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Best Louise Belcher Costume Guide
Louise Belcher is the youngest child of Bob and Linda Belcher in FOX animated series, Bob’s Burgers. Unlike her older sister Tina, Louise is outgoing and resourceful. Even at the young age 9, she displays a confidence and problem-solving ability beyond her years. Although she can often put her intelligence to use when helping out her family, she also loves to cause trouble and conflict for amusement. Louise is known for her pink bunny ears hat, which she is hardly ever seen without. She is known for saying witty and sarcastic remarks at the most inappropriate times. Get the look of the young prankster with this Louise Belcher costume guide.
If you want to cosplay Louise Belcher, the youngest child from Bob’s Burgers, Louise, you’ll first need a Black Wig, Cotton V-Neck Dress, Louise Bunny Ear Beanie Hat, and Women’s Mary Jane Shoes.
Louise Belcher Cosplay Costumes
Everyone loves a mischievous character, right? Well you’ve definitely found one in the youngest Belcher sibling, Louise. While being a trouble-maker doesn’t necessarily make her a valuable helper at the family restaurant, her trademark pink bunny ears does make her a great cosplay character. Her outfit is pretty basic and it is likely that you can find most of her costume in your closet, except maybe the bunny ears and black wig.
With so many cool characters in one family, why not get a group of friends together and attend your next event as Bob’s Burgers characters? You could find some friends to dress as Mr. Fond, Gene Belcher, Aunt Gayle, Bob Belcher, Linda Belcher, Tina Belcher, or even Beefsquatch. We’ve got all the Bob’s Burgers characters here on Costume Wall.
About Louise Belcher
Louise Belcher is the youngest child of Linda and Bob Belcher and is voiced by Kristen Schaal on FOX’s popular animated series Bob’s Burgers. The cunning, manipulative, and highly intelligent 9-year-old is a fan favorite for her witty remarks and love of money. She is almost always seen with her familiar pink bunny ears and was distraught when she lost them to a classmate at school. This incident gave us a view of her softer, more vulnerable side.
Louise has a high intelligence which gives her ample opportunities to manipulate members of her own family and cause conflicts among others–something she often does for her own amusement. Another one of her traits is her lack of guilt when doing something wrong. This is often a sign of an anti-social disorder–something this mischievous 9-year-old very likely has!