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Aigue-Marine | Costume Artist | Singer
New shot of my Margaery Tyrell costume taken at Dokomi this weekend!
Costume made by Aigue-MarinePhoto + Edit by Lucas Ambrosio of SCG - Super Cosplay Girls

New shot of my Margaery Tyrell costume taken at Dokomi this weekend!

Costume made by Aigue-Marine
Photo + Edit by Lucas Ambrosio of SCG - Super Cosplay Girls

aigue-marine:

Forget about the previews…
Photo + Edit by Robin HüttischArt Direction by LieChee
Joffrey Baratheon - Naraku BrockMargaery Tyrell - Aigue-Marine

The Lion and the Rose.
It’s a good day to repost old cosplay pictures, isn’t it?

aigue-marine:

Forget about the previews…

Photo + Edit by Robin Hüttisch
Art Direction by LieChee

Joffrey Baratheon - Naraku Brock
Margaery Tyrell - Aigue-Marine

The Lion and the Rose.

It’s a good day to repost old cosplay pictures, isn’t it?

Anonymous asked: have you thought of layering the -skirt part of the marg dress with maybe a darker chiffon fabric to make it a bit more lively?

Uh. No. To be honest I haven’t. I took a look at the refernces. The skirt of the gown she wears at Sansa’s wedding looks the way I made my skirt.
I like working according to reference. :)

Anonymous asked: Was your Margaery wig expensive?? I can't seem to find a good one that isn't over £50 ><

It’s a lace front wig. It was expensive, yes. I paid around 80$ for it.

Anonymous asked: I was just wondering what sort of fabric you used for the skirt of your Margaery dress?? It looks so nice!

It’s a simple blue cotton fabric I bought at a fabric market near the place I live. Really, it’s nothing special.

A “Thank you” and “Please” wouldn’t hurt, don’t you think? ;)

Anonymous asked: Hey! I know this might be a huge, huge ask -- but I'm about to try and do my first ever cosplay, and I /love/ your cosplay of Margaery Tyrell. Being my favourite GOT character, I was wondering if you could offer any tips? On the dress structure particularly, but also the wig? Thank you so, so much -- for any help you can give me!

Hey! Thanks a lot for your message! :) First of all, it’s amazing to hear that you decided to engage in cosplay! It’s a great and creative hobby!

Now on to the - let’s say - bad news. Reading your post I assume that you are a total beginner and that you have never worked with a sewing machine before. In case that you are a total newbie to sewing and cosplay I’d recommend you to pick another costume with an easier patterns and easier shapes, like a kimono for example.
Margaery’s dresses were some of the most challenging costumes I ever made. I know, especially the season 3 dress looks really simple, but it took me almost 3 days to come up with a pattern which fit me well and looked the part.

I really don’t want to keep you from cosplaying your favourite character, but try to learn the basics first and try to keep Margaery in mind as a “Dream Costume” for later, when you have gathered some experience. That’s my advice for you. :)

Anonymous asked: Hello! This might sound a bit awkward, but I've been wondering, when you're wearing a costume like Margaery's (the one on your sidebar) what kind of bra do you have to wear so the straps won't show in the back? Or do you wear something else? Thanks a lot!

I wear no bra underneath my Margaery costumes. Whoops.
I don’t think the actresses wear anything underneath these dresses either.

More Margaery Tyrell taken at Connichi 2013 in Kassel, Germany.

Photo + Edit by Binh Truong; Costume made by Aigue-Marine