This Dress Represents Both Sides of Captain America: Civil War
The cosplay duo Lemon Drop, also known as Shemayne and Carolina, has been responsible for a few transforming skirts. The clever construction of the past skirts was designed to show two or three different sides. There was the BB-8 and R2-D2 skirt, the Dawn of Justice skirt featuring Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, and now, there’s a Captain America: Civil War dress. Even though all the Avengers and other heroes appear in the film, the battle is primarily between Captain America and Iron Man. So, of course, the dress represents the costumes of both characters. The front panel switches from Cap’s stars and stripes to Tony’s arc reactor.
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