Princess Leia is a standout amongst the most well known female characters in the sci-fi genre. The character played by Carrie Fisher has become legendary because of many reasons.
Since Princess Leia’s first appearance in Star Wars: A New Hope, the hair buns and the long white dress have been staples of the cosplay scene at comic cons and geek traditions.
Nowadays, you can’t stroll through the corridors of any comic-con without running into no less than three or four individuals in various adaptations of Princess Leia’s outfit.
While the New Hope form of Leia is maybe the most well-known cosplay decision, Return of the Jedi presented the disputable Slave Leia costume that Fisher wore subsequent to being caught by wrongdoing ruler Jabba the Hutt on Tatooine.
Any cosplayer hoping to take on the appearance of a steamier rendition of Princess Leia will discover much motivation in the slave costume, from steampunk takes to mashups with Disney princesses. The Slave Leia cosplay is very adaptable.
Well, this time the Force is definitely with cosplayer Danielle Pavluk, who pays tribute to Stars Wars Carrie Fisher’s iconic beach shoot in her Slave Leia metal bikini and to Rey, played by actress Daisy Ridley, the recent member of the Star Wars family and yet another strong female character.
Here is the complete set of Danielle Pavluk’s Princess Leia and Rey cosplay from Star Wars