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Victoria Cosplay’s blog Confessions of a Cosplay Girl featured a review of Costume SuperCenter’s Elite Enchanting Princess Costume on July 6, 2014.
“The dress is gorgeous, highly detailed and very well made.” Victoria Cosplay’s other cosplays, such as Maleficent and Slave Leia can be seen on her blog, Confessions of a Cosplay Girl.
Three Muses Clothing
Candy Keane of Three Muses Clothing was kind enough to feature Costume SuperCenter in her blog, A Mused Life, with a review of our Blonde Bombshell Wig on July 29th, 2014.
“…overall, it was exactly what I was looking for and it will make a great addition to my costume!” Customers of Three Muses Clothing, and fans of Candy Keane can visit her store online, or at its retail location in Jacksonville, FL.
While Enchanted Cupcake doesn’t have a blog, she did review CSC’s Sexy Baby Doll Sucker Punch Costume on her Facebook page on August 3rd, 2014.
“…the costume shown on the website is exactly the same thing I received. Sometimes when you see a costume online it can be deceiving.” Enchanted Cupcake can also be found on DeviantArt!
Alice Malice made us all proud to be Americans, as she elected to review Costume SuperCenter’s Sexy American Dream Costume on August 18th, 2014.
The helmet is very clever. It’s actually split in half for easy storage and shipping. Plus glitter. Girls love glitter. “
Respected Geek Blogger Melificent, like Enchanted Cupcake, reviewed CSC’s Sexy Baby Doll Sucker Punch Costume. The review was posted on August 21st, 2014.
“For the price, it came with a lot of pieces, leaving me with a laundry list of additional props & accessories.”
Visit Melificent’s blog to see what else she had to say about this costume and other fun topics!
Geeks with Wives
Casey Walsh, contributor to the site Geeks with Wives, excitedly reviewed CSC’s Arkham City Harley Quinn Costume on September 1st, 2014.
“The costume is a really well done replica that would even make the Dark Knight himself do a double take.”
For more contributions from Casey Walsh and a team of other incredibly talented writers, check out Geeks with Wives!
Koneko, Your Average Nerd
Koneko, author of the blog Your Average Nerd, did an amazing job reviewing and modeling CSC’s Arkham City Harley Quinn Costume on September 2nd, 2014.
“I am a firm believer that anyone can don a costume, because to me, cosplay is about fun and personal satisfaction.”
To hear more from Koneko, on cosplay and a number of other “geeky” topics, check out Geeks with Wives!
Glitzy Geek Girl
One of CSC’s favorite Geeky Blogs is Glitzy Geek Girl, authored by Anna Lee. On September 2nd, 2014, she reviewed our Elite Wicked Queen Costume.
“This is definitely high quality for a Halloween costume. Overall, I’d give it a 9 out of 10!”
For more reviews, tutorials and geeky banter, check out Glitzy Geek Girl!
Sarah from SmzeldaRules’ used her Tumblr Page to feature a review of three Costume SuperCenter products that she used to create a Female Link Costume on September 5, 2014.
“…ordering things from stores or online definitely does not make one less of a cosplayer.”
Sarah’s other cosplay work can be seen on her Facebook page.
Artemis Moon decided to take a few different products from the Costume SuperCenter inventory and piece them together to make a DC Comics Black Canary Cosplay. Her review was posted on her Tumblr page on September 9, 2014.
“If sewing isn’t your thing… You can piece together a perfectly A+ cosplay from stores such as Costume SuperCenter.”
Artemis Moon’s other cosplay work can be seen on her DeviantART profile.
Canadian Cosplayer Caeron Cosplay decided to unleash her inner-Selina Kyle when she reviewed Costume SuperCenter’s Dark Knight Rises Catwoman Costume. Her review was posted on her Facebook page on September 15, 2014.
“My partnership with Costume SuperCenter is off to an amazing start! (This costume) was a super great deal for all that you got.”
