I had wanted to be Jessica Rabbit for Halloween a couple years now, and decided to finally do it. All of the costumes I had seen online either weren't flattering, or were completely unrealistic. Thankfully, my mother loves to help me get creative when it comes to costumes. We picked up sequined fabric, as well as a red liner fabric from Michael's, and I ordered a red wig off of the internet, but one from the store will work perfectly too. Set it with curlers the night or two before to help create more of a glamorous look.
The dress was actually pretty simple to make. We fit the fabric to my body, and lined the inside of the sequin fabric so it wasn’t see-through. We also added an underwire to the top of the dress to keep the fabric from falling down. Lastly we added a strip of fabric around the top as a halter to keep the dress up. You can also sew bra cups inside the dress to give more of a “cartoonish” look, since Jessica Rabbit was very voluptuous. Don't forget the purple gloves, purple eyeshadow, red lipstick and heels!
If all else fails, tap into your creative side, and you might even be able to come up with an even better idea for a Homemade Jessica Rabbit Costume!
This homemade female Roger Rabbit costume all started with a basic red romper. I replaced the original buttons with yellow ones and cuffed the bottom of the shorts. I found white & blue polka-dot fabric and painted in the white circles with yellow fabric paint. Using the modified fabric and yellow ribbon, my sister sewed up the bow-tie and included a clasp in the back for easy removal.
I purchased a set of plain bunny ears and added a tuft of cotton that I colored in with an orange marker. The yellow knit mittens were already a part of my wardrobe (Jessica Rabbit was not homemade, but made a nice accessory to my homemade Roger Rabbit costume!)
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I am obsessed with Jessica Rabbit (my name also being Jessica) so last year I came up with this Jessica Rabbit Costume.
I found the dress at a thrift store. It was used as a theater costume. I bought the wig at Ricky's in NYC. I found the gloves off of some woman's clothing website, and I got the red pumps online as well.
Threw on some blue contacts, and a little red lipstick, heavy smokey eyes, and there you have it, Jessica Rabbit.
The Homemade Jessica Rabbit Costume is made from Lycra fabric. The bra inserts are sewn into the top part as well as invisible elastic is used as a halter to provide support. Purple gloves to complete outfit.