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Azami Facemask
Suit Jacket Pattern & Hex Codes

Recommended Gear Setup

Azami wears a custom facemask with her signature texture printed on it. Any black facemask will do. The pattern must be applied by hand, or by printed stencil. Custom mask making sites may offer an image printing service.

The jacket that Azami wears appears to be a generic dress/tuxedo jacket in royal purple. On her right sleeve is printed the above design. This will need to be applied either by painting or image printing.

Her trousers are of the same material/colour as her jacket. This may be purchasable alongside the jacket as a pairing.

The YUNCLOS 2 Piece Office lady Business Suit Set in ‘blue1’ is a good match.

Azami appears to wear just a plain black long-sleeved dress shirt without modifications.

Azami wears yellow/camel leather gloves. The closest approximation is the NasreensCo Full-finger Driving Gloves.

Azami has a set of fabric harnesses underneath her jacket. The ROMWE Grunge Punk harness belt is a close match to it.

The harness that she wears on her thigh appears to be a nylon drop leg holster. The IDOGEAR Tactical Leg Strap is a good match.

Her Kiba harness is custom, but you can get a close approximation by using the WYNEX Tourniquet Holder and modifying three together.

Azami’s footwear appears to be based off of the Christian Louboutin Metal Henri Flat dress shoes. Oxford Brogues are a good approximation, but will require painting of the tips.

Azami has a small, gold/black lapel pin on her jacket in the shape of a flower.

Her Kiba Blades are based off of Japanese Kunai. Each has the intricate design painted on it. The Kiba are in a custom leg holster.

She also wears a pair of pearl drop earrings.

Azami Products by Darny3D

Kiba Blade
Kiba Blades

Replica of Azami's Kiba Blades. Printed in high-quality resin.

Azami Pin
Azami's Lapel Pin

Resin replica of the floral lapel pin worn by Azami on her jacket.


Important Guidelines

Cosplay is a fun hobby that allows individuals to express their creativity and immerse themselves in the worlds of their favourite characters. Through cosplay, people can bring their favourite characters to life and showcase their crafting and design skills. However, as with any hobby, it’s important to follow guidelines to maintain a good expectation and stay safe. By planning your cosplay carefully, researching your character thoroughly, and being mindful of your surroundings and any rules and regulations, you can have an enjoyable and safe cosplay experience.

Planning a cosplay can be an expensive endeavour, depending on the complexity of the character’s design and the availability of pre-made costume parts and accessories, as well as with how accurate you want it to be. However, with careful planning and budgeting, it’s possible to create a stunning cosplay while keeping costs under control. Before starting your cosplay project, it’s a good idea to set aside a budget for materials, tools, and any pre-made costume parts that you may need. Additionally, it’s recommended to write a list of everything you’ll need and gather references for your character, such as high-quality images, videos, or illustrations from different angles. Various cosplay guides exist for some of the Siege characters, but most of them are available as HD renders on

Cosplaying in public can be a thrilling experience, but it’s crucial to consider the safety implications of your costume, particularly if it includes replica weapons. These can easily be mistaken for real weapons, which can lead to dangerous and potentially fatal misunderstandings. Therefore, it’s important to follow local laws and any guidelines set out by the convention regarding weapons, such as covering the tips guns with orange safety tips. Additionally, if you’re planning to attend an event in a public area, it’s essential to consider the perceptions of those who may not be familiar with cosplay culture. It’s essential to act responsibly and to represent the community positively.

When attending events or conventions, it’s always a good idea to change into your costume at the venue, rather than traveling in it. This way, you can ensure your costume is neat and tidy, and you won’t have to worry about damaging it during transport. It’s also important to stay hydrated, especially if you’re wearing a heavy or cumbersome costume. Bringing bottled water with you (if the venue allows it) is a smart way to stay hydrated and comfortable throughout the day.

It’s important to remember that cosplay is not consent. Just because you’re dressed up as a character doesn’t mean you have to put up with any unwanted attention. If someone asks for a hug or a photo and you’re not comfortable with it, it’s perfectly acceptable to say no. Likewise, if you see someone being harassed or made to feel uncomfortable, speak up and help them. We should all strive to make cosplay a welcoming and enjoyable experience for everyone.

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