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Best Anne Wheeler Halloween Costume Guide
Anne Wheeler is a fictional character from the famous movie, The Greatest Showman. The film is an original musical inspired by P. T. Barnum’s s life and the circus troupe he created. It takes unwanted and shunned members of society and gives them a platform to use their voices. Anne Wheeler is a trapeze artist. People turn their nose up at her and her brother because of the color of their skin. These experiences have shaped Anne into a soft-spoken and introverted person who keeps her head down.
While on stage, however, her confidence shines through as she flies through the air. Take a leap of faith dressed as Anne Wheeler with a Sleeveless V-Neck High Cut Leotard, Cut Half Cloak, Armband, Pink Wristband, Tights, Pink Wig, Hula Hooper, Body Gem Stones Stickers, and Silver Shoes.
Anne Wheeler Cosplay Costumes
Anne Wheeler’s character in the movie, The Greatest Showman, is looked down upon because of her heritage and skin color. For her, it sticks out everywhere she goes. All the scowls and judgment she gets from others are never-ending. Her performance outfit is a way of symbolizing this, while also boosting her confidence. Her bright purple leotard and pink wig are bold and hard to miss in a crowd. Her outfit is unforgettable.
Anne’s look isn’t memorable for just the color, but because it’s matched with impressive talents. She can easily make her trapeze act look elegant and straightforward, which is not as easy as it sounds. Of course, Anne’s outfit needs the spotlight! Perform alongside other circus ‘freaks’ like W. D. Wheeler, Lettie Lutz, Tom Thumb, Phillip Carlyle and, of course, P. T. Barnum. You’re bound to fill the seats with a costume like this!
About Anne Wheeler
Anne Wheeler is a trapeze artist in the 2017 movie, The Greatest Showman. Played by Zendaya, Anne is part of P. T. Barnum’s circus troupe of “freaks.” All her life, she’s had to live with racism and discrimination. Even though she’s an incredibly talented acrobat, people have never looked past her skin color. Barnum’s circus group allows Anne to use her talents to perform
After some time in the circus troupe, Phillip Carlyle begins to take an interest in her. Anne cannot believe that Phillip feels she’s beautiful and believes their love could never be. Her fears come true when Phillips parents see them in public together, and it causes an immediate rift between them. Anne soon learns to let go of her fears and take a chance. There’s no point waiting for society’s approval when they’ve already tossed her aside, so she has to start using her voice to make an impact.