more. Well, I found some more great female Link cosplay inspired by Ocarina of Time and thanks to the fact that I am a sucker for pointy ears, here is yet another female Link cosplay post!
This lovely lady Link cosplay is done by the cosplayer Lolita Zombie and these cool pictures were taken by Photographers in Philadelphia. I think the pictures fit nicely with the cosplay even if she doesn’t really feel in the environments (Photoshop can’t make everything look natural). I especially like the inclusion of Navi in the one picture.
While I appreciate great cosplay of all types, Zelda cosplay is probably my favorite. In general, I think the costumes tend to be more elegant than others and if you have been reading Fanboy Fashion or my other sites like Global Geek News for a while, you know I have a major pointy ear fetish. Well, apparently it is my lucky day because I came across some amazing Princess Zelda and Princess Hilda cosplay inspired by Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
The two stunningly beautiful cosplayers are Mandalynn (Princess Zelda) and Guhzoontight (Princess Hilda). The photographer who took some truly awesome shots with these two is Alexis McNichol.
Perhaps the most impressive part of this amazing cosplay is that it was Mandalynn’s first cosplay and Guhzoontight’s second so its not like they are even pros at this. I’m not sure how much time they spent making this cosplay but I’d say it was well worth it as both costumes turned out looking fabulous!
This has inspired me to put Watch Dogs on hold for a little bit just so I can finish the last half of A Link Between Worlds because it really is a great game.
One of the Legend of Zelda games I really need to take the time to go back and play is Majora’s Mask. I was obsessed with Ocarina of Time when it came out on the Nintendo 64 and I still play it on my 3DS but I never did play Majora’s Mask. I had honestly never even knew the game until I was on to the next generation of consoles and when I did hear about it, I heard it wasn’t as good as Ocarina of Time and it was harder so I never really gave much thought to tracking the game down and giving it a try. However, after going to the Legend of Zelda symphony and hearing some of the music from it and then seeing this incredible full-back tattoo, now I really want to go back and play the game.
This absolutely stunning Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask tattoo belongs to tumblr user TheGreatKeaton who is easily the biggest Majora’s Mask fan I have ever seen. The tattoo’s mind blowing design was created by Krystian Marciniak and it was inked by Anson Eastin at the Forever Tattoo Parlour in Cape Coral, Florida. Congrats to all involved for this incredible Zelda masterpiece!
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Being a guy, I’m not one to wear anything in my hair (it would be pointless anyway as my hair is too short and I wear a hat all the time) but if there are any cool ladies out there that want to sport some Legend of Zelda love in their hair, I think I have found the perfect hair bow for you!
Etsy seller KillerBunnyCouture is selling these awesome Legend of Zelda inspired char hair bows that she makes for just $21.50. That seems like a very reasonable price for a green bow with a Triforce on it and some rupees and a Master Sword charm hanging from it. However, if those charms (made from polymer clay) don’t tickle your fancy, then she does take custom orders so if you would rather have a Hylian Shield for example, you can! However, the price may very on custom orders so keep that in mind and make sure to discuss that with her before ordering.
Times like this, I kind of regret being a guy because I would love to wear something like that. Even if I did have long hair, I could never pull something like that off simply because I am a guy and that sucks. Consider yourself lucky ladies!
If there is one rule that I live my life by, it is to wear things that show off the things I love. Whether it is a Doctor Who t-shirt, my God of War hat or my Call of Duty dog tags, you will never see me not sporting something I am passionate about (unless you see me in the shower in which case we have other issues to discuss). I also recommend everybody else live by this rule as much as possible. Not only does it let people get an idea of who you really are, but it is a fantastic way to start up conversations with complete strangers about the whatever it is you love that you both have in common.
Well, speaking of wearing things you love, if you are a Legend of Zelda fan, I have found the perfect necklace for you!
Perhaps sometime in the next week, I will start catching up on Legend of Zelda games. I am somewhat ashamed to admit that I am I am several games behind on the Nintendo 3DS and Wii and that is something I really need to rectify. However, until my schedule allows me time to do that, I will just appreciate some awesome Legend of Zelda cosplay like the fantastic Skyward Sword inspired Princess Zelda cosplay below!
Cosplayer Kawaii Ringo spent a month working on this awesome Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword inspired Princess Zelda cosplay. I’d say the time was well spent as her attention to detail is quite good! I am definitely impressed! I would definitely be interested in knowing if that harp can actually be played?
Even though there are a lot of franchises whose cosplay I really enjoy, I think my all time favorite will always be the Legend of Zelda. While Link cosplay can bit hit or miss sometimes, cosplay of characters like Princess Zelda or in this case, Princess Midna always blows me away. And of course my pointy ear fetish that regular readers will be familiar with certainly doesn’t hurt either. Anyway, in the past, I have found some spectacular Victorian style Princess Midna cosplay inspired by the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and I thought you guys might enjoy this Princess Midna cosplay as well!
This stunning Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess inspired Midna cosplay is being sported by cosplayer Spicy-Seasoning. The photographer for this cool photo is Angichuu.
I’m not sure what I like most about this amazing Midna cosplay but I especially like how well done the white skin makeup is. Is it weird that I kind of wish that some people were naturally this white? For some reason, I find it oddly sexy. Oh well, at least there are cosplayers willing to paint themselves white and I guess that is good enough.