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 Starlighthoney as Briar Rose from Disney’s Sleeping Beauty

Briar Rose (Princess Aurora) has always been one of my favorite princesses when I was growing up. There was just something about her that I absolutely loved.

The costume is made from a mixture of different materials to give a more natural look as well as try to stay true to the actual outfit. Her hair was a different story since getting that one distinct curl took a bit of trial and error, but I love how it came out.

Photo by Anna Fischer at AnimeUSA 2012

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One time I got bored so I made a dress. This happens to be that dress. The whole thing is some sort of upholstery fabric with cream chiffon ruffles and puffs around the neck, shoulders, and cuffs. The sleeves close at the wrist with hooks, the back closes with a zipper.

the wig is from cosplaywig

Photo was taken by my dad and edited by me!
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Belle from Beauty and the Beast

I wanted create a costume that would take advantage of how cold it is most of the year where I live. The cape is velveteen, lined with satin, and trimmed with faux fur. I wanted to look for fabrics other than traditional satin for the gown. This is a dress that was already in the castle and given to Belle, so the fabrics would have been rich, enjoyable to run your fingers over, not to mention thicker due to the time of year the dress is worn. I added a small amount of decorative trim around the light pink portions of the gown but kept the basic, clean, and simple look of the Disney animation. Finally, I added a necklace and earring set I've owned for years that is a combination of ceramic roses, pearls, and gold.

While I wish I could have found the time to have photos taken in this costume with a full snowy background, I'm more than ready for the warmer weather to arrive!

Photographer: My Father
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I'm a true Once Upon a Time fan. Here is my Belle cosplay.
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Costume: Snow White
Serie: Disney
Photo: :iconcalssara:
Place: Schwetzingen (german)

Finally a new costume, which I can count to one of my favourite costumes.
It is based at Disney's Snowwhite with many many own details and historic pattern from me.



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Character: Princess Serenity
Source: Sailor Moon
Seamstress/Model: breathlessaire
Location: Anime Central 2014
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Photo by: :iconelemental-sight:
Megara by: :iconkoristarfire:
Hercules by: :iconavatarzara:

ACen 2013
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Starlighthoney as Cinderella from Disney’s Cinderella

For this dress I really wanted to give a very soft color to Cinderella’s dress since it goes from being a blue to a silver color very quickly in the movie. I used a lot of materials in layers to give this illusion as well as accent them with heavy crystal trims for some glitz. As an added bonus I added lights throughout her bodice and part of her skirt!

Photo by Joseph Lin at AnimeUSA 2013

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Good evening, guys!
I know it's been a while. During my absence I made plenty of new costumes so I thought it was about time to share them here? I really hope you like this picture! Belle has always been my favourite Disney princess so I was extremely excited to make her golden ballgown! Wearing it was literally like a dream come true! :heart:

Formalicy:
:bulletyellow: Aigue-Marine as Belle
series: Disney's The Beauty and the Beast
photo + edit: B1nh Photography

PS: Please don't re-upload or use this picture without permission!
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My version of Christine Daaé's "Star Princess" costume from the Masquerade sequence in Act 2 of the stage version of "The Phantom of The Opera". Original design by Maria Bjornson in 1986.

This costume was in planning since about September 2011 (so, almost a year) and actual construction started in January 2012. I have studied numerous different international versions of this particular costume, and picked the features I liked about some of them. It's ended up as a frankensteined-hybrid of about 4-5 different productions with a few personal touches.

I have only seen the Australian production in reality, twice (once in 1997 and once in 2007), so at first only had those production programmes as a reference. Then I came across Anea's site, which has a page dedicated to all the different versions of this costume [link]

Boots: Inspired by Deborah Dutcher's UK-production boots.
Bought in November 2011 from a USA eBay seller. They were formerly cream leather. Painted silver in January 2012 with spray-on leather shoe paint, and then the blue sections were painted in June 2012 with turquoise blue fabric paint. Laces were bleached from cream to white. They're about half a size too small (I did make an attempt to stretch them!), but I love the shape of them!

Skirt: Was going for the Hamburg look at first, but was limited by fabric widths, so I made it a bit shorter, and it ended up looking more like the Las Vegas/US production skirt!
There are 10 layers in the skirt, all sewn onto a base skirt made of blue silk taffeta. 5 of these are tulle ranging from blue to purple to pink, then there's some silver tissue lamé, silver organza with swirly glitter pattern, pink chiffon (which is slightly darker at the top than bottom) and pink tulle. The pink chiffon and silver organza layers are both scalloped on the bottom, and the pink chiffon layer had silver bias tape ironed along its edge.
The skirt stars are Christmas decorations bought in December 2011, spray painted silver, then spray painted with silver glitter paint, and then each had 10 rhinestones glued to it. These are threaded on lengths of silver tigertail and crimped in place.

Bodice: Colour and beaded fringe inspired by Ana Marina's Australian production bodice, sleeves from the American production, and the bodice beading and centre front shape from Denmark.
Bodice dyed with Dylon hand dye in Flamingo Pink, Intense Violet and Ocean Blue, then the blue part was re-dyed with Rit dye in Royal Blue. I've never dyed fabric before this. It took a week to do, and this was the 3rd attempt, the first two had been on silk dupion which didn't take the dye very well. I ended up buying some white silk satin which dyed much better. I put the dye in some clean household spray bottles, mixed it up with boiling water, and sprayed it on outside. I sewed the bodice first and then dyed it, so the thread would dye as well. Lined it with white calico, which in reflection was a little too heavy, but it is boned with plastic boning and makes the bodice nice and solid as the silk is really flimsy on its own. I sewed some bra cups in there as well and later added strap holders for clear straps. All the beads were sewn on by hand. There are close to 3,000 beads on the bodice, a mix of 3mm and 4mm Czech fire-polished clear crystal beads with AB finish, some 5mm beads of the same kind (but blue crystal) and some blue plastic drop beads on the fringe. It took about 10 hours total to sew all the beads on. The sleeves were made out of pleated ribbon sewn onto a lycra band.

Accessories: Bought the ring and necklace chain, tiara was bought off eBay and had star rhinestones glued to it to look like the Australian production tiara. Wig was also from eBay, and is the LF Isabella Lace Front from West Bay/Sepia in colour FS4/30. I also made a custom Star Princess mask from an old silver mask I had lying around by gluing some rhinestones to it and adding some wire.

Worn to the Amaranth Anime Ball in August 2012, where I won Best Female Outfit!
I'm now proud to say I have a Phantom stage costume replica!

Costume construction and model :iconour-solemn-hour:
This photo by :iconmorbidprincess122:

More photos to come soon!
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