My all-time favorite anime character is Arturia Saber from Fate/Stay Night and Fate/Zero. I took the opportunity to cosplay one of her simpler outfits, suit Saber from Fate/Zero. I managed to mess up and not be able to find any black gloves in the weeks preceding the con, but I was still overall happy with my cosplay. My next step in my love for Saber is to construct or commission an Excalibur.
|I was totally holding Excalibur. It was just cloaked in Wind King. Yep. Totally.|
Even though I was happy with what I grabbed from the dealer's room, I noticed that the number of dealers actually seemed much smaller than in previous years which was somewhat disappointing. Still, I managed to grab some good deals. I've been wanting miniature alpacas for a long while so I'm glad to finally scratch that itch. The beret, strawberry clip and wing clip are from Always In A Blue Moon. I actually somehow hadn't heard of this indie lolita brand before so I'm looking forward to when she's done being active on the con circuit and restocks her online shop. <3
|The parakoopa is the only thing my fiance wanted from the dealer's room and the Saber lanyard was a kind gift from a friend!|
I was exhausted after Saturday at the con, so I just sort of threw together my coordinate for Sunday. I really loved the results with so many soft browns, and I was really pleased with how nicely the twin tail wig accented my face especially in the close up of my face. I was also happy that I'm slowly learning to do my makeup better. <3
We had a small lolita meetup at the con that primarily consisted of standing around, chit chatting and taking photos. I'm sad that Kami-Con hasn't had an official lolita tea party on its roster for the last two years, so I hope they add one on Sunday for the next time!
|Dress: Bodyline l445|
Tights: The Snow Field Nostalgia Series Tights
Boots: Rack Room Shoes
Earrings, bracelet: Forever 21
Seeing the voices actors of Sailor Moon, Sailor Jupiter, Sailor Mars, and Tuxedo Mask was what really made the con a special experience for me. On Saturday night, I attended the evening Q&A panel featuring Linda Ballantyne, Toby Proctor, Katie Griffin, and Susan Roman who composed a good portion of the voices of my childhood. I unfortunately had nothing for them to sign in the subsequent autograph session and the line filled up way to quickly for me to get into a decent spot.
|Seriously, these voice actors were amazing to listen to and hear their banter.|
|My poster safely back over the bed. <3|
And, that's a wrap up of the main portions of my Kami-Con experience. Did you attend Kami-Con this year? What were your favorite parts of the con?