We recently took notice of Serinideirl’s Instagram page. She’s already cosplayed as several female characters that hail from Capcom fighting games.
One of the characters that Serinideirl has cosplayed as is Cammy White from the Street Fighter series. It requires a certain boldness for someone to want to cosplay as Cammy due to her wearing a green thong leotard.
Serinideirl’s Cammy cosplay is clearly based on how the character appears in Street Fighter 5 rather than Street Fighter 2 and Street Fighter 4. It can be observed that straps and gun holsters are wrapped around Cammy’s leotard and thigh with this appearance.
Funnily enough, the decision to have Cammy holstering a gun like this is based on one of Cammy’s earliest designs that was eventually scrapped. Regardless, Cammy doesn’t actually use firearms during gameplay.
Another noteworthy aspect of Street Fighter 5 Cammy’s design is the absence of camouflaged paint that’s normally plastered on her legs. Check it out below:
Of course, Serinideirl also pulled off a Cammy cosplay based on how she was redesigned in Street Fighter 6. With this appearance, Cammy is sporting a sports bra, yoga pants, and a denim jacket with the United Kingdom flag painted on the back.
Needless to say, the casual appearance gives off the impression that Cammy is undercover with this look, though the Delta Red triangle emblem choker is a bit of a giveaway that she works for Delta Red.
Here’s a look at Serinideirl pulling off Chun-Li while in a bikini. This costume seems to be based on one of Chun-Li’s alternate costumes in Street Fighter 5.
Unsurprisingly, Serinideirl also cosplayed as Chun-Li in her default attire that she’s most known for, though it’s without the pantyhose stockings.
Serinideirl would also go on to cosplay R. Mika, a character that’s appeared in Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Street Fighter 5. Being that Zangief is her idol, R. Mika is the first female grappler that’s ever appeared in the Street Fighter series.
R. Mika is known to wear a blue and white lingerié-like leotard. Check out Serinideirl’s depiction of R. Mika below:
Finally, there’s Morrigan from the Darkstalkers series. Though the Darkstalkers series itself has been on hiatus for a long while now, Morrigan still manages to be a somewhat relevant character due to her always appearing in crossover fighting games in which Capcom is involved.