SALT LAKE CITY — Cosplayers from all around are cramming to make sure their cosplays are ready to wear for this weekend’s FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention Spring 2019 event. Cosplay, short for costume play, is the art of dressing up like a character, as well as taking on their persona. Some cosplayers spend weeks and even months preparing for conventions. However, even the seasoned cosplayers share that it’s OK to buy parts of your costume and piece it together. Here is a look at how three Utah cosplayers are preparing for FanX. They asked that their last names not be used due to privacy reasons. Chloe, better known by her cosplay name Velvetine Doll, has been cosplaying for several years now, since her first year of high school. “Buying is not always a bad option,” she said. “I know there’s a stigma where if you buy, you’re not a good cosplayer. It’s not true. Honestly, having fun makes you a good cosplayer.” Even though Chloe now finds joy in sewing most of the cosplays herself, it’s still more important to enjoy the convention, she said. “As long as you enjoy being the character, it doesn’t matter if you buy or you m...