Ginny DiGuiseppi is a prolific cosplayer who apparently knows how to celebrate in style. To commemorate hitting 5,000 likes on her Facebook page, she prepared a week of new costumes to debut – one cosplay per day. It was an ambitious undertaking. I couldn’t even put out regular clothes for a week. Ginny worked with different photographers to shoot her seven costumes: Ariel from The Little Mermaid, gender swapped Aladdin, Jessie from Toy Story, Kiki from Kiki’s Delivery Service, Arya Stark from Game of Thrones, Briar Rose from Sleeping Beauty, and Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter.
Photos by Dollface Photos (Ariel and Jessie) and Kaitlin Langston (Aladdin and Kiki)
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