5 posts tagged Wildfox Couture
This outfit is inspired by the Elementalist profession of Guild Wars 2. Now as someone who has never played Guild Wars, this “class” really captivated me - just on looks alone. I referenced concept art to create this outfit and I have to say, it’s one of my favorites.
I wanted to really capture the fluidity of the character’s outfit by both shapes and colors. I chose a sheer hi-low dress, paired with darker accessories. I also chose pieces in a wide range of cool colors; from teal to blue to purple. I wanted it to look almost watercolor-y.
This outfit is great for summer, but can be transitioned to fall by adding tights and boots, and a cool colored cardigan. (Reference Image)
This outfit is inspired by the protagonist of the Bayonetta game. Bayonetta is possibly the sexiest female protagonist (to me at least), and I wanted to capture that sexiness in a unique way. Just like Bayonetta, this outfit does not show a lot of skin, but the skin it does show is super sexy. Cutouts on the top and shoes highlight flashes of skin, and the leather detail on the pants look super hot. I chose butterfly accessories to add a sense of whimsical to the outfit just like the game’s mood. I also chose sunglasses instead of Bayonetta’s usual glasses because I think it’s more universal (not everyone will wear fashion frames). This outfit is perfect for a night out, or when you want to stand out without showing too much. (Reference Image)
This look is inspired by the fantastic Aela the Huntress of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. I absolutely love this character and actually cosplay as her, so I was a little bit biased when someone requested it. I chose a similar palette to her own clothing, but with more casual (and covered) cuts. I also chose animal themed accessories because shes obsessed with going on those animal extinction quests. (Reference Image)
Look stylish while riding off into the sunset in this look is inspired by Red Dead Redemption. (Reference Image)
Put your detective skills to the test in this girlie take on 50’s menswear. Inspired by Cole Phelps of LA Noire. (Reference Image)