Jessica Rabbit's Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to make Jessica Rabbit costume

Jessica Rabbit Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Sparkling Red Gown Search for Jessica’s iconic sparkling red evening gown.
2 Long Purple Velvet Gloves Pair up your dress with a pair of long violet velvet gloves.
3 Red High Heels A pair of sexy red high heels is perfect for the look.
4 Circle Golden Earrings Get simple circle golden earrings.
5 Long Wavy Red Wig Recreate Jessica’s famous hairstyle with a long wavy red wig.
6 Purple Eyeshadow Get a purple eyeshadow to recreate Jessica’s makeup.
7 Red Lipstick Complete your makeup with a red lipstick.
8 Microphone Prop Finish your Jessica Rabbit’s look, and reveal her profession, with a microphone costume.
9 Action Figure You’re a fan? Collect Funko POP’s Jessica Rabbit Action Figure!

Jessica Rabbit is considered the most recognizable character from the movie, she went from being a support character to the fashion icon in pop culture. Due to her career as a performer, Jessica wears a heavy make up and dresses up glamorously.

She also has gorgeous long red hair. Her iconic outfit includes a sparkling red gown, long purple velvet gloves, gold button earrings, and red high heels. Are you interested in recreating Jessica Rabbit’s seductive look? Check out our item list down below!

About Jessica Rabbit

Jessica Rabbit, voiced by an American actress Kathleen Turner, is one of the characters in a 1988 fantasy-comedy film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the movie is loosely based on the novel named “Who Censored Roger Rabbit?” which was first published in 1981. The movie sets in the world where human live with cartoon characters, and it follows a detective named Eddie Valiant who hates cartoon but turns out to be cartoon rabbit’s only hope to prove his innocence when he is accused of murder.

Jessica Rabbit is Roger Rabbit’s Toon human wife who embodies the meaning of Hollywood sexiness; Jessica is a tall woman with a curvy and slender hourglass figure with a narrow waist and broad hips, as well as fair skin and long, luxurious red hair. Her catchphrase is, which said to Eddie Valiant, “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way.” And she is not at all bad. Jessica proves herself to be selfless and compassionate throughout the movie.