Why, thank you, anon! I’m flattered.
I actually do a Maryam cosplay — my Draculastuck!Kanaya. Though, I have to wonder who you are, because you know a cosplay of mine that I wore once at a relatively small con (and only have a single hall shot of on my blog), but you didn’t know about what is my most popular cosplay, at least in terms in Tumblr notes (my most popular Kanaya photoset has probably two or three times the notes of any of my other posts). It makes me think that maybe you’ve seen my Meenah in person?
Anyway, yes, I can easily do a closet Maryam. I chose Kanaya because she’s my favorite, and I already have a decent outfit for her. It’s inspired by her default outfit, with the red skirt.
I went humanstuck because I didn’t want to bother going grey or white for this, or bother reattaching my horns.
I’m way too pale for that black lipstick and wig without any face makeup (only dark eye and lip makeup). Oh well.
Shirt has epaulette tabs that button down, and skirt is a doubleknit circle skirt that I made out of vintage 1980s or 1990s fabric. When I’m not leaning against a bathroom counter (I didn’t bother attempting a full body shot of this outfit, sorry, anon :[), the wide shoulders of the top and the fullness at the hem of the skirt, plus my combination of small waist/broad(ish) shoulders/curvy hips creates a fairly striking silhouette.
This is the last of these posts I’ll do this weekend. It actually took me less than an hour to do all four. I’ve gotten a fifth request since doing these, though, so I’ll save that one for next weekend (or maybe Thursday), along with any more that might be sent in the meantime. (I’m still open to more suggestions! These were a lot of fun, and I’m willing to do more when I have the time.)