Three IS the magic number, and your D.Webb Team has been known to find delight in the odd bit of magic. Take some time out of your day to meet D.Webb Ambassador Alicia and see that good things really do come in threes.
Alicia is an incredibly talented dancer and cosplayer! She has been cosplaying for 15 years and regularly sews her own designs to create the character's look. She is also a belly dancer and specializes in the Fly Fusion format. We interviewed Alicia to find out all the juicy deets about her life!
Alicia is wearing our Liquid Metal Empire
1) My Alolan Marowak Pokemon cosplay is my favorite that I've created with D.Webb pieces. I purchased the pants while I was playing the game Pokemon: Let's Go Eevee. After catching an Alolan Marowak in game I couldn't get the idea out of my head to use those pants for a cosplay. I had to make it! Alolan Marowak ended up being a popular cosplay at the 2 conventions I wore it to. People really enjoyed seeing that character brought to life!
2) My glam Dungeons and Dragons inspired look used the liquid metal pants and empire. It has a fun story behind why it happened, too. I had just messaged an artist asking for permission to dance to their music. Soon after that, they released a beautiful cover of the intro song to Critical Role (a very popular DnD show on Twitch) and asked if I wanted to dance to it. The silver glam of the pants and empire were perfect for the feel of the song, so I made a D20 top and some jewelry to match them.
3) This past summer mermaids and mermaid songs have been a very popular trend, particularly the idea of dangerous mermaids! I found a pair of green and black Kracken leggings that originally inspired this cosplay. While putting together the rest of the look I thought the D.Webb Runway halter, with the netting in the middle, would look perfect! I had a lot of fun dancing as a deadly mermaid. It's kind of an empowering feeling to turn yourself into a beautiful and deadly creature. (necklace from Bold Oracle; wig from Purple Plum)
Alicia is wearing our Dark Baroque Bolero
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