By now, you’ve probably heard that Savage Fashion show is returning to the mall this September, with all the cool new costumes and the usual mix of crazy fashion and fun-loving.
If you’ve been living under a rock, it’s going to be a fun event, and if you’ve seen our previous Savage Fashion shows, you know what we mean.
But what about your local mall?
We have some tips for how to get dressed up to look like your favorite cosplayer or cosplayer with a sense of style, in a shopping mall setting.1.
Be careful with your shopping bags!
Most malls don’t have large parking lots or other designated parking spaces.
That means if you’re going to a big mall, you better have enough room to carry everything.
This is especially true if you plan on dressing up as the costume of your choice, like a kung-fu master or a cosplayer.
And remember, you’re not allowed to leave the mall without permission, and you may have to pay for any items you choose to leave.2.
Avoid the crowded food courts!
This is where the crowds are, and people tend to congregate in groups, so don’t be surprised when you run into some weirdos in the food court or near the entrance.
Also, don’t expect a lot of shoppers at the food courts, as they’re mostly empty.
There are also a lot more people at the mall, so if you see a group of people, be sure to get a good vantage point and get out of their way.3.
Look for people who are cosplaying!
If you’re lucky enough to get into a cosplay contest, don:1.
Make sure to check out the Cosplay Expo booth at the shopping mall.
If your costume is too big for the space, it may be difficult to fit in the booth.2, Dress up like you’re wearing the outfit you were cosplaying in, not someone else’s costume.
Make the costume look like you have the right proportions, and dress like you want to be seen in public.3, If you need to cosplay, make sure you’re dressed in appropriate costumes for the time.
You don’t want to look strange or awkward in your costume, and cosplayers can be seen wearing whatever clothes they like, so make sure to be comfortable and respectful.4.
If it’s raining outside, make yourself comfortable by wearing your best clothes.
Cosplayers have to wear their best costumes to get out and get the best views.5.
If the weather is chilly, wear a hat, sunglasses, gloves, and/or rain gear.
Remember, people dress up to get the maximum amount of attention and make people uncomfortable.6.
If there’s a costume contest, get ready to dress as a cosplaying character.
If a coscon is happening, bring a cosmetically appropriate costume.
If an event is not happening, you may want to bring your own costume.7.
You can find a cosplays booth for sale at the local mall.
Some of the more popular ones include the Fashion Fair, Fashion Week, and Fashion Week+.
You’ll want to check them out because they’ll be more expensive, but the prices will likely be less than the retail price of a similar costume.8.
Get ready for a bit of socializing.
If people aren’t there, the best thing to do is to dress in a cosplayed costume.
That way, you can share your cosplay with a lot other cosplayers, and be able to socialize with people you don’t know.9.
Dress in your best cosplay and bring your ID to the event.
Make it easy to prove you’re a member of a cosplayers group by wearing a coskin cap or scarf.10.
You’re not supposed to go out on your own without your costume.
When the crowd gathers at a cosshow, they typically gather in groups of 5-10 people, so bring a friend if you want a more personal connection.