A woman of many phases

It wasn’t that long ago that we looked in on Lorna Burford of Raindrops of Sapphire and saw Tinker Bell looking back at us.

Lorna Burford as Captain AmericaAs far as I’m concerned, she can dress up as anyone she darn well pleases:

Not only is Captain America my favourite comic book character as you all know, but turning myself and these photos into a real life comic book was like a dream come true for me too. It’s taken hours to edit and do this entire shoot from start to finish, but I have to say that I’m incredibly proud of these photos and I haven’t had as much fun on a shoot as this!

Sourcing, because after all she’s a fashion blogger:

I got this costume from Escapade and I think it’s fantastic. It fits really well actually and is quite comfortable, but it doesn’t come with the boots, so I had some help getting hold of these thigh high pvc red ones from a friend and I think they suit the costume perfectly.

We’re only giving you the faintest hint of the look here, hoping more than usual that you’ll dial over and see the whole photoset.


  1. Jack Baruth »

    1 November 2016 · 12:47 pm

    I dig her look. Very girl-next-door.

    Although to be honest I thought she was in her mid-thirties; she’s 28, apparently.

  2. Lorna »

    1 November 2016 · 5:12 pm

    Thank you so much for featuring me, that’s really kind of you and I’m so glad you loved the outfit :)

    @Jack – You’re actually the very first person to think of me as older than I am! Usually I get everyone thinking I’m younger, so I’m going to cherish that, ha ha :)

  3. CGHill »

    2 November 2016 · 8:48 pm

    If I know Jack — and people will happily inform you that I don’t know Jack — he’s probably observing that you lack the callow-youth syndrome afflicting many twentysomething women. (Then again, he’s in his middle 40s.)

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