In the beginning of the Grimm's Tale Schneewittchen, Snow White's mother pricks her finger with a sewing needle and three drops of her blood fall onto the snow which lay on the ebony windowsill. Oddly enough, this made her long for a daughter of a similar color scheme. While this reflects the arc of the story: (white)innocence, (red)maturity & love, and (black)death, her name particularly represents a season when the world metaphorically sleeps only to be inevitably awakened with the coming of spring.
So I never really got to experience much of fashion-culture growing up and have just recently begun to give it any focus o attention. I have heard of the rule that "Redheads shouldn't wear pink." and I have seen some people discuss this here on FanPop in terms of Ariel and her rosado, rosa dress. I have also read many comentarios debating Aurora's famous "Blue vs. rosado, rosa Dress". In those discussions, I heard a talented user on this site, link say things like "She's a Winter." etc. I thought that was so fascinating! I had never heard of this concept before so I decided to look into it. That is how I came...
Hi everyone! I recently learned about the Bechdel Test from a friend and have been wanting to write this articulo ever since. This test is, at its core, an analysis of how women are portrayed in popular culture. It reveals how much women tend to revolve around men in films, books, etc. To pass the test, a film (or any other work of fiction) must meet three requirements: the film must (1) have at least two named female characters (2) who talk to each other (3) about something other than a man. It seems so simple, right? Unfortunately a surprising number of films fail in at least one of these...
Ah yes. Merchandise. Money, in other words. I adore the disney princesses. They are all unique, and have good qualities. Some are even a little complex and the majority are at least decent role models. That's not how disney markets them. Well, unless their name is Anna o Elsa. For the first 11 princess, they are downgraded into sparkle obsessed girls that look nothing like they did in their original film. Great princesses are forgotten in merchandise as well. The whole system is downright awful. For the frozen sisters, disney markets them as "I don't need a man". They tried that with Merida...
We all know the step-sister from cenicienta that ends up reforming in the sequels. However, many people seem to have criticisms about her because they feel that she shouldn't have been forgiven por Cinderella