Jeff Winger Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
Jeff Winger costume summary
Jeff Winger’s costume seems pretty simple. He cosplays a classic cowboy, with all those pieces usual for a western outfit. Still, his combination includes some little bit stylish elements, so he probably looks more like some rancher with Chevy Silverado, than a classic Wild West gunman. In any case, it is pretty simple, but yet effective costume. All pieces of clothes are classic and easy to find too. Some of the most important parts are a cowboy hat, blue shirt, cowboy boots, blue jeans trousers, western gun belt with holster etc.
|1||Black cowboy hat||a hat is the most important piece of clothes of every cowboy|
|2||Blue shirt||try to find some comfortable blue shirt with long sleeves|
|3||Black vintage belt with a large buckle||although more common for modern ranchers, it perfectly goes with this costume. Don’t forget large buckle|
|4||Gun belt with holster||you are a gunner, so you will need plenty of ammo. A brown leather belt with holster would be perfect.|
|5||Revolver gun||the essence of the Wild West gunner outfit|
|6||Classic comfortable jeans||Any kind of classic comfortable jeans trousers will be a good choice|
|7||Cowboy boots brown||brown leather cowboy boots are excellent choice|
|8||Paintball gun||Just like with Annie, you need to include a paintball in this costume|
About Jeff Winger
A cosplaying of cosplay sounds pretty interesting and Jeff and Annie actually did it. This event was about wearing costumes from two episodes of popular Community TV shows. In these particular episodes, main characters were already cosplaying gunmen from the legendary “Dollar Trilogy”, in a funny way. The Community is a popular TV show, which lasted for about six years.
All six seasons received pretty good critics, but the second one is usually considered as the best one. In this season, two final episodes were named “A Fistful of Paintballs” and “For A Few Paintballs More”, which is a direct allusion to Sergio Leone’s legendary movies. These two episodes closely resemble Leone’s amazing scenes, backed up with Ennio Morricone-like music theme. These two episodes also received positive critics, even from those big fans of Spaghetti Westerns.