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Best Fear Costume Guide
One of the five emotions staring Pixar’s Inside Out, Fear is constantly on the lookout for potential disasters to keep Riley Andersen safe. He’s joined by fellow emotions Joy, Sadness, Anger, and Disgust. Voiced by Bill Hader, Fear finds very few activities to not be dangerous or life-threatening. Dress up just like Riley’s fearful emotion with a Stripe Broadcloth Shirt, Houndstooth V-Neck Sweater Vest, Stripe Dress Pants, Dillon Slip-On Shoes, and a Baron Solid To-Be-Tied Bowtie. Make the transformation complete with Sports Fan Face Paint, Chenille Stems, and Moisture Enhancing Overnight Gloves.
Fear Cosplay Costumes
Fear happens to be one of the five emotions from the popular Pixar movie, Inside Out, but Fear plays a pretty big role in the movie. He finds the majority of activities to be dangerous and life-threatening and his fear influences the main character in her decisions.
Fear would be a great costume to cosplay as if you and your friends want a group costume. They could dress up as Disgust, Anger, Sadness, and Joy alongside you and if you do happen to do a group costume like that, we’d love to see it so we can display your costume on our website!
The things you’ll need to create a Fear costume are a striped broadcloth shirt, a houndstooth v-neck sweater vest, a solid purple bowtie, stripe dress pants, purple chenille stems to create your antennae, purple face paint, purple gloves and black slip-on shoes.
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Fear Costume Tips & FAQs
Embrace the essence of caution and apprehension with our Fear costume guide FAQ, inspired by the character from Disney-Pixar’s “Inside Out.” Perfect for fans looking to embody Fear’s neurotic yet endearing personality, this guide will help you recreate his distinct look, capturing his role as one of the key emotions within Riley’s mind.
Fear's outfit in "Inside Out" is simple yet distinctive. He is depicted as a slender, tall figure with a purple complexion. Fear wears a houndstooth-patterned sweater vest over a white long-sleeve dress shirt, paired with dark trousers and a bow tie. His large, round eyes and elongated eyebrows are significant facial features. Fear also has a few strands of hair on his head. To capture his essence, you should also aim to convey his nervous and jittery body language.
To replicate Fear's purple complexion, use safe, non-toxic face paint or makeup. For his large eyes, consider using glasses with oversized round frames. You can use makeup to accentuate your eyebrows and make them appear longer and more expressive. A few strands of hair can be achieved with a bald cap and attaching some sparse hair strands or using makeup to draw them on.
Fear's clothing includes a white long-sleeve dress shirt, a houndstooth-patterned sweater vest, dark pants, and a bow tie. These items can typically be found in a wardrobe or at a clothing store. The bow tie should be a simple, solid color like black or dark blue.
To fully embody Fear's character, focus on his nervous and cautious mannerisms. He often has a panicked expression and a skittish posture. Mimicking a fearful or worried expression and incorporating anxious movements can enhance the authenticity of your costume.
Including some of Fear's quotes can make your costume portrayal more engaging: "All right! We did not die today, I call that an unqualified success.," "I regret everything!," "I keep track of all the possible negative outcomes.," "Let’s review the top five daydreams." and "This is the circle of sadness. Your job is to keep sadness inside of it." These quotes capture Fear's anxious nature, his tendency to anticipate the worst, and his humorous yet relatable approach to dealing with life's uncertainties.
When Sadness was created in Riley’s mind, Fear followed her soon afterward. Riley as a child came across a plug as a child and so to help her avoid tripping over it, Fear was created in order to warn her. Fear’s job is to basically keep Riley safe. He watches out and observes everything as he assumes almost everything is a threat to her so he stays on guard.
Fear is an anxious emotion and worries over almost everything hence his name. He has quite the biggest job as he has to watch over Riley’s every move to make sure her well-being is okay and that in turns stresses him out even more. When other emotions try to take a dominate role, Fear is usually the voice of reason to try and keep them from creating any risky behaviors that may harm Riley in the long run.