How To Dress Like A Female Villain In Real Life
For all of you nerd girls out there, the big news of the day is the confirmation that Margot Robbie (you know, sizzlingly sexy Naomi Wolf from Wall Street?) has been signed on to play Harley Quinn in the new Suicide Squad movie. We are kind of loving this since Robbie is not only a total bombshell but also actually a fantastic actress. Therefore she should be perfect to play the role of the erratic, yet intriguing female joker in the movie. And since comic con is over, we thought it might be a good idea to come up with a few ways that we can still incorporate some comic book heavy style into your daily lives. After all, those cartoon femme fatales always had the some of the hottest get ups.
Now you’re thinking we’re crazy, how do you turn what is essentially a clown costume into a cute outfit? And why would you want to? First of all, because she is clearly a badass and a cute one at that. And second, tight red pants should never go out of style.
See what we mean?
The movie was shit but Uma Thurman rocked that green leotard costume, and here’s how you can too.
Yea, we see you starting to trust us now.
Emma Frost, X Men
Because this outfit is pretty much all of the goals.
Now all we need is money for a fur coat.
Ava, Sin City
Played by the flawless Eva Green, this femme fatale’s wardrobe mostly consisted of…well being naked but when she did dress up it was always perfection.
And you can always be naked under it if you want.
We love her supervillain form but this is pretty cool too.
We’ll take 10 of these.
Because we all want to be her anyway.
Oh yeah, this is a thing