A portfolio of Caeron Cosplay’s other works can be seen on her DeviantART profile.
One of our favorite Geek Goddesses, Brittnie Jade, put a light-hearted spin on cosplay when she reviewed our Lulu the Clown Costume. She posted a video review of the outfit and wig on September 15, 2014.
“I love this costume. I really, really do. It’s not normally my Halloween style, but you could do so many things with this.”
Hear more from Brittnie Jade by following her on Twitter.
The incredibly talented Avalon Cosplay took time out of her busy modeling schedule to pose for a few shots in, and write a review for CSC’s Red Riding Hood Costume. Her review was posted on her Facebook page on September 16, 2014. All photos courtesy of Cantera Image.
“I loved how all the reds popped. Overall, it was very comfortable and accommodated my body type quite well.”
Learn more about Avalon Cosplay by checking out her YouTube Channel.
Riri, writer for the blog Lifted Geek, has been cosplaying since 2007. Her most recent modeling project, though, came on September 26, 2014 when she donned CSC’s Green Player Costume, and put all the talk of Luigi as a side kick, well… to the side.
“Being a ‘cosplayer’ doesn’t mean that you have to make your own cosplays! There is no definition as long as you are having fun.”
For videos, photos, news, and all things geeky, be sure to check out Lifted Geek.
Philadelphia native Lolita Zombie decided to wear CSC’s Mortal Kombat Sonya Blade Costume to shoot in and model at one of the many conventions she attends. Her review was posted on her YouTube channel on September 28, 2014. All photos courtesy of Hero Hotties.
“The material is awesome, the costume fits me perfectly, and everything comes with it. This costume is awesome.”
Follow more of Lolita Zombie’s cosplay work by checking out her Facebook Page.
Another Philadelphia resident, Jazzmin Jolly, made the logical decision of sticking to her Disney fandom when she chose to model CSC’s Tinkerbell Costume to shoot in and model. Her review was posted on her YouTube channel on October 5, 2014. All photos courtesy of D.Brooks Photo82.
“(Costume SuperCenter) has a perfect Tinkerbell dress, and as soon as I saw it, I knew that it was what I wanted to shoot.”
Follow more of Jazzmin Jolly’s cosplay work on Facebook.
Toxic Girl, a GoGo Dancer for the New Jersey dance team, The Chemical Crew, took time out to model and review Costume SuperCenter’s Silk Spectre costume from the popular DC movie Watchmen on October 24, 2014.
“This outfit far surpasses that of other Costume stores, and paired with the pleasant customer support, this has been one of my favorite online experiences.“
Follow more of Toxic Girl’s cosplay work on Facebook.
Kyle Mistry, a Canadian cosplayer, jumped at the chance to model our Upstairs Maid costume and turn it into the Maid version of Rei from Free! Iwatobi Swim Club. He posted his review on his Tumblr on December 12, 2014. All photos courtesy of rundevinrun.
“Costume Supercenter gave me the chance to review it, and I couldn’t help but jump at the opportunity. After all, it was maid to be! Eh?“
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Gothic Hamlet of the cosplay duo Cowbutt Crunchies recently requested to review Costume SuperCenter’s Sexy Velvet Miss Santa Costume in honor of the holiday season. She posted her review on her Tumblr on December 15, 2014.
“The costume can definitely be worn by itself if you like the “sexy” vibe… Any premade costume that can look this adorable with just a few additions gets an A+ in my book.“
Follow more of Cowbutt Crunchies’ cosplay work on Facebook.
With the excitement of the release of the new Force Awakens trailer, Krissy Victory requested to review Costume SuperCenter’s Sexy Slave Leia Costume. She posted her review on her Tumblr on January 3, 2014.
“Overall, it is a comfortable costume, and I love wearing it. It is a wonderful looking cosplay with amazing fabric choice for the costume.“
Follow more of Krissy Victory’s cosplay work on Facebook.