If you’re looking for the perfect quirky costume, dress up as Deb Bradshaw from the hit film Napoleon Dynamite. Deb loves taking pictures of people as a part of her glamour shot business, and she’s always trying to sell her handicrafts. She’s good friends with Napoleon and Pedro, and she helped Pedro during his run for class president.
All you need to pull off the perfect Deb Bradshaw costume is a Devon & Jones pink stretch jersey polo, pink Everest signature waist pack, Goody Ouchless Ponytailers, American Apparel pencil stone wash indigo jeans, and a pair of PhiFA leather bow-knot loafers. You can also easily put together a handicraft kit using a Creative Options 2-tray craft box, some assorted woven bracelets, a Pepperell S’getti Strings jewelry making kit, and an ‘80s bracelet set.
Cosplay as Deb Bradshaw at your next convention and you can be just like the quirkiest girl in Preston, Idaho. With your pink jersey polo, blue jeans, and side ponytail, everyone will recognize you as the oddball jewelry maker that won the hearts of Napoleon Dynamite and Pedro Sanchez. The best part? You get to wear a fanny pack – they’re stylish AND convenient.
Totally embrace Deb’s weirdness by showing up to your convention with some fun handicrafts. You’ll just need a craft box, jewelry making kit, and ‘80s bracelet set. Oh, and don’t forget to wear Deb’s signature bow-knot loafers. Check out these dynamite Deb cosplayers to get some inspiration for your costume.
Deb Bradshaw is an awkward teenage girl that runs her own glamour shot business in Preston, Idaho. She’s not a particularly pleasant person to be around (she always speaks in a boring, monotone voice), and she’s quite unpopular at school. Deb sells handicrafts on top of running her own business so that she can pay for college. Deb is good friends with Napoleon Dynamite and Pedro Sanchez, although the three friends got off to a rocky start when they first met.
Deb is a kind person who enjoys helping others. When Pedro shaved off all of his hair, it was Deb that saved the day by gifting him a wig. She doesn’t take kindly to offensive criticisms, and when Napoleon’s uncle suggested she augment her body to make her prettier, Deb abruptly stopped speaking to Napoleon. Despite the drama of the school year, Deb remains friends with Napoleon and Pedro.