Elphaba Thropp (Wicked) Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to Make Elphaba Costume

Elphaba Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Black Victorian Dress A black Victorian dress is the perfect way to show how Elphaba is behind the times when it comes to fashion.
2 Black Witch’s Shoes Add a whimsical look to your outfit with a pair of black witch’s shoes.
3 Black Witch’s Pointed Hat Elphaba became partial to the unflattering pointed hat Glinda gave her.
4 Green Face Paint Paint your face and body green all over since that is Elphaba’s skin tone.
5 Witch’s Broom Elphaba also uses a broom to fly.
6 Toddler Costume Set Turn your baby into the Wicked Witch of the West with this costume set.
7 Girls Costume Set Your little girl can be a little Elphaba with this costume set.
8 Adult Costume Set If you don’t want to DIY your outfit, you can always get this costume set instead.

Elphaba’s life story (at least in the Broadway musical version) shows everyone that we cannot judge a person by the way she looks and her reputation. Elphaba was known as the Wicked Witch of the West but her personality is much purer and better than the supposed good guys.

And that all started because of how she looks. Elphaba is no stereotypical beauty. The major factor is that her skin is unnaturally green. And it doesn’t help that she likes wearing old-fashioned, dark colored clothes and a pointy witch’s hat. Here’s everything you need to look like Elphaba.

About Elphaba

The role of Elphaba in Broadway was originated by Idina Menzel in 2003. Menzel also voiced Elsa in the Disney film, Frozen.

Check out these sites to read more about Elphaba and the other characters from Wicked: