Aoba Segaraki (Cafe) - Nitro + CHiRAL

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Worn AtKitacon 2014


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Because why the hell not.
InfiniteJester asked me if I wanted to be Aoba to her and a friend of hers doing Konoe and Akira. Well...it's an easy enough outfit. I'm worried I'll end up wearing weird colours compared to them with all the grey/blacks involved. But...well, easy enough. So it's kind of a side project while I make Inigo.
Dunno what I'll do with his fookin' hair tho.

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InfiniteJester posted on 19 January, 2014 - 20:23
Yessss, this should be good :)

Neverforever posted on 4 April, 2014 - 15:39
You were so cool as Aoba <3 Thank you so much for shooting with me and whacking me on the head when needed XD

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Dress Shirt... (Posted 27th February 2014)

It STILL hasn't turned up. It was supposed to be here by the 20th.
Contacted the seller and they told me to wait another two weeks. As much as it was only £7, I'd still actually want it! It's gonna be hard to send it back if it doesn't fit...would just have to sell it or use it as scrap material. That'd be annoying...Since it's like...2XL...I think. Damn men's shirts, not fitting my boobs right...
If it doesn't turn up, my dad has offered to lend me one of his...which is a pain because he's like...4XL...so...I'd have to really tuck it in, wouldn't I...
The waist coat is short enough as it is...this might be a bad looking cosplay...

Ordered everything! (Posted 19th January 2014)

Well, except material for an apron, but I still gotta try and figure out what shape it is, damnit.
But, ordered a dress shirt and waist coat which were about...£7 each. So not bad...some places tried to charge me a lot more and even tried to add P&P so I went for the cheaper ones. Hopefully they'll fit, but they're men's sizes so I think I'll be okay, since I went for the larger ones. I'd rather have them too big, so I can take them in, rather then too small, where nothing can be done.