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Disney Princesses Dressed as Their Princes

by Hazel Chua

Disney has always dressed up their princesses in the fanciest, girliest of threads – with a few exceptions of course, including the time when Ariel still had her tail and when Merida was being, well, Merida. But think of Belle and Aurora and all the others who are always dressed in their Sunday best. It doesn’t seem very comfortable, does it?

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Perhaps with this in mind, artist Haruki Godo created an art series where the Disney princesses put their dresses aside in exchange for their princes’ clothing. It’s amusing, if not wonderful, because it adds a whole new dimension to the princesses, even if they weren’t rendered by Disney.

Jasmine, in particular, looks particularly fetching in Aladdin’s garb.

You can check out the rest of the princesses, including Rapunzel, Vanellope, Tiana, and Megara, in the gallery above and over on Haruki’s DeviantArt page.

[via io9]

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