Dress like Blade Runner Rick Deckard Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

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How to Dress as Rick Deckard from Blade Runner with DIY Costume

Although Blade Runner is set in the future, but its fashion isn't foreign to us like other sci-fi films. Rick Deckard is often seen to wear long-sleeved blue shirt with red plaid necktie topped with a long brown coat, a pair of brown pants and leather belt, and brown leather shoes. If you want to recreate Rick's futuristic look, follow our list down below!

Rick Deckard Cosplay & Costume Guide
# Item Description
1 Long Sleeved Shirt Get a plain color, preferably dark blue, long-sleeved buttoned down shirt.
2 Plaid Necktie Add a black & red plaid necktie to the look.
3 Long Brown Coat Top your shirt with a long brown coat.
4 Brown Pants A simple pair of brown formal pants are perfect for the look.
5 Leather Belt Pick a leather belt that you prefer, but make sure it's not too colorful.
6 Brown Combat Boots Finish your look with a pair of brown combat boots.
7 Blade Runner Style Blaster Get the blaster's replica from the movie and take a role of the policeman of the future world.

About Rick Deckard

Rick Deckard, famously portrayed by Harrison Ford, is the main protagonist in the action sci-fi novel adapted film Blade Runner in 1982, which is about the futuristic world where the line between men and robot is faded to the point where the definition of humanity has to be redefined. In the film adaptation, he is with the Replicant Detection Division (i.e. Blade Runner unit) of the Los Angeles Police Department. His duty is to kill the replicants (androids), or in their word "retiring" them.

In both novel and film versions, he begins the story as a selfish and self-centered policeman who seemingly sees no value in android life. But as the story progresses, Rick's revealed to have more sympathy towards the androids because he realizes that the androids in fact share the human's quality such as feeling and emotions. It also seemed to him that the androids hold more morality than human themselves at the time, who drown deep in decadent.