The God of Lies, better known as Loki, is one of the most fearsome villains in the Marvel Universe but also one of the most fun villains to dress up as for Halloween or cosplay. As a trickster god, wearing a Loki costume will let you create the mischief that you’ve always wanted to.
The mischievous Loki is the son of the King of the Ice Giants but is kept hidden by his father due to his small stature. During the war between the Asgardians with the Giants, Odin assaults the Giant King’s castle, killing him in combat and in which the hidden little baby is found. Odin decides to take him away and raise him as his own son.
Born into a world of magic and science Loki is skilled in all arts, he is probably the most skilled sorcerer in Asgard and perhaps of the 9 worlds, second only to Odin.
Loki’s abilities and resources are unlimited and the powers that the god of deception wields are diverse. Among the powers and abilities of this villain is super strength. Loki is an expert sorcerer having the ability to generate and control mystical abilities for a wide range of purposes, including shapeshifting, telekinesis and invisibility.
His outfit is loaded with interesting details which you can easily make with accessories and materials you find at home. Loki has an instantly recognizable look which is not too difficult to recreate with the right costume pieces and a little creativity.
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Loki Costume Ideas
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One of the most distinctive aspects of Loki’s appearance is his long, flowing black hair. If you don’t currently have the appropriate length or color of hair, you can easily capture the look by purchasing a long black wig.
If you don’t have an exact replica of his suit, you can simply wear a black leather jacket with some black leather pants to get close to the look. By adding the rest of the costume accessories, most people won’t recognize a difference.
Loki wears a green cloak over his shoulders. This is a crucial aspect of the costume, so make sure to grab this item. If you would prefer to make it yourself, try getting a green bedsheet and cutting it to size.
Another option is to use a green or black overcoat instead of the cape, you have the option to play with these accessories since the character allows you to use these options.
Loki’s helmet has long golden horns affixed to a headpiece with green elements. You can either purchase an authentic version of this helmet at a cosplay store online, or make your own using materials such as paper mache or foam. You can even find templates to help you in this process using the Pepakura app to make the helmet in the likeness of the real one and properly represent the God of Lies.
Loki wears large leather black boots. If you don’t have high quality replicas, you could actually opt for using a pair of rain boots and using craft paint to add on some distinctive elements from Loki’s boots.
A Loki costume wouldn’t be complete without his scepter. It is powered by the mysterious Tesseract Cube and packs quite a punch. You can try to recreate this prop with EVA foam or 3D printing, or buy one a complete Loki scepter replica online.
With a Loki costume, you can create a simple replica or go for the more elaborate authentic look, but either way you will have a blast using his sarcastic wit and tricks at your next costume event.