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Fox Costumes

3. Period

   I chose to represent the fox through the look of a 1930s aviatrix.
   The cap's up-turned flaps respemble pointy ears, and the hair style recalls the tufts of fur framing a fox' face. The wide blouse collar echoes this shape.
   Further, the pale blouse and haunch-like pants represent a fox' white underbelly, while the orange, fur-trimmed coat continues the fox color scheme. Also, the coat's belt gives the impression of a white-tipped fox tail.
   The black gloves and high boots parallel a fox' dark paw and foreleg fur.
   The small necklace, shaped like a fox head, confirms the animal's influence on the costume.

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