View Full Version : Sell: Costumes & fun things

06-20-2007, 07:22 PM
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This Raven costume has only been worn once by me. The bodysuit is very stretchy and one size, as are the tights. The tights have a tiny hole near the very top. (I simply wore the tights so the hole was on my bum instead of in front.) I bought the tights used, so there are some signs of wear. The pin which holds the cloak closed is made of sculpey and has a pin glued to the back for easy closure. The belt is made of some round plastic thingies I found at a store (didn't pay attention to what they were). They are connected using long pieces of thick golden wire. The belt is closed by twisting the wire closed. Some of the red parts of the belt are chipped from use. The length of the cloak would best suit someone who is no more than 5' 5" tall. $25.00 OBO
Picture 1 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Raven1.jpg) -- Picture 2 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Raven2.jpg)

This Spike costume was made for a friend. (Pants not included.) The jacket is made of navy blue pinstripey fabric that is very soft to the touch. (The pinstripey-ness and the lack of blue fabric when the sleeves are rolled up is why the price is so low.) My guess is the yellow collared shirt is a size XL and is also store-bought, as is the black tie. The jacket measures 30" long, 22" pit-to-pit, and 25" sleeves. $10
Picture 1 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Spike1.jpg) -- Picture 2 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Spike2.jpg) -- Picture 3 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Spike3.jpg)

This Mugen top was made for a friend, but the entire costume was never finished. It measures 30" long, 18" pit-to-pit, and 17" sleeves. $5
Picture 1 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Mugen1.jpg) -- Picture 2 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Mugen2.jpg)

I bought this gold and red nagoya obi off eBay. It was a cheap buy because someone unstiched part of the half-width area. I wanted to handstitch it back together and use it, but I found it was the wrong color. Other than the unstitched area (pictured), which can easily be stitched back together, the obi is in good condition. There are a couple light stains on the inside, but these cannot be seen if the obi is worn. The design is very soft and in good condition. I hope this obi can go to a good home where it can be fixed and be properly cared for! (Colors most accurate in pictures 4 and 5.) $10 OBO
Picture 1 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Obi1.jpg) -- Picture 2 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Obi2.jpg) -- Picture 3 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Obi3.jpg) -- Picture 4 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Obi4.jpg) -- Picture 5 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Obi5.jpg)

These pink mary jane shoes were bought at a Fan store in D.C.. They are labelled a size 8, but I would call them a size 6.5-7. They have been worn several times, have buckle closure, and have been painted with normal latex paint. $7 OBO
Picture 1 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Shoes1.jpg) -- Picture 2 (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/ok2bPsycho/Shoes2.jpg)

This is a bag of about 44 silver dull cone studs. They're perfect for giving a street punky look to your denim or backpack, or making a Drain away Kyo costume. They each have two tabs that puncture the fabric and bend together to hold the stud in place. Lightweight and stylish, I'm sad to see these little guys go. $7 OBO
Picture 1 (http://www.echoing.org/error404/images/eBay/Studs1.jpg) -- Picture 2 (http://www.echoing.org/error404/images/eBay/Studs2.jpg)

A pair of white authentic tabi socks by Manekiya are up for grabs! I'm a size 7.5, and these socks were WAY too small for me. They've only been worn once to try on. They fit a size 6-6.5 foot perfectly. The bottom of the socks are shoe-like and have soles. There is also hook and eye closure, with two hooks for sizing adjustments. These socks are great for a kimono, a geisha costume, or to just wear around the house. I paid $22 total for these tabi socks, but I'm letting them go for $10
Picture 1 (http://www.echoing.org/error404/images/eBay/Tabi1.jpg) -- Picture 2 (http://www.echoing.org/error404/images/eBay/Tabi2.jpg) -- Picture 3 (http://www.echoing.org/error404/images/eBay/Tabi3.jpg)


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