Hi everyone! I wanted to share with you Disney’s newest photography blog, “The Looking Glass”. I enjoy photography and I was really excited when I discovered that Disney had recently launched this blog. The idea of the blog is to “capture the idea of the theme parks” from a new and unique perspective. Disney has hired seven different photographers to perform this task and so far they have been doing a great job. The pictures are really unique and beautiful and I highly recommend that you check it out.
I love this beautiful, one shoulder dress! The draping in the skirt reminds me of the two swaths of fabric found on the hips of Cinderella’s costume. The silver and pearl accessories add a touch of elegance, perfect for the formal look. Also, I thought that these pumps look a little like Cinderella’s glass slippers!
This Cinderella inspired outfit was based on the pre-fairy godmother outfit that Cinderella wore while doing chores. This timeless dress feels like something Cinderella would wear. The delicate, floral headband also is reminiscent of Cinderella’s beautiful, ladylike demeanor and style. Let me know which ones of these looks you like best in the comments below! Have a magical day! ❤ Jessica
Jasmine always had a seductive, mysterious air which is the main theme that I tried to replicate in this outfit. This simple bandage dress feels like something a modern Jasmine would wear, due to both the snug fit and color. This necklace is almost an exact replica of the one that she wears in the movie, but I continued the geometric gold theme with the earrings and cuff bracelet. Let me know what you think of this look in the comments below! Have a magical day! ❤ Jessica
This first look is inspired by the playfulness of Aurora’s gown. The high-low hemline is the new take on a maxi, long look. The bow detail on the shoes and the sparkle of the earrings adds a girly element, perfect for her character.
This look is inspired by the shape of Aurora’s gown. Although I love the off-the-shoulder look, the one-shoulder neckline is the modern equivalent. I though these peep toe pumps were very appropriate for the theme, as the crawling vines on the heel replicate the forest of thorns that he prince had to chop through to reach her. The geometric shape of the gold earrings also was pulled from the similar-looking tiara.
Which of these two looks is your favorite? Share in the comments below! Have a magical day! ❤ Jessica
I created this outfit as a modern version of Princess Tiana’s swamp wedding dress. The pumps have a beautiful flower attached to the side, reminiscent of the colorful flowers found in nature. Also, the gold chain necklace is embellished with flies, a nod to the frog theme. Let me know what you think of this look by leaving a comment below! Have a magical day! ❤ Jessica