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SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Poison Ivy cosplay

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SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Poison Ivy cosplay

Have you spotted these Poison Ivys?

Poison Ivy is always a staple of conventions across the world and yet they can all be so different! The coolest part of Poison Ivy cosplay is how creative cosplayers get with the flora and fauna. Here are three we spotted.

Cosplay pictures posted with permission.

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SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Poison Ivy cosplay

This cosplay, by Kaija Harris is by far the leafiest we’ve seen. The contacts are also a very nice touch! You can find more of Harris’ cosplay @kaija.harris on Instagram.

SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Poison Ivy cosplay

Our second cosplayer nailed the red hair and the leafy bottom and top are thorough!

SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Poison Ivy cosplay

The last of the three Poison Ivy cosplay is all body paint. The rose is a nice touch. By face and body paint costume designer Brigitte Berlin, @brigitteberlinmua on Instagram.

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