Spot-On Buffy the Vampire Slayer Willow Rosenberg Costume
Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Willow Rosenberg has the best outfits in the series. Also, she’s one of the best characters in the series. Cosplayer Amy Humphries, also known as Humpasaurus, has re-created a couple of Willow’s looks, and her version of Willow’s outfit from Doppelgangland is perfect. She happens to look like Alyson Hannigan, the actress who played Willow, but it’s more that she replicated the sweater, skirt, makeup, and hair perfectly. She made the sweater in a day, if you can believe that. It’s not an elaborate suit of armor, but it’s a creative and well-executed costume.
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