OH BOI! That one will be tricky, but so fun!
I have been helping out and making cosplays for a few years, so I hope you find some of these tips useful if you are a beginner:
You will need full-body clown-white cream makeup on most of your body, and you can use hair spray over it to try and prevent it from getting removed by sweat.
The wings will be the hardest part, you will need to literally make a backpack kind of a thing as wing base, and use sculpting wire or PVC pipes to make wings skeleton, then you can hotglue super light fake feathers you can cut out from light styrofoam , check out this tutorial video, it makes stuff easier: Making Of: Lightweight Wings | Time Lapse | How to build - YouTube
The wig for this is easy to find, just order a plain white wig, and for the horns you can check our this video: Easy Horns DIY - YouTube
I bought it on Amazon. Can’t see it but I wore a blue juban under it that I bought on eBay a year ago. The sword is real but not old. The juban is from the 1960’s with a hand painted scenery of Mt. Fugi on the back.
Understandable, I feel that way sometimes too. So I usually just try to use my everyday clothes or something that I can buy in stores. Also, some sizing charts are off so it makes it difficult to buy cosplays that actually fit.
I was actually quite impressed. The fabric isn’t see through like a Halloween costume. I am also 6’6" at 265 lbs and it fit me quite well. Spirit Halloween didn’t have anything my size so Amazon was really my only option.
I checked and rechecked the measurements to make sure it would work. My only disappointment is I couldn’t find the grass sandles in a size 12 so I have to use cheap shower flip flops. The tabi socks were a little bit of a stretch but they didn’t cut off circulation so they are good enough. I knew I wasn’t going anywhere for Halloween, I bought it to wear to a Kitsune Con in Green Bay hopefully in 2023. I gotta stay off of eBay and quit using my credit card if I want to get my alternator replaced by March.