Oct 17 2011

A Steampunk Disney Princess Fashion Show

Published by at 1:00 pm under Images,Movies

Fun fact: Not all Disney princess parodies have to be necessarily slutty. I know, right? Sometimes they can just be plain old creative, which is the case with this line of steampunk-inspired clothing via the Damsel in Distress Etsy store.

They’ve tried to have an undiscovered take on the Disney princesses of our youth, and all of these outfits are available to buy, if you have the cash. They’re all rather corset heavy however, so prepare to look uncomfortable to look stylish.

Snow White is above, but there’s Belle, Ariel, Aurora and Jasmine below as well. Thanks to Sara for the tip!

Ariel

Aurora

Belle

Jasmine





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7 responses so far

  • Jason R

    Blech. Straps, corsets, and long boots on tired-looking girls vaguely color coded to the specific princess they want. Doesn’t even look steampunk….just….thrift store.

  • Audrey

    I like Aurora and Belle the best! *want*

  • David Munguia

    The outfits here are not even close to steam punk. I truly lfell in love with the sub-culture of steampunk and you got my hopes up. Not cool guy, not cool.

  • Sara C.

    These seem to basically fall in line with other steampunk fashion I’ve seen, but I admittedly don’t know a whole lot about the genre. So I’m wondering why they’re such bad examples. Anyone want to illuminate me? I’m really am curious. I got introduced to steampunk culture when I was planning my wedding and found a whole crap-load of steampunk wedding porn to look at. I loved it, but maybe they were all doing it wrong, too!

  • Jason

    Needs moar goggles.

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  • Lexie

    Honestly out of all these Belle is the closest one to steampunk … and even then i would only take bits and peices of it to use for real steampunk dress :D

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