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Best Lucy Van Pelt Costume Guide
Lucy van Pelt made her first appearance in the Peanuts comic strip in 1952 drawn by Charles M. Schulz. Lucy was first introduced on the comic strip as a bawling baby but quickly grew up to be the same age as the other Peanuts in the gang. Lucy is bossy and known for bullying other characters like Linus van Pelt, her younger brother, and Charlie Brown. Get the look of the crabby character with this Lucy van Pelt costume guide.
Get the same look as Lucy with a Black Flip Out Wig, Light Blue Vintage Dress, Sky Blue Crew Socks, and a pair of White/Black Saddle Shoes. You will also need a Wilson Sticky Grip Football to pull the football out from under Charlie Brown when he isn’t expecting it!
Lucy Van Pelt Cosplay Costumes
Cosplaying as a group is always fun, and if you’re looking to go as one of the Peanut crew then follow this Lucy Van Pelt costume guide is a great option! This guide has all of the pieces you need to keep it easy to recreate. You may already some of the costume items in your closet, which makes this costume that much more practical. Here’s how to look just like Lucy Van Pelt!
Recreate the costume with a short black flip out wig. Throw on a light blue vintage style dress because that’s what Lucy is always wearing. Grab a pair of blue socks that closely match the color of the dress and lace up a pair of white and black saddle shoes. Lucy has a tendency to joke around and pull out a football from under Charlie Brown’s feet, so be sure to bring one along if you have a friend that dresses up like Charlie Brown! Send us a quick picture of your look to get it posted in the cosplay gallery!
About Lucy Van Pelt
When you think of Lucy Van Pelt from the Peanuts comic strip, one word comes to mind—bossy! This girl knows what she wants and she has no problem telling anyone exactly how she’s going to get it. Lucy is the older sister of Linus Van Pelt and Rerun. Since Lucy is such a bully, she thinks she knows everything. Lucy was often seen in her psychiatrist booth that she set up for anyone that wanted advice. Her advice isn’t the greatest and it costs a nickel too!
Even though Lucy is one to give advice, she isn’t one who takes it very well. Even the smallest comments can hurt her self-esteem very easily. She needs approval from Charlie Brown and Schroeder, who she is in love with. Lucy’s vanity is comical, which is why she is one of the funniest characters to appear in the Peanuts comic strip created by Charles M. Schulz.