Silk Spectre Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to make Silk Spectre costume

Silk Spectre Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Shirt Yellow Dress Get a yellow halter neck short dress.
2 Corset Belt Look for a black medium corset belt to wear over the dress.
3 Leather Boots Match your stockings with knee-length black combat boots.
4 Black Thigh High Stockings A regular pair of sheer black thigh high stockings.
5 Long Black Gloves You might need to get a pair of long black gloves, but you’ll only have to wear one of them.
6 Black Choker Find a large and simple black choker necklace to wear.
7 Retro Auburn Wig Complete the look with a beautiful auburn colored, pin up styled wig.
8 Latex Costume If you want to go for movie version look

Being called a heroine version of a pin-up girl, Sally’s style really lives up to that. She wears a tight yellow dress with a corset belt to reveal her shape, black leather choker and one long glove, and laced up leather boots with sheer black stockings. In contrast with her bright yellow dress, Sally has a fiery colored hair. To recreate Silk Spectre’s pin up style, check out our list down below!

About Silk Spectre

Silk Spectre or Sally Jupiter, portrayed by Carla Gugino, is a fictional character from DC comics and one of the supporting character in a 2009 anti-hero movie Watchmen. Sally Jupiter was the first woman to hold the title of the Silk Spectre. Sally was well known for her beauty, once a random prince called her the most beautiful woman in Europe. Many people saw Sally as a heroine version of a pin-up girl and, even in her old age, she seemed proud of her sex symbol status.

In face, on career wise, she was the first who realized the commercial benefits of crimefighting and entered it to boost her lucrative modeling career, with ambitions to enter the movie industry. Or so to say, Sally was a superhero who uses her own reputation to gain fame and fortune. After getting married with Laurence Schexnayder, Sally retired from crimefighting world, and gave birth to her daughter, Laurie Juspeczyk, who was going to be the second Silk Spectre.