How to Dress Like Anger

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Best Anger Costume Guide

From the hit Pixar/Disney movie Inside Out, Anger is one of the five emotions inside the mind of Riley Andersen. Anger, voiced by Lewis Black, has a fiery attitude and tends to explode when things don’t go as planned. Create an outburst at your next costume party with Anger’s look. Start with a White Poplin Dress Shirt, a Red and Silver Striped Tie, Brown Leather Bridle Belt, Brown Pleated Front Slacks, and Brown Moc Toe Slip Ons. Get heated up like Anger with a Goku Cosplay Wig, Classic Red Face Paint, Under Armour Red Compression Sleeve Shirt, and Red Gloves.

Anger Cosplay Costumes

In 2015, Disney released the movie “Inside Out,” a heartwarming coming-of-age story centered around a little girl named Riley. What made “Inside Out” unique was its portrayal of Riley’s thoughts – each of Riley’s emotions was personified by a character that “lived” in Riley’s head. Each emotion could easily be cosplayed, including the character Anger. Anger is easily recognizable by his red skin, which can be achieved with a red shirt, gloves, and face paint. Anger also wears a white dress shirt, slacks, and a tie. Make your costume a group effort by getting your friends to join in as the other emotions in Riley’s head: Joy, Fear, Sadness, and Disgust.

Anger Costume Tips & FAQs

Channel the fiery spirit of raw emotion with our Anger costume guide FAQ, inspired by the character from Disney-Pixar’s “Inside Out.” Perfect for fans looking to embody Anger’s blunt honesty and combustible nature, this guide will help you recreate his distinctive look, complete with his business attire and ever-present scowl.

Anger's outfit in "Inside Out" is simple yet iconic. The primary components include a white dress shirt, a red tie, and brown slacks. Anger is depicted as a small, square-shaped character with a red complexion. He has thick, black eyebrows that are almost always furrowed in frustration or anger. To capture his essence, you should also aim to convey his rigid posture and abrupt gestures.

To replicate Anger's red complexion, use safe, non-toxic red face paint or makeup. For his thick, black eyebrows, you can use makeup to draw them on, emphasizing a scowling expression. If you're able to, mimic his stern facial expressions and intense scowl.

Anger's clothing includes a simple white dress shirt, a red tie, and brown slacks. These items can typically be found in a standard wardrobe or easily sourced from a clothing store. As for footwear, simple black shoes will complement the outfit.

To fully embody Anger's character, focus on his straight-backed, stiff posture and his quick, abrupt movements. He often has an explosive temper, so mimicking a strong, commanding voice and fiery expressions can enhance the authenticity of your costume.

Including some of Anger's quotes can make your costume portrayal more engaging: "Congratulations San Francisco, you've ruined pizza! First the Hawaiians, and now YOU!," "Oh, I'll show you attitude, old man!," "Can I say that curse word now?," "This is a joke, right? We don't want to get too happy now, do we?" and "Don't touch me!." These quotes capture Anger's hot-headed nature, his frustration with the world around him, and his role as one of the key emotions in controlling Riley's reactions.

About Anger

Although Anger usually has Riley’s best interests at heart, he’s often impulsive and quick to lash out. Anger tries to make sure Riley easily fairly, but he explodes if things don’t go according to plan, most notably when Riley and her parents move across the country. Anger can be impatient and often feels the only way to be heard is to yell. In the movie “Inside Out,” it’s Anger’s idea that drives Riley to run away from home and go back to Minnesota. However, Anger comes to realize that his plan was a bad one, and he ends up working with the other emotions to make sure Riley is safe and happy again.


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