How to Dress Like Jessica Rabbit

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Jessica Rabbit Dress
Long Purple Gloves
Red Lipstick
Toy Microphone
Long Red Hair Wig
Purple Eye Shadow
Gold Ball Earrings
Red High Heel Shoes

Best Jessica Rabbit Costume Guide

Jessica Rabbit is a critical character in the 1988 live action animated film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Jessica, voiced by Kathleen Turner, is one of the cartoon characters who co-exist with humans in the movie. The plot of the film centers around Jessica Rabbit being rumored to have had an affair with businessman Marvin Acme. The head of the Maroon Cartoon Studios is concerned because it could affect the performance of one of his biggest stars, Roger Rabbit–Jessica’s husband. When Marvin Acme is discovered dead, the finger is pointed at Roger Rabbit. With the help of private investigator Eddie Valiant, Jessica must prove her husband’s innocence. Get the look of the star-studded animated singer with this Jessica Rabbit costume guide.

If you ready to dress up like the sexy cartoon singer Jessica Rabbit, you’ll need to dress up in a Jessica Rabbit Dress, Long Purple Gloves, Red High Heel Shoes, Gold Ball Earrings, and Long Red Hair Wig. Put on the characteristic Purple Eyeshadow and Red Lipstick, then grab your Toy Microphone to sing.

Jessica Rabbit Cosplay Costumes

Back when the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit was first released, the character of Jessica Rabbit was criticized by some for being too sexy as a cartoon character. Even today, we probably haven’t seen another animated character who embodies the hourglass figure, full lips, and sultry demeanor quite like Jessica Rabbit. While there will always be critics of this character, one thing is for sure. Jessica has always been a favorite character to cosplay.

If you don’t want to attend an event dressed as Jessica Rabbit on your own, we suggest you find a friend to dress as Roger Rabbit, private investigator Eddie Valiant, or even Marvin Acme. The combination of cartoon and human actors in this movie broke new ground back in 1988, and it certainly brings with it a huge range of cosplay options for you today!

Jessica Rabbit Costume Tips & FAQs

Step into the glamorous and sultry world of Jessica Rabbit, the iconic character from “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” with our detailed costume guide FAQ. Ideal for fans of classic animation and noir aesthetics, this guide is designed to help you capture Jessica Rabbit’s alluring and unforgettable style, perfect for cosplay events, costume parties, or film-themed gatherings.

Jessica Rabbit is renowned for her striking and glamorous look. The centerpiece of her costume is a shimmering red sequin gown with a sweetheart neckline and a high thigh slit. The dress is often accessorized with long purple gloves that reach past the elbow, red high heels, and gold stud earrings. Her bold, seductive style is a standout in any setting.

Jessica Rabbit's hair is as iconic as her dress, styled in long, flowing, side-swept waves, with a deep rich auburn or burgundy hue. A wig styled in this manner is ideal for achieving her look. Her makeup features a smoky eye with purple or blue eyeshadow, bold red lipstick, and defined arched eyebrows, encapsulating her dramatic and alluring appearance.

The dress should be a deep, sparkly red, fitted to accentuate curves, with a plunging sweetheart neckline and a daring thigh-high slit on one side. The fabric should ideally be a sequined or glittery material to capture her show-stopping presence. Ensuring the dress is both glamorous and form-fitting is key to an authentic Jessica Rabbit look.

In addition to her purple gloves and gold earrings, consider adding a faux fur stole or shawl in a complementary color like white or purple for an extra touch of Hollywood glamour. A small glittery clutch or evening bag can also add to the sophistication of the outfit.

Jessica Rabbit is known for her sultry voice and confident demeanor. Including her famous line, "I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way," can bring authenticity to your portrayal. Emphasizing her confident walk and glamorous poise will capture the essence of her character.

About Jessica Rabbit

Jessica Rabbit is a significant character in the 1988 film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. She is married to fellow comic-strip star, Roger Rabbit. However, the head of Maroon Cartoon Studios believes she is having an affair with the local businessman, Marvin Acme. Worried about what this revelation could do to his star, Roger Rabbit, he encourages Roger to leave Jessica when photos appear to confirm the affair between Acme and the sultry lounge singer, Jessica Rabbit.

When Marvin Acme turns up dead, and Roger is blamed, Jessica confirms she was forced to be in the photos as blackmail. Now, she must work together with PI Eddie Valiant to clear her husband’s name, all the while trying to evade Judge Doom who has developed a toxic substance that can kill cartoons.  When she and Roger are captured, it is up to Eddie Valiant to save them and the rest of Toontown from the treacherous plans of Judge Doom.

Jessica Rabbit

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