We are all familiar with the classic Disney princesses: Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Merida, Mulan, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Snow White, and Tiana. They each have their own unique story, adventure, and prince to make their movie interesting. Perhaps the thing that makes these characters so memorable and loveable is that they have strong personalities, distinctive settings, creative plot lines, and (of course) fantastic singing voices.
We have all come to recognize these ladies in their classic costumes, and many people even dress up like them for Halloween. But what if these princesses changed their style slightly. Okay, maybe a little more than slightly…
Bartolomew12 redesigned these beauties with a steamy twist. You got it—he steampunk-ed these girls!
The most impressive thing about these creations is he managed to maintain the integrity of the princesses while adding a flavor of Steampunk to all of them. Let’s take a closer look at a few of them:
This mermaid-gone-lady is always an unforgettable Disney character just for the fact that she’s not fully human. Her independence, persistence, and motivation make her stand out as a strong woman and a role model to young girls. This picture captures her standard-Disney look of sparkling red hair, and the very Steampunk outfit she is dressed in gives her a mermaid shape like the one she had in the movie. A perfect remake of this beauty, this picture lets her personality shine!
Belle, the Beauty in Beauty And The Beast, is also magnificently remade. Sporting a pair of simple Steampunk goggles, classy gloves and belt, she personifies both a Disney princess and a sexy Steampunk gal. Although she’s not dressed in her normal yellow ball gown, this picture still portrays her using the same colors and shades as her simple, blue frock. Even without her standout attire, she still manages to shine bright and stand out—making her live up to her dubbed name: Beauty.
This warrior princess is a favorite among many because she can wield a sword, bow and arrow, and any other weapon out there—and still look great while doing it. True, she dressed as a man for the majority of the movie, but green was still her color throughout. Basing her Steampunk look on this, Mulan looks even more warrior like in this steamy attire. With a corset, boots, belt bag, and brass and bronze goggles, this woman really embodies the nature of Steampunk.
Aside from a remake of these lovely ladies, the background picture consists of cogs and gears and all things Steampunk to add an extra flavor to the scene. These fantastic remodelings show how you can maintain a classic princess look and mix it up with a dash of steam.
Try to add a few Steampunk tweaks to your look, while maintaining your usual style of dress. If these princesses can do it, anyone can!