Juno & Paulie Bleeker Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to make Juno MacGuff Costume

Juno MacGuff Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Orange-Striped Shirt Juno wears an orange-striped shirt on the poster. You could even get a fake pregnant belly (if you are not pregnant).
2 Regular-Fit Denim Jeans Juno’s pants are a bit slouchy so forego your skinny jeans for a pair of regular-fit ones.
3 Green Mini Skirt Juno adds another funky layer of clothing with a green mini skirt.
4 Green Windbreaker It can get chilly sometimes so Juno wears a green windbreaker.
5 Rubber Shoes Juno’s idea of a comfy pair of footwear is rubber shoes.

How to make Paulie Bleeker Costume

Paulie Bleeker Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Dancing Elk Condors Hooded Sweater Running out in the open can be chilly so Paulie wears a hooded sweater to keep himself warm.
2 Yellow Track Shorts Paulie’s vibrant yellow track shorts are a sight to behold.
3 Knee-High White Socks Wearing a pair of knee-high socks keep Paulie warm and toasty.
4 Rubber Shoes A sturdy pair of rubber shoes helps Paulie run better during his practices.
5 Yellow Sweatband and Armbands A sweatband and a pair of armbands give a more athletic vibe to Paulie’s outfit.
6 Costume Set Instead of getting your pieces individually, you can also buy a costume set.

Juno’s style is very comfortable to look at. She doesn’t dress outrageously yet her fashion sense is quite distinct. Bleeker is more subtle opting to dress like his track mates for the majority of the team. For this outfit, let’s talk about Juno and Bleeker’s poster look.

She wears an orange-striped shirt, a green min skirt, regular-fit denim pants, a green windbreaker, and rubber shoes. He, on the other hand, wears his red track top, yellow shorts, knee-high white socks, and yellow armbands. Here’s everything you need to look like Juno and Bleeker.

About Juno MacGuff and Paulie Bleeker

Juno MacGuff was portrayed by Ellen Page. Paulie Bleeker was played by Michael Cera.

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