So remember the Mirai cosplay test sewing?

That version was made for M-bust, and not 100% fine tuned, so when I got the L-bust for my Yukino Mirai chan, I made another version for L-bust and included more details of the actual Mirai Seifuku (school uniform) as kindly commissioned by who else but the actual owner of Mirai Suenaga ^O^!

The final version has reached Danny safely — thank you for commissioning me to make it, it’s a pleasure and an honour!

Full view of the set as seen below, which includes blouse, skirt (with the underskirt attached), socks and skin colour pantyhose to protect against any possible staining on the body (can be used with other dark coloured outfit or socks).

I bought a couple of small white hair clips to make the “cross” clips the actual Mirai Suenaga has ^^/ (since I can’t make them ^^;)

The blouse closes in front and is fastened with dolly velcro — which is less likely to snag at fabric and hair than regular velcro. The skirt is fastened by clear snaps at the back.

Huhu… need to find time to make another set for myself to keep :P And maybe a regular blue and white seifuku huhu!

So many things to make, so little time ^^; Depending on detail of the outfit, making something like this took a few hour for blouse and skirt. Pattern making also took some hours as well. And usually the first run of the sewing is not perfect. The blouse is more complicated to make than the skirt. The fastest items to make was the socks ^^;

Shoes, wig, Yukino Dollfie Dream and L bust not included (LOL)

Nice figure desu^^;

Mirai and friends! A photo to demonstrate the scale between Dollfie Dream, Mamachapp and Figma ^^/!

Thanks for looking! :)

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24 Responses to Mirai Suenaga Cosplay completed!

  1. chun says:

    @DemonickAngel thank you :D

  2. DemonickAngel says:

    wow it looks good.

  3. […] As promised, here it is! A photographic documentation of the making of the Mirai Seifuku ^^! […]

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