I’d love to tell you that I planned on a Black Panther inspired outfit in honor of Black History Month but honestly, this was just a happy accident. This cardigan though… I LOVE THIS CARDIGAN. It’s heavier than either the Knights of Ren or Wasp one I own and keeps me rather warm.
And yes. This is indeed another one of those ‘Bria wore this to work’ outfits.
For sizing purposes, Bria is wearing a small.
I was already excited knowing that Elektra was going to show up in Season 2 of Daredevil but then they went and cast Elodie Yung and I was over the freaking moon. Hell yes for another hapa actress in the MCU! Of course, then I went and watched the show and fell completely in love with her. This version of her costume was on my list by the end of its first episode and I desperately want the final version to happen one day. There’s just something about the way she says “Matthew.” And also how she kicks so much butt.
The ever amazing Justin was took pictures of me at Awesome Con 2016 and through photography magic, made a convention hall wall look totally legit and appropriate for the character. By the way, he’s an absolute gem of a photographer and you should absolutely shoot with him if you get the chance. This shoot put me through my paces but was totally worth it.
Elektra Natchios: Bria
Photography by Rich and Strange Photography
I just really really really loved being Elektra, guys. <3
But can we just talk about how perfect Black Panther is. Can we. Can we.
(I can only be inspired.)
Bat Kitty Catsuit: Black Milk Clothing
Velvet Skirt: American Apparel
Chiffon Vest; Layer Necklace: Zara
We’re here to style salute the stars&stripes just one more time with our Captain America: Civil War Week so join us in this fun fashion punch-up while we, as the saying goes, are up all night to get Bucky.
Haters to the left, so far to the left we can’t even know you. That’s right, we’ll take a stand for Ant-Man and its cinematic legacy, and we will do it with flair and without a care. A little bit like the Janet van Dyne we know and love, actually, and her powersuit highstylin’ daughter — classic colours, and the modern new.
Oh, do we ever love Wanda. Our baby bad luck girl is all superpowered up for the cinematic universe and we couldn’t be happier. So let’s do that thing we do and style it — red ombré, a little battle tough, a little bit of weirdness.