Whether you're a Disney princess or an evil queen, chances are you've got great style. These trailblazers in fashion have made bold choices in color, fabric and accessories. Join us as we take a look at some of the best fairy-tale fashions in film.
Elsa is enchanting in this elegant gown of shimmering blue with icicle-inspired beads. The flowing train adds just the right touch of "magic" and flair.
Rapunzel radiates lavender in this tie-bodice gown. Although, clearly, her best accessory is her long, flowing locks. (And the lizard.)
Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)
The Evil Queen commands attention in this Colleen Atwood dress, which was designed to look like metallic armor. All hail the queen!
All eyes are on the evil Narissa in this Mona May gown and metallic headpiece. The scaly leather corset, skirt and cape add to her menacing mystique.
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)
We'll never be royals, but she sure is. Mia Thermopolis looks stunning in this Gary Jones off-white silk gown with an embroidered rose print.
Mirror, Mirror (2012)
The villainous Queen Clementianna holds court in this billowing Eiko Ishioka yellow gown and majestic white neck ruff. (Yes, that’s what that thing is called.)
Snow White (1937)
Snow White is darling in this yellow flowing skirt with puffy sleeves. The high white collar adds a playful flair, as does the jaunty cape, creating an iconic, timeless look.
The Princess and the Frog (2009)
The radiant Princess Tianna shines in this lily pad gown of sparkling sea-foam green with matching opera gloves.
Bippity Boppity Boo! Who knew mice could make such an elegant gown? Cinderella is sure to be the belle of any ball –just have her home by midnight, m’kay?
Beauty and the Beast (1991)
Donning this sunshiny yellow satin gown, we see why Belle is the beauty. The beast, on the other hand… he could use some fashion advice.
Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Princess Aurora stuns in this sleek, pink, off-the-shoulder form-fitting gown. But she’s missing one key accessory – a handsome prince.
Princess Mononoke (1997)
Princess San makes a bold choice as she defies traditional "princess fashion" by stepping out in ragged clothes, a cape made of a wolf pelt and a blood-smeared mouth. Hey, why be like everyone else?