OK, Jessica (my 14 year old) wants to dress as the character "River" from Firefly/Serenity for InConJunction this year. I have one week to come up with a dress for her. However, I'm not a fan of the show, so I can only get sketchy pictures of what she looks like from Google Image.

Jess said something about a plain, dark colored dress, either long or short-sleeved, but from the pictures I've seen it seems to be slightly more involved than that.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I can help her put together, for not very much money or in not a very complicated fashion?

I really want to help her out, she thoroughly enjoys the masquerade & wearing a hall costume; I was expecting her to go with a character from the anime she likes (Naruto) but she picked this instead, I believe thinking it would be easier.

TIA for any help anyone can give.

EDIT: Would a deep forest green flowy dress with short cap sleeves work? I also found a sleeveless black knit tank dress.

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I'm still putting together all my thoughts, etc. from InCon this year; everyone else has posted, I know, but I'm not quite there yet. I will, I promise, but I just haven't gotten around to it yet.

Please be patient. Thank you for your indulgence.
[livejournal.com profile] cadhla, a friend of mine (and a fabulous musician) posted a list of rules for any con suite in her journal. I recommend people read them, as well as the comments since there are...addenda. ;)

Con Suite
How much space at a convention do you actually *need* to run a LARP (of any flavor)? Do you need actually need a room for this, or is setting up with a common "point" for people to come back to the storyteller enough?

We're planning for the convention since our hotel footprint is reduced - we don't want to cut out the LARPers, but we (Tony & I) simply don't know what's involved.




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