Note: I had to cut a couple out to make the picture a decent size, see the whole thing HERE.
These are dress designs by DeviantARTist CdCblanc of Disney princesses (Pocahontas, Tinker Bell, Kida, Mulan, Ariel, Rapunzel and Jasmine) modeling couture designs based on their actual costumes (link is super-sexy if you're into cartoons). I never realized Tink's wink was so bad aside, they're all pretty good from a design standpoint (and if there's one thing I know, it's women's fashion). I just don't understand why designers always draw models to be 10-foot, 80 pound waifs. What's up with that? I mean, come on, Barbie doesn't even have those proportions. I want to see that shit modeled on a potato, dammit. I wanna know what I'm gonna look like in it!
Disney Princess Haute Couture [buzzfeed]
Thanks to Julie, who agrees a plus-sized Ursula in the mix wouldn't have hurt.
The Pseudomorph dress is the brainchild of Dutch fashionista (damn yeah I use words like that!) Anouk Wipprecht. As the dress is worn, it colors itself with dripping ink. How exactly does it work? Well let me tell you copy/paste something. *ahem*
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Australian clothing company Black Milk is back at it, this time with an R2-D2 minidress (previously available as a swimsuit) and a Han Solo one-piece. My goodness, is there anything sexier than-- "bikini models?" No, I was going to say Han Solo holding a blaster pistol. TRUT... / Continue →
This is a recently released mini-dress (~$105) and set of leggings (~$80) from Black Milk Clothing (of all of these other crazy ladywear things fame). Just a heads up about black milk though: DON'T F***ING DRINK IT. Brown milk? Go for it. Chocolate milk is my jam -- I drink... / Continue →