What Would Historically Accurate Disney Princesses Look Like?

One artist, Claire Hummel has taken it upon herself to answer this question. She shares her creations at her Tumblr blog and her DeviantArt page. Claire has been sharing these visions since March of this year and according to her FAQ, plans to continue giving more Disney characters a fashionistically (yes, I just made that word up) accurate twist. I encourage you to visit her blog and seek out each original posting, as she goes into detail about the process behind her decisions for each look as well as sharing some videos of the process. In the meantime, I thought I’d post all of the current princesses she has shared to date – EDITED to add – she has now added Mulan, Tiana, and Rapunzel, which I’ve updated below. Check out her links above for more info and to purchase prints! (click to enlarge)

Historically accurate Rapunzel

Rapunzel

 

Historically accurate Tiana

Love this Tiana

 

Historically accurate Mulan

Mulan

 

Historically Accurate Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty's Princess Aurora - my favorite

 

Historically Accurate Aurora pink

And the pink version. 😉

 

Historically Accurate Cinderella

Cinderella

 

Historically Accurate Pocahontas

Pocahontas

 

 

Historically Accurate Jasmine

Jasmine - with a historically accurate Rajah too! 😉

 

 

Historically Accurate Snow White

Snow White - this is another of my favorites. Love this dress!

 

 

Historically Accurate Ariel

The Little Mermaid, Ariel - as a human of course

 

 

Historically Accurate Belle

Belle - this certainly gives a different first impression of Belle, no?

 

 

What are your thoughts? Which is your favorite? Which character would you like to see represented next?

 





About Suzannah Otis

Boston girl living and blogging in Walt Disney World's backyard. Wife, Mom of 3, coffee addict, lover of travel and adventure.