From Tiana’s green-layered look to Belle’s bright yellow tufted number, Disney princesses and the dresses they wore are inescapably iconic. In this article, you will find the ten of your favorite actresses who paid homage to their silver-screen cartoon counterparts.
From the braided empire waist to the puffy sleeves and tulle skirts & lilac hue, Dakota Fanning expertly channeled Rapunzel at the 2020 Golden Globes. The gown ball of the actress was made by Dior Haute Couture and by Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Thanks to the pleated skirt and silhouette, the ice blue Reem Acra gown that Gina Rodriguez wore to the 2019 Golden Globes gave us serious Frozen vibes. The dress was covered by crystals that even Princess Elsa would approve of.
The sheer midriff panel and strapless neckline? We would easily see Aladdin’s Princess Jasmine wearing the Alex Perry gown that Lea Michele rocked on the red carpet back in 2019.
It appears that Catherine Zeta-Jones drew inspiration from under the sea for the Golden Globe dress she wore in 2019. The actress showed up on the red carpet in a satin emerald Elie Saab gown with a cascading train and thigh-high slit.
Emmy Rossum wore a tulle ball gown by Emmy Rossum on the Golden Globes 2019. It was the perfect shade of Aurora pink. From the sweetheart neckline to the full skirt, it’s hard not to draw comparisons to Sleeping Beauty.
The Shiatzy Chen gown of two-tone colors that Michelle Yeoh wore to the Golden Globes in 2019 resembled Ariel’s floor-length gown from The Little Mermaid.
She stunned the fans in a blue sequin gown made by Atelier Versace. From the hue and embellishments to the delicate train and chiffon fabric, it’s more than clear that the A-list actress stole some style cues from Frozen’s Princess Elsa.
Kirsten Dunst’s Disney Dress
She could certainly be a true guest in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast in her Maison Margiela Couture gown. From the elegant yellow hue to the cold shoulder ruffled sleeves, Dunst’s dress is a true dead-ringer on Belles.
With the help of Erdem evening gown, Juno Temple channeled Rapunzel from Tangled. Not only did she wear her hair in loose curls, but the purple velvet ribbons accented through the gown resembled the corset bodice on the gown of the Disney princess.
Nina Dobrev channeled Belle from Beauty and the Beast in a beautiful gold embroidered Marchesa ball gown. Her tulle skirt even swayed just as Princess Belle’s did.