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Alright, I really didn’t want to debut my costume till it was finished - but I need your guys’ help again! Cape or no cape?I bought this fabric to make a tube top to go under my corset since the back is open and looks pretty tacky… then I was being silly and tied it around my neck and ran around the house… and it’s got me thinking…I’ve openly ridiculed capes on WW costumes in the past because she doesn’t actively wear one, and for the sake of authenticity I wasn’t going to - but! She’s often illustrated wearing a cape on covers and is wearing them on some action figures. So it’s not totally inaccurate. The pros - A little added modestly, I’ve never worn this little clothing in public and am honesty quite nervous about it. Added warmth - It IS March in Seattle and I’m going to be cold as hell. Overall better look - the back of my costume is messy, with the corset ties and ribbons, a belt buckle, it would just overall look better if ALL that was covered. And I wouldn’t have to try to silk screen stars on my own ass while wearing the chonies.The cons - less contrast between the corset and the background, it’ll be red on red. Not showing a lot of my tattoos when Tattooed Wonder Woman was kind of the whole point. And I don’t have the time to make it AWESOME or I’d add a gold trim and everything.If I decide to wear it I obviously won’t just tie it around my neck, I’ll create a gold armor looking attachment piece.Cast your vote! What do you think?

Alright, I really didn’t want to debut my costume till it was finished - but I need your guys’ help again! Cape or no cape?

I bought this fabric to make a tube top to go under my corset since the back is open and looks pretty tacky… then I was being silly and tied it around my neck and ran around the house… and it’s got me thinking…

I’ve openly ridiculed capes on WW costumes in the past because she doesn’t actively wear one, and for the sake of authenticity I wasn’t going to - but! She’s often illustrated wearing a cape on covers and is wearing them on some action figures. So it’s not totally inaccurate.

The pros - A little added modestly, I’ve never worn this little clothing in public and am honesty quite nervous about it. Added warmth - It IS March in Seattle and I’m going to be cold as hell. Overall better look - the back of my costume is messy, with the corset ties and ribbons, a belt buckle, it would just overall look better if ALL that was covered. And I wouldn’t have to try to silk screen stars on my own ass while wearing the chonies.

The cons - less contrast between the corset and the background, it’ll be red on red. Not showing a lot of my tattoos when Tattooed Wonder Woman was kind of the whole point. And I don’t have the time to make it AWESOME or I’d add a gold trim and everything.

If I decide to wear it I obviously won’t just tie it around my neck, I’ll create a gold armor looking attachment piece.


Cast your vote! What do you think?

(Source: electricalivia)

— 1 year ago with 219 notes
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  1. b3aw350m3 reblogged this from electricalivia and added:
    Go with the cape. You’ll be comfortable, less self-conscious, and more confident. Remember it’s all about confidence....
  2. mr-mighty answered: always go with the cape.
  3. berthaagogo answered: Plenty of contrast, you also will relish the opportunity to cover you butt when need be
  4. mal-luck answered: no cape
  5. peppermonster reblogged this from jedibusiness
  6. falingo answered: I say go with the cape, just for the sake of March in Seattle. And it adds an extra layer of protection when/if you sit down on hard surfaces
  7. jedibusiness reblogged this from electricalivia
  8. f3n1x187 answered: Cape :)
  9. llamacolypse answered: Cape
  10. debonairess answered: bring cape as backup!
  11. kristensoup answered: no cape :)
  12. hukk-hukk answered: Take a picture of the back so we can see the ties and what not, but I’m leaning towards no cape.
  13. lewstonewar answered: definately with cape, use with attachement piece but wear tog-style one shouldered.
  14. ruetheterrible answered: Cape, if only for the don’t-freeze-your-ass-off part. And it seriously still looks fine.
  15. orionpax said: With a cool armor piece the cape could be rad, you don’t usually see Wonder Woman with a cape so it would be unique. No cape would make it more of a traditional Wonder Woman style.
  16. ladyicarus answered: Cape!
  17. mrtomfoolery answered: hottest.. wonder…. woman… ever.
  18. invisiblepushups answered: Cape. But either way, you look amazing.
  19. invisiblepushups reblogged this from electricalivia
  20. thedon96 answered: No cape
  21. lilbilly666 answered: No cape!
  22. giantgreypanda reblogged this from electricalivia and added: