Guess who’s coming to dinner? A blog about dressing up as our favorite movie and TV characters for Halloween.

The Jessica Rabbit costume is my favorite. It works for a number of reasons:

Rabbit costumes are inherently sexy. I mean, you’re basically wearing a fur-lined thong.

Redheads always look good in red.

It’s way more fun to be someone else on Halloween.

My hair is long enough and the right color that I don’t need a wig (although I did have to buy a straightening iron and a curling wand to get the look just right).

The only real downside is the cold weather. But, hey, maybe that’s why she wears furs!

Who Framed Jessica Rabbit? is the question that we hope to answer this Halloween. It was a movie that touched upon the question of what happens when a man falls in love with a woman who doesn’t really exist, and the lengths that he will go to prove her innocence. We have taken some time to think about how you can dress up like your favorite characters from the movie for Halloween this year, by looking at various costumes online and putting together a list of our top recommendations for anyone looking for ideas for their best costume ever.

We’ve included several different styles of Jessica Rabbit costumes in this list, ranging from the classic original outfit from the movie to other outfits from throughout the film’s history. We also have some great ideas for how you can dress up as Roger Rabbit, Jessica’s husband who is also accused of murder and must prove his innocence before it’s too late. Whether you’re looking for something sexy and sultry or cute and cuddly, we’ve got something on here that will suit your needs and make you look fabulous on Halloween!

The Jessica Rabbit costume is one of the most popular Halloween costumes for women. When you want to dress up as this sexy animated character, you are going to need the right outfit and accessories.

Jessica Rabbit Costume Steps

1. Find a red strapless dress that has a sweetheart neckline. This will help you get the look of Jessica Rabbit’s signature dress. You should be able to find a strapless red dress in a variety of styles at your local department store or online.

2. Purchase a pair of long white gloves and make sure they are long enough that they come up to your shoulders, covering up the straps on your dress.

3. Get a long blond wig that is straight and comes down well past your shoulders. This will help make sure that your Jessica Rabbit costume looks as close to the real thing as possible. Also, don’t forget to purchase a wig cap so you can easily secure your own hair before putting on the wig itself.

4. A pair of red pumps with high heels is another essential part of any Jessica Rabbit costume. You should be able to find some affordable shoes at any department store or online retailer that carries shoes for women.

There’s no need to get embarrassed if you’re looking for a costume that will shock and awe your friends this Halloween. This is a list of costumes that are sure to have everyone at the party talking about them. Just be ready for some stares, some giggles and plenty of photo opportunities.

Jessica Rabbit Costume – Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

I’ve been wanting to do a Jessica Rabbit costume for years. I have the perfect body for it and I feel like she is a very glamorous, sexy character that needs to be done.

I started figuring out how I was going to make this dress about two months ago. I did a lot of research on other Jessica’s costumes because I wanted to see what others had done before me. It took about 3 weeks for me to find the right red fabric and then 2 weeks to sew it all together.

I decided on making the dress at home because I feel like it would be cheaper and more comfortable than buying something online. Plus, this way you get exactly what you want!

I used a pattern from an old Vogue magazine that I found at Goodwill. This pattern was very easy to follow and it gave me great directions on how to make the bodice part of my dress. Once I got that out of the way, I just went with my gut feeling when it came down to sewing everything else together because there really aren’t any patterns for Jessica Rabbit costumes out there!

I chose velvet as my fabric because it has such great texture and color saturation when dyed in bright colors like red or yellow (which is also why I chose yellow as my accent

Jessica Rabbit Costume

Posted by: Anna Richards | October 1, 2014 at 6:27 pm

Here’s a step by step guide for creating your own Jessica Rabbit costume. This year I decided to go with the classic version from Who Framed Roger Rabbit, rather than the more alluring version from the video “Why Don’t You Do Right.”


Red velvet (I found mine at Joann’s) in 2 different tones. The lighter shade for the dress and gloves, and a darker shade for the jacket.

Red chiffon (Joann’s)

Gold lame fabric (Joann’s)

Sequin appliques (Joann’s) — **you might want to order this online because they’re usually out of stock when I look.**

Sequins (Joann’s) — DEFINITELY order these online. They’re much cheaper than buying them in person. Also, don’t forget to get a sequin applicator tool! You can find both at any craft store or craft section in larger stores like Walmart or Target.

Glue gun and glue sticks

A sewing machine (or maybe you are skilled enough to hand-sew this together?)

A pattern that you feel comfortable working with. I chose

Jessica Rabbit is not bad, she’s just drawn that way.

Jessica Rabbit Costume: Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

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