Meet Ahsoka the White with This Star Wars Rebels Epilogue Cosplay
Photo by Matthew Hunt
McKenna, a.k.a. callmesnips on Instagram and Nine Lives Cosplay on Facebook, has cosplayed about every version of Ahsoka Tano you can imagine. She’s made Ahsoka’s costumes from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, including variations (like the dark version of Ahsoka from the Mortis trilogy) and costumes Ahsoka wore briefly. Given her history, it’s no surprise she was the first cosplayer to wear Ahsoka Tano’s look from the end of Star Wars Rebels.
She debuted the costume at WonderCon recently. Ahsoka’s epilogue look evokes a sort of Gandalf the White aesthetic, and McKenna nailed it. She says the headtails are made from: “this one is made from green upholstery foam, Lycra fabric and liquid latex.”
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