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Xiao Ao Jiang Hu 2012: Costumes – Part V

This one will focus on the various supporting of the series. I’m tired of doing individual posts so this will be the last one for costumes. YES, wrapping it up since it’s part 5 now and I want to focus on other parts of the series itself–along with some other discussions to prepare myself for the worst (LOL).

Dicky Cheung as Lu Zhu Weng. When I first saw his costume, I was like, “Seriously?” and had to laugh it off for a while. I guess when I think some other producers out there are being quite literal, Yu Zheng just has to top them all. Just because his name consisted of ‘bamboo’ does not mean he would have to wear blinding green–among other shades. So he has a nice, fancy instrument, but it’s going to be really hard not to laugh when I watch the actual scenes he appears in.

Kelsey Lv is Lan Feng Huang. I must say her character is very intriguing and I enjoy her character while reading the novel and even watch some versions. Kelsey looks the part in this outfit and for once, I don’t mind. I thought her outfits are actually one of the better designs, arrangements thus far. In fact, I got so carried away looking at some pictures, I wonder how it would’ve been cool if she’s actually Ying Ying. Well, NOT implying anything since I said I never watched Yuan Shan Shan before, but the outfits for Ying Ying for this version just kills it, and somehow it’s strange that they manage to get Lan Feng Huang’s outfits right for someone being in a mysterious cult, etc.

This is Tian Bo Guang. I’m not too sure how old he’s supposed to be in the book since I read it a long time ago. But I’m guessing he’s around his 30s SO Han Dong is the right choice. Not to mention how Ling Hu Chong was once mistaken for Tian Bo Guang because of their similar obsession for wine and all. No complaint. The outfit is about right. Kind of weird, but I’m over the style already since they managed to tone it down somehow. Later when he becomes a monk, his outfit is actually more reserved than the supposedly ‘nun’, which is hilarious if you ask me.

This is Lu Da You, portrayed Zhang Zhuo Wen. Again, forgot how old Da You was, but he seemed older in some of the other versions. Then again I remembered that Lin Hu Chong was younger than some of them but he was the highest ranked because he had followed Yue Bu Quan since young. I have to go check again, seriously. It would be funny if Ling Hu Chong ended up being the oldest age-wise too in this version because he couldn’t be older than Lao De Nuo. (This one, I’m sure, considering what types of role he played in the grand scenes later.)

Oh yeah, almost forgot about her since she’s not really my favorite character in Xiao Ao Jiang Hu. (I SAID CHARACTER, NOT ACTRESS in case anyone didn’t read carefully.) What’s funny is she and the rest of the people in the North Hengshan Sect will wear some bright, girly outfits instead of the supposedly more calm shades like the usual white or grayish to distinguish themselves as nuns. Honestly? So TVB’s ’84 version cheated on not shaving the hair, but they sort of compensated for wearing calmer colors and putting the hair up in a way that showed they were supposed to be living simple, etc. Anyway, because the producer is so creative, I hope to like Yi Lin in this version for once, considering how cute Deng Sha looks in various photos. I don’t know, I just never like her character, NOT because of too boring either, but maybe too nagging at times.

This is to show the other costume that they have, purplish–a tad better but still kind of bright.

Members of the Sun Moon Holy Sect looking like ninjas? All right, it just gets better and better. (YES, I’m being sarcastic.)

I didn’t include all because I haven’t been surfing around lately to find pictures, and I’m getting tired. NOT to mention I got so confused regarding some plots since Yu Zheng’s VERY good at throwing out fake bombs SO I won’t even talk about them until this ‘grand’ production finally rolls out next year. Oh yeah, already talked about Bryan Leung and Hei Zi in the first post so I didn’t repeat here.

*All images were collected around the net, therefore, belonging to their rightful owners.

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