Its description reads, "After two decades, the poor girl finally got her bike back-- and then very quickly lost it. Speaking of Misty's bike, did you know that she actually got it back? So maybe Misty isn't great with all water types. And she was portrayed as older. Naturally, the story has no bearing on the official anime. Which would be fine, if that wasn't her entire brand. So Misty, the proud leader of a water gym, lost her parents to the very same gym she defends.
The belt is also a nice touch, showing that even when she's looking fine, Misty is ready to battle. Do not try to cut it perfectly, because you will not manage to obtain this performance unless you are experienced with this; do not worry, you are going to sew a hem for the shirt at the end anyway. Once you are conducting cosplay and you think about dressing like Misty, the very first thing you should do is creating your own cosplaying outfit. She's even got that suspender tug going on.
Where she wasn't quite as grown-up. Although I do wonder if her shorts are actually that short, or if she's pulling them up with her suspenders. She actually slapped Ash in the face many times throughout their journey, but the smacks were removed in the English version of the show. Her expression and pose go a long way to really selling the illusion of the cosplay. Oddly enough, this also seems to be something that the writers planned for.
However, people remember her mostly during her debut in the original Pokemon series, wearing her unique outfit. Share Tweet Comment. Speaking of accuracy and lack thereof , Misty is actually a fairly accurate localization of her Japanese name. The basics of Decora are bright colors, many layers, and textures. I thought this would be a nice contrast to the typically revealing photos cosplayers tend to take of Misty. For all the hooplah about her outfit, we forget that she's actually a darn good trainer. They've weaponized nostalgia, are taking aim at our feeds, and Misty is their ammo.