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Unread 06-04-2011, 03:53 PM   #1
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Boot Covers or Footed Bodysuit?

I'm getting ready to order a bodysuit for my Veil (Avengers Academy) and seeing as her costume is seamless all the way to her toes, I was trying to decide if I should just get the footed suit and try to reinforce the soles somehow to wear ballet flats underneath or if I should go footless and put spandex covers over some shoes/boots.

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This is the first time I've ever been faced with a cosplay problem like this! Any suggestions?
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Either would work, but I'd go with the ballet flats as being cheaper in the end.
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Thanks! After finding another thread about Zentai cosplay, I think that reinforcing the feet of the suit with ballet flats, Shoe Goo, and non-skid pieces on the outside will work best.
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