Noodles and Beef

Wearing my antlers at the office today because nobody is here.

I’ll just put this photo of alpha wearing a Santa cap right here.

So, I am always in love with your Christmas reindeer outfit, and I decided to get  picture of my kangaroo fursona in a similar outfit.

This was done by bgn on furaffinity.

I love it :D  The resemblance is perfect, does this mean you’re cosplaying me?

velvetmonstrosity asks:
Apologies if someone has asked already, I did check the back catalogue of questions just to be sure...Buut, where on earth did you come by the brown leather harness and bicep bands for your reindeer shoot? They are gorgeous, and you look stunning in them.

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I don’t think I answered that yet.  Anyway, here’s the breakdown for my XXXmas costume:

  • The antlers I bought on ebay for $14.  They’re “calling antlers,” I guess they’re struck together to imitate the sound of bucks clashing their antlers.  I used electrical tape to attach them to a $1 plastic hairband I bought from Clairs.  
  • The “ears” are actually the part of the horn that attaches to the skull…just so happens to look like ears.
  • Leather collar and arm bands are custom, commissioned at Mr S Leather to match the harness.
  • The oversized bell attached to my collar is from a random hardware store that was selling xmas stuff.  I think the bell cost, like, 50-cents.
  • The harness is the Mr S Bulldog harness.  They offer it in, like, 12 colours of leather.  I originally had one in black leather, but the tan is much more flattering for my skin colour.
  • The chaps were borrowed from my step mom, who requested I break them in at the dance party.  They’re gorgeous.  Besides matching the tan leather of my harness, collar, and arm bands, the chaps are adorned with beautiful leather moulding, I wish I could’ve kept them.
  • I found the boots at Worn Out West, a leather/bdsm consignment store in San Francisco.  They are pretty close to the tan leather.

This was one of my more elaborate costumes, but I’m pretty proud of it.  Hope that helps :D

velvetmonstrosity asks:
Apologies if someone has asked already, I did check the back catalogue of questions just to be sure...Buut, where on earth did you come by the brown leather harness and bicep bands for your reindeer shoot? They are gorgeous, and you look stunning in them.

image

I don’t think I answered that yet.  Anyway, here’s the breakdown for my XXXmas costume:

  • The antlers I bought on ebay for $14.  They’re “calling antlers,” I guess they’re struck together to imitate the sound of bucks clashing their antlers.  I used electrical tape to attach them to a $1 plastic hairband I bought from Clairs.  
  • The “ears” are actually the part of the horn that attaches to the skull…just so happens to look like ears.
  • Leather collar and arm bands are custom, commissioned at Mr S Leather to match the harness.
  • The oversized bell attached to my collar is from a random hardware store that was selling xmas stuff.  I think the bell cost, like, 50-cents.
  • The harness is the Mr S Bulldog harness.  They offer it in, like, 12 colours of leather.  I originally had one in black leather, but the tan is much more flattering for my skin colour.
  • The chaps were borrowed from my step mom, who requested I break them in at the dance party.  They’re gorgeous.  Besides matching the tan leather of my harness, collar, and arm bands, the chaps are adorned with beautiful leather moulding, I wish I could’ve kept them.
  • I found the boots at Worn Out West, a leather/bdsm consignment store in San Francisco.  They are pretty close to the tan leather.

This was one of my more elaborate costumes, but I’m pretty proud of it.  Hope that helps :D