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11 Disney Princess Outfits for the Real World

Do you ever have the urge to dress like Cinderella, Snow White, or one of the other Disney princesses, but were struck with the sad realization that a grown woman galavanting around town wearing a gown and a crown would be a bit ridiculous, especially on any of the 364 days of the year that isn’t Halloween?

You can still harness Disney princess style in your everyday outfit. A little Aurora pink here, a bit of Jasmine’s teal there, and a hint of Tiana’s frog-green hue can be worn oh, so stylishly.

Here we have created outfits for all the Disney Princesses from Mulan to Cinderella, being true to their costume’s color palate, their story and their personal essence. Which Princess’s modern day look would you wear?


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Above:
Snow White
Snow White is such a classic character, so we went with a retro classic look for her in this style roundup but we made sure to pay homage to her original costume with the bold red bow and a nod to the storyline with the rub red apple handbag.

The polka dot top is by People Tree and is available here for $23.
The mustard yellow Diane Von Furstenberg Missy Skirt is available for $496 from Matches here.
The Ashley Bow Ballet Flat are by Banana Republic and available direct for $98 right here.
We found the Snow White inspired hair bow via Polyvore right here, it retails for $16.
And last but not least, the Delicious Apple Bag is available for £40.00 from Ollie and Nic.

A perfect place to wear these Princess inspired outfits? Why the #newfantasyland at Disney World of course!

Want more? Check out the brand #newfantasyland here!
Want even more? Check out how Disney does the holidays here!

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