If you are looking to put together a Harley Quinn cosplay costume with the gold overalls from Birds of Prey, look no further! I’ve got all the details from the costume, to hair, to makeup, to even the tattoos. This one is easy to assemble and is actually quite comfortable to wear. Adding Bruce the hyena is optional.
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Harley Quinn Birds of Prey Costume
I found all the Harley Quinn costume parts on Amazon. Click here for the shoppable photo with all the products tagged. You can also find each product below, linked in bold print.
The costume: Gold Overalls and Pink Tank Top
The gold overalls with diamond print and pink tank top are available in both women’s and girl’s sizes, and come together in the packaged costume by Encore Costumes. I went with a Women’s Large, and it fit surprisingly well! I usually have trouble with one piece costumes and this one is actually long enough. The overalls are spandex and have a bit of stretch to them.
Click here to find the costume on Amazon.
Harley Quinn Cosplay Hair and Makeup
I purchased and returned two wigs before deciding to use my own hair. A friend of mine recommended the wig below by Morvally, which sells for $27.99 on Amazon. The wig may take a little bit of styling or trimming after it arrives to get it looking just right. If you have blond hair and want to add the pink and blue like I did, you can actually buy the colors as a set.
Harley’s makeup is pretty simple for this costume. I went with smokey black on the eyes and red lips. And don’t forget the little heart on her cheek! Check out my Instagram Reel to see the process of putting the makeup on and spraying my hair:
Next up: Harley’s Tattoos
I purchased a big pack of Harley Quinn tattoos on Amazon for $12.97. They do come in smaller packs, but I wanted to have enough to do the costume more than once, and also to do other Harley cosplays. The ones you need for this cosplay are the “Daddy’s Lil’ Monster” one for the chest and the red and black diamond design for your forearm/wrist area. These ones were easy to apply with water, and easy to remove. Check out this Reel for a neat trick on how to remove the fake tattoos:
Accessories, Shoes Etc.
I found Harley Quinn’s chunky silver charm necklace by Hanreshe on Amazon for $10.99 and it was the perfect accessory for the costume.
Other optional accessories include Gold Boots, roller skates, a baseball bat, mallet and a pet hyena. Funtasma makes a nice pair of gold booties that go great with the Birds of Prey costume. I always find their gogo boot styles to be very comfortable. If you are a half size, I recommend sizing up.
You can find some pretty good Harley Quinn bat replica‘s for around $50, or make one yourself. And you can also get the HQ mallet for around the same price. I do not recommend the cheaper one made by Rubies costumes, as it is very small. The one I’ve linked here is sized for an adult and made of real wood.
And finally, if your dog resembles a hyena like mine, you can get them a pink leopard print studded collar just like Bruce wears in the movie.
Hope this helps you put together your own Birds of Prey Harley Quinn outfit! Remember to click the bold print to find the product links, and feel free to post a comment with any questions.
About the Author
Candy Keane is a digital content creator and long-time cosplayer, most well-known for being on the cover of the Star Wars documentary Jedi Junkies. After making costumes professionally for over a decade, she now writes about about geek culture and mom life, and continues to cosplay for fun, while sharing her love of costumes on Instagram @SewGeekMama. Her first children’s book, I’m Going to My First Comic Convention, was published in 2020 and won a Story Monsters Approved award for Excellence in Literature.
Categories: Cosplay Costumes, Tutorials
Love the pink top. Looking so hot.
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