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Pegasus Costumes for People

Updated on December 9, 2017

Combining both an equine figure and avian wings, a pegasus costume presents considerable logistical challenges. Here are some examples of people who rose to the challenge! More examples will be found as I locate them. Please feel free to send in links if you would like your own costume included.

Stage Costumes

The most extravagant and unusual costumes are those created for the stage plays or art projects. While impractical for personal costume they ca be a great source of artistic inspiration. For example see the Pegasus model created by Michael Curry for the Flight Museum. Another outlandish option is to use a giant inflatable pegasus as a costume.

Celebrities

Aubrey O'Day donned a mystical pegasus costume for the 2016 MAXIM Magazie Halloween party. Taylor Swift wore a more dressed down version in 2014 (see below).

Fursuits

Used in role-play and for convention-wear, fursuits represent the state of the art in costume design. They generally represent the animal anthropomorphically--with a human body by animal head, coat and extremities. for example:

Source

Man's Costume

Woman's Costumes

  • Mystic Crewe of Pegasus (2009)
  • Pretty pegasus (undated)--This commercial costume is one of the more unusual I have seen referred to as a pegasus costume. perhaps 'My Little Pony' inspired? The butterfly wings don't really fit most people's ideas of a flying horse.
  • Sexy pegasus (undated)

Child's Costume

Pegasus Rider Costumes

It is no simple thing to create a costume that produces the illusion of a rider on a pegasus without resorting to a comic/child's costume model. But here are a few interesting examples.

Costumes for Horses

Pegasus costumes for horses and/or ponies are made by: WishPony. See also:

Source

Costumes for other Animals

* Asterisked costumes have both wings and unicorn horn.

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