Hello. I'm not actually a cosplayer myself, but I do need some advice. I'm getting married in febuary and my fiance and I took it into our heads to both wear capes as part of our outfits on the day. She found an off-the-shelf dress that incorporates a cape easily enough. For me, though, it's more of a custom job. We were thinking of a standard kind of three piece suit with a cape attached to the jacket. Since looking into it, it's been pointed out to me that the weight of the cape would pull on the jacket and likely distort the look of it. Then it occurred to me who must presumably have to deal with this: tuxedo mask cosplayers! In picturs of tuxedo mask cosplay I've looked up, this never seems to be an issue. So to anyone here who knows: What's the solution? Do I apply another kind of weight to the front of the jacket or something? Or does this all just not have as much of an effect as I'm expecting? Granted, it may be the solution you use is simply for the cape to be an extremely light material - which wouldn't quite serve, as we'd ideally like the cape's material to perfectly match that of the jacket and pants. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
(I know you have a Tuxedo Mask thread already, http://www.cosplay.com/showthread.php?t=276357
, but I don't know how you feel about resurrecting old topic here :P)