Outfit based on a song??

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#1 okashi _ichigo on 4 years ago

Hello! I was thinking...has anyone been impulsed to make an outfit based on a particular song? For example I was thinking of making a dress/outfit based on the feel of the song Hotel California by The Eagles I'm really excited! Has anyone ever done this? Or am i just that weird that I wanna do this... Hopefully i dont sound silly and if anyone has any tips/suggestions please let them be known Xp (This is my first time posting in a tread so please if I did it wrong I'm sorry..)

#2 melgibbs on 4 years ago

So you mean, you'll wear something that looks like a hotel?

#3 Mehdia on 4 years ago

I've done a costume based on a song. It was a [URL="http://www.cosplay.com/costume/410398/"]steampunk wind-up doll[/URL] based on a song by the steampunk band Abney Park. The song is called "Herr Drosselmeyer's Doll". I set about planning a costume based on the feel of the song and the lyrics. It's really fun to do because you get to just go to town and have fun creating something that gives you the feel you get from hearing the song.

#4 Scarecrow1992 on 4 years ago

I once did an original concept costume based on the Weird Al song Christmas at Ground Zero. Basically it was a 1950s looking man (Sweater vest, pipe, glasses), but not without wearing a gas mask, Christmas lights as a bandolier, and brandishing an oversized candy cane as a melee weapon, since the song is supposed to be a 50s style Christmas song about celebrating the holidays in the midst of a nuclear holocaust. I plan on doing it again this Christmas.

#5 okashi _ichigo on 4 years ago

[QUOTE=Scarecrow1992;4861534]I once did an original concept costume based on the Weird Al song Christmas at Ground Zero. Basically it was a 1950s looking man (Sweater vest, pipe, glasses), but not without wearing a gas mask, Christmas lights as a bandolier, and brandishing an oversized candy cane as a melee weapon, since the song is supposed to be a 50s style Christmas song about celebrating the holidays in the midst of a nuclear holocaust. I plan on doing it again this Christmas.[/QUOTE] wow that's awesome I'd love to see pictures!

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