Eryn ditches her kunoichi uniform and changes into something casual with her Sakura Haruno cosplay

Naruto introduced us to some characters that managed to stay in the minds of fans for decades, and it is that, throughout the beloved anime and manga, we have seen Team 7, made up of Naruto Uzumaki, Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Harunograbbing the spotlight.

Something that seems quite curious to us is that these have great popularity on the part of the cosplay community, including the female character of Sakura Haruno, who is very present in the world of fan art and cosplay. The young kunoichi is one of the favorite characters of many fans, although there is a sector of them who do not like it very much.

This can be largely caused by one of the moments of Naruto: Shippuden, in which she tells him a lie that was unforgivable to everyone. This related to Naruto Uzumaki. Some say that part of the problem was the way Studio Pierrot adapted her in the anime, when in the manga she is a better developed character.

Sakura Haruno in a more relaxed cosplay

We must mention that, in most cases we can see a Sakura Haruno cosplay reflected with her traditional outfit or her kunoichi uniform. But the one we share with you today is focused on a characterization more typical of today, with a more casual version.

This cosplay was made by the beautiful Eryn, also known as ithileryn, on her official Instagram account, where she decided to recreate Sakura Haruno with an alternate outfit. In this case, one cannot speak of fidelity regarding the appearance of her character, although there are elements that remain, such as her short pink hair up to her shoulder.

The mark on the forehead and associated makeup can also be seen, as well as the bandana on the head. Despite the differences, the outfit has elements related to the Hidden Leaf Village or Konoha and the Sharingan. It is an interpretation for those who are looking for something alternative to the beloved and also hated female character of Naruto: Shippūden, this time, in an urban setting.