I drafted a quick pattern without side seams -- her bodysuit has a center front seam, center back seam and princess seams. For the yoke, I used the yoke pattern from my Natsu pattern because it was the exact same shape. I made the belt based on a curved waistband pattern from my skirt block, in order for the belt to fit along the contours of my hips -- if I had cut/sewn a rectangle, the belt would not fit as nicely. I was extremely short on time so I actually cut pieces of PVC for my emblem.. and used tacky glue to affix the patch onto my suit.
I made a simple pair of gloves by tracing my hand (don't do this) and adding 1/8" seam allowance to the fingers. I am terrible at sewing gloves and terrible at drafting patterns for gloves so I'll probably write a more informative method on making gloves at a later time when I have more practice!
I was fortunate enough to find the wig I was looking for; all I needed to do was style the bangs. I bought the boots from Maya Shoes on Hollywood Blvd. They are extremely comfortable despite how painful they look.
I had a ton of fun wearing this cosplay, and it was the MOST COMFORTABLE cosplay I have ever worn in my life so far, despite the fact I had to strip down to my knees to use the restroom. Oh, cosplay.