The women of fighting games come in so many different looks and designs, and it takes a real talent to bring them into the real world and keep their unique appeals.
Caytie Cosplay is one such rare talent who’s recently decided to jump back into the worlds of Street Fighter, Tekken and Marvel vs. Capcom with her projects that she’s been showing off.
Chun-Li’s Outfit 3 addition to Street Fighter 6 has been a pretty big hit among the fan base, and it’s more practical nature makes it a great fit to turn into a cosplay too.
Caytie has the first full cosplay for this more casual yet fashionable attire (that I can recall at least), and she really knocked it out of the park.
She’s already done multiple versions of Chun in the past and looked fantastic in them all, but this one may end up becoming a new favorite.
The only problem is since she’s only posted a couple of photos / videos to her social media, we’re left wanting to see more in action.
I think I’ve accepted “Aunty Chun-Li” as my alter ego pic.twitter.com/NAfb4JAZjO
— Caytie Cosplay (@caytiecosplay) February 10, 2024
Aunty Chun Li showing off her new outfit pic.twitter.com/eor8MM0dwy
— Caytie Cosplay (@caytiecosplay) February 9, 2024
Moving on to another strong woman of justice, Caytie’s Jun Kazama looks absolutely stunning in terms of detail and capturing her rather complex new design in Tekken 8.
Her dress has all of the major enbroidery and patterns while flowing beautifully, and we don’t say it often enough but her wig work is exceptional as well.
Again, we just wish there was more for Jun, but we’re sure more will be coming.
And then finally, Caytie showed off her Psylocke from X-Men, and she definitely knows what she’s doing there.
While her posing is obviously spot on, we also just have to point out how great the black leotard, sash and accessories look along with another beautiful wig setup from Caytie.
If you enjoyed these, there’s even more fantastic fighting game and other video game cosplay and projects to be found on Caytie Cosplay’s X/Twitter and Instagram pages.