Today I started thinking about Disney’s leading ladies and how awesome they are. I also thought about how much Disney princesses shaped my life, especially my idea of what an evening gown should look like. So I wanted to compile a list of
my favorite the best dressed Disney princesses.
So here they are (in no particular order):
Cinderella: Okay remember that girl your freshman year of college who was kind of weird and a bit dumpy but you still invited her out because she was fun and you needed friends? Then remember how you went to weird/dumpy girl’s room before y’all went out and she had put on makeup, done her hair and she looked like a freaking super model so basically you were super jealous of her powers of transformation? That is like Cinderella . She is the deceptively gorgeous girl who puts on a killer dress, some makeup, and brushes her hair and becomes a goddess — and steals the prince. You go, deceptively gorgeous girl.
Belle: I saw Beauty and the Beast in the theater. I vividly remember thinking that I loved Belle’s dresses and that I would happily marry a Beast if I could have all of her clothes AND her wardrobe — you know, the one that talks and gives advice.
Tiana: It is a shame that Tiana was a warty old frog for the bulk of her movie. Girlfriend could dress her little butt off! There she is above looking somber in a more modern version of Cinderella’s frock. But she also has great everyday looks and her iconic green dress is certainly one for the ages.
Jasmine: Being the most scantily clad Disney Princess automatically reserves you a space on this list. Jasmine is basically everyone’s favorite princess. She’s sassy, she shows of her tiny midriff in her slinky separates, and she married a poor boy so she’s philanthropic and empathetic. What’s not to love?
Evil Queen (they didn’t even give her a name! Rude): Okay, this person isn’t a princess, she’s a queen — The Snow White Evil Queen to be exact. She is the best. While Snow White was off flitting around with forest animals and shacking up with tiny men, the Queen was chillin’ in her castle wearing a power collar and an epic broach while simultaneously inventing the poison apple with her magical evil powers. I told you she was the best.