Frozen Meets The Force Awakens with this Elsa Rey Cosplay
I’ve seen Frozen characters Anna and Elsa turned into Jedi before, but I’ve never seen Elsa mashed with Rey from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Not until now. Redditor darthassbutt made a Jedi Elsa costume mirroring Rey’s scavenger attire in the film for her daughter Stormie. She debuted the ensemble at Wizard World in Des Moines, Iowa. The heat never bothered her anyway.
Darth says Stormie loves dressing up so she was happy to wear the outfit. The robe, shirt, and pants were made by a local dressmaker. The staff was a cheap plastic replica that Darth modified;
I drilled the holes out and slid a metal dowel rod through the center with bits of socks for padding. My friend and I repainted it, but he weathered it and made it awesome. I did the wraps and the strap.
The friend who weathered the staff also made a custom Elsa Rey LEGO minifig for Stormie (it’s pictured below).
I love seeing mash-ups, and this one is creative and fun and showcases craftsmanship.
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