Alright trans, nb, cosplying, etc. friends! I don’t know when/if you will need to use this, but here is a little tutorial i made on how to shorten/hem a chest binder. I’m super happy with the way it turned out and i really hope SOMEONE can use it at some point. a few extra points:Please, please, please do not bind for more than 8-12 hours! I know you might feel like shit about yourself but it’s very bad for you and I really don’t want you to get hurt.Try wearing a tank top under your binder! It might feel gross or uncomfortable at first but it can reduce chafing and make the whole experience easier to deal with. If the cut off binder makes your stomach look weird from the transition of binder to skin, wear a tank top over it and it practically disappears. I may be making another binder out of the bottom part if there’s enough material, and if you want another tutorial for that please let me know!
This is my first tutorial and i’m totally open to any suggestions/critcism. Please like or reblog if you’re planning on using this.
Message me with any questions/concerns, and thank you for reading!
BASICALLY I bought a blazer for my Lexi cosplay as it looked so similar to the one in the show and then @stuckinmystory told me it looked like Clara’s blazer from Hide so I googled it and it turns out that I bought the SA Hide blazer which is apparently super rare for a ridiculously good price.
And here we have some gifs in character and some not quite so in character (celebratory dancing) any excuse to make a gif
This is my favorite pic/moment from Katsu, hands down. I had given Michelle a drawing of Crow and Raven earlier in the day and wrote a note on the back saying how much Ava’s Demon means to me, with my friend who added a little funny note below mine, and she said she loved the art and would read the note later. So later in the evening my friend and I went back to the Dealer’s Room she got right up from her booth and gave me a big hug because she read my note, hugged my friend too, and took pictures with us!! I am so happy to be a part of the AD fandom and that I met the author too, Michelle is seriously the best, kindest person.