Explore the enchanting world of Disney Princess’s. They’ll be inspired to Dream Big with our selection of all their favorite Disney Princesses.
Top 10 Disney Princesses
Tangled star Rapunzel spent her days gazing out of her tall tower, brushing her endless magical locks of golden hair.
Yours may not be 70 feet long, but you can be like her in lots of other ways, and even meet your very own Flynn when you wear our Fairytale Rapunzel Costume.
Thrill to the excitement of the live action production of Beauty and the Beast!
Light up the darkest corners of your castle and bring it to life with your own Grand Ballroom finale in this enchanting Disney Belle Costume.
Journey into the mysterious city of Agrabah where Genies grants wishes and evil advisors seek to overthrow the sultan. Transform yourself into a persian princess with our Princess Jasmine Costume. She’ll win Aladdins heart and your heart too in our Jasmine Costumes. Jasmine Aladdin Costume feature all of the designs typical of Arabian Nights
Watch all her dreams come true when she dresses in this beautiful Fairytale Cinderella Costume! Step out of those dowdy rags, leave those brushes behind and, instead, dance your way to midnight in this powder-blue confection of bows and sparkling organza! Prince Charming awaits!
These shades of lavender and aquamarine shimmer and shine like pearls playing on the sea bed. Dress in our Fairytale Ariel Costume from the Little Mermaid and answer the call of the deep! But before long, you’ll want to surface, step ashore and find your own feet.
Magic Mirrors everywhere will struggle to call the Evil Queen the fairest of them all!
When you’re seen wearing our beautiful Fairytale Snow White Costume, no one will dare lay claim to your title!
Beware of spinning wheels and spindles as you try to give the evil Maleficent the slip. Dressed in our Disney Sleeping Beauty Costume, you’ll wake to find your prince.
Don’t forget it will take a kiss to wake you and remove the curse.
Bring Disney’s recent cartoon to life with our Princess Tiana Costume. Motivated and determined, Tiana wants to do things her way. Tiana is a little girl who had dreamed of princes and fairytales from far off lands. Sadly she never thought she stood much chance as her family were very poor. Her life changes though when she is transformed into a frog along with the bankrupt but musical Prince Naveen.
A free spirit, a tomboy and a dab hand with the bow and arrow, Disney’s Brave Princess Merida is in no hurry to become a royal lady! All the lords in DunBroch will need to stand in line, hoping they can woo this spirited Scottish lass.
Each Official Disney Princess must meet the following requirements: A) has a primary role in a Disney animated feature film, B) is human or mostly human-like (e.g. Ariel), and C) does not appear primarily in a sequel. The actual title of Princess (or equivalent) is not necessary, but certainly helps.
Facts pertaining to the original fairy tales upon which the films are based are irrelevant to the versions appearing in the franchise.
The Princesses themselves, despite appearing in separate films, have distinct similarities. Most Disney Princesses have the common ability to communicate with animals (even if the animals do not actually talk back). They are also known for their inner and outer beauty, as well as having beautiful singing voices (the exception to this is Merida, who only sings a song with her mother when she is little). Each Princess (excluding Merida and Elsa) also has a romance that is resolved by the end of the film; the male counterparts are known as Disney Princes.
The Disney Princesses can also be grouped depending on what era their films debuted. The “original” three (Snow White, Cinderella and Aurora), are quiet, classy, graceful and romantic daydreamers; they play more of a “damsel in distress” role and suffer from the actions caused by others. They hold an inner strength through compassion, love, kindness and (particularly with Snow White) a strong sense of resilience.
During the Disney Renaissance Era, which started with The Little Mermaid in 1989 and ended in 2000, the heroines in Disney feature films became more active than reactive and included Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas and Mulan. These women were strong-willed, adventurous, feisty, cunning and determined. They were less interested in finding love and more interested in finding adventure and freedom. The Renaissance Princesses also existed in worlds that were more self-aware of the changing roles of women. For example, in The Little Mermaid, the villainess Ursula assures Ariel that she won’t need her voice on land as men prefer silent women; Belle, from Beauty and the Beast, is told by Gaston that “it’s not right for a woman to read.” And Mulan, who joins an army under the guise of a man, must listen to her peers extol masculine traits, while describing an ideal wife who is pretty, obedient and a good cook.
The latest Disney Princesses were created within the past decade and are more modern. Tiana from The Princess and the Frog is a young woman who doesn’t rely on magic and knows that it takes hard work to reach one’s goals; Rapunzel from Tangled, however, is more idealistic and isn’t afraid to go after what she wants.
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