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Here, Have Some More Disney Princesses In Their Princes’ Clothes

Godohelp on DeviantArt, the artist who reimagined Disney princesses in their love interests’ clothes, has added more of your favorite princesses to the series. The result is some pretty awesome-looking ladies.


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  • Anonymous

    Like, OMG, is this The Mary Sue or the DISNEY Sue? *dramatic hair flip*

    Meg’s my favorite, although Esmerelda’s a close second. Vanellope’s cute, too.

  • Anonymous

    Oh, Meg…. you are my favorite everything… haha.

  • David Rhoden

    Is it being implied that Vanellope was a love interest for Ralph? I know I’m not the only one who’s wondering about that.

  • Jill Pantozzi

    I love you.

  • Crystal Lynn

    They all look so dashing! I would love to indulge in any media relating their exploits like this :0

  • Gerald Kirby

    I like seeing the Disney Princesses in their love interest’s clothing. The only reverse I’d want to see is the Beast in Belle’s ballgown.

    “He looks so…so…”


  • Lola Arcana

    I love Aurora but who is Madellaine?

  • Elizabeth Wells

    This is great! I love Tiana withteh ukelele
    As long as we’re including the Wreck-It Ralph crew, I’d love to see it go the other way with Fix-It Felix in Calhoun’s alien fighting gear and Ralph in Vanellope’s candy-inspired get-up.

  • Elizabeth Wells

    Just Beast? Can you imagine Philip in a suit that keeps changing from bubblegum pink to powder blue?

  • Franck P. Rabeson

    I think she’s dressed as Quasimodo…

  • Anonymous

    This exist somewhere. One sec….

    Got it!

  • Rebecca Pahle

    She’s from the Hunchback of Notre Dame direct-to-video sequel, I believe.

  • Janelle S

    Meg and Aurora just look so *right* in those clothes that I have to remind myself that they are dressed in “his” clothes.

  • Run Amok

    More of a counterpart.

  • totz the plaid

    I still love the one someone else did of Beast in Belle’s dress.

    These are all amazing, of course! I hope they fill it out with some others, both princess and non-princess…

    Like, say, Roxanne from “A Goofy Movie” in Max’s outfit when he was impersonating that singer. Or, how about Cassandra in Icarus’s duds from the “Hercules” cartoon. I certainly wouldn’t mind Minnie or Daisy in more conservative versions of Mickey and Donald’s stuff! Why not go full gusto and have Mary Poppins in Bert’s chimney sweep outfit?

    If I had any particular skill at drawing and a scanner, I’d do those, but I have neither, so I just hope for more.

  • Amanda Burke

    Prince Eric is my favorite, I laughed so hard.

  • Mattias Berntson

    Meg made me smile. Calhoun made me laugh.

    Those were all excellent!

  • Brittany K

    Wow, Meg’s looks so… right. Like that’s how it should’ve been.

  • Anonymous

    I think “prince” can be switched for “hero”, in which case it works

  • totz the plaid

    Ooh! What about Lilo in Stitch’s spacesuit with Stitch in a hula skirt and coconut bra?

  • Anonymous

    Those are official Disney, though – Stitch wore a hula skirt in the first movie:
    and *lots* of Lilo and Stitch part two, including on the DVD cover:
    (No bra, though. Not even for the hula competition.)

    And Lilo wore a spacesuit at least once in either the TV series or Stitch the Movie (I can’t remember, I don’t have those on DVD):

    Actually there is quite a bit of characters borrowing other characters’ costumes through the whole Lilo & Stitch franchise…

  • Ashe

    Esmerelda looks fricking radiant. Like an actual sun god. BA-ZING, PHOEBUS!

    Meg is the most stylish gladiator around.

    Aurora…you look so perfectly right in that outfit I don’t ever want to see it on the prince again.

  • Aaron

    Aurora and Tiana are my faves

  • totz the plaid

    You know… you’re right. I only saw the first one (I avoid Disney direct-to-video sequels as a rule), but I’d forgotten that Stitch wore a grass skirt.

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  • Ashe

    GLUBGLUBFISHINNATUB Eric is the best thing ever

  • Robert Vary

    But wouldn’t Minnie and Daisy in Mickey and Donald’s clothes just look like Mickey and Donald with eyelashes?

  • Laura Truxillo

    Do…do we need to remember Madeline? At all? Can’t we just…drink and forget?

  • totz the plaid

    It’s all about body language.

  • Anonymous

    Just noticed that Flynn is preserving Aladdin’s modesty with his frying pan. Priceless.

  • Anonymous

    I had no idea who that was. Apparently there was a sequel to Hunchback of Notre Dame? Wow.

  • Anonymous

    No, it’s more of a brother-sister thing.

  • PrincessOfTheCrystal

    While some of them look good, I think this is the wrong approach. I read a really good critique of feminist fairytales that pointed out many of them simply flipped the gender roles and came across as very artificial. I think this has a similar vibe to it, and I always kind of hated pictures of Peach & Zelda in Mario & Link’s clothing. For one it teaches the idea that femininity is somehow inherently weak which I think is one of the most important misconceptions to tackle with feminism today, and it also shows, as the essay I read pointed out, a lack of general thought in examining/dismantling gender roles since it’s a simple swap.

    I’d love to see some of the Disney Princesses in Adventuring outfits of their own. But Once Upon a Time already did that, and well. And they can still be feminine when they please too.

  • Nothanks

    Tiana is mega hot in that outfit.

    Just saying.

  • strega2012

    She looks like “Annie Hall” Diane Keaton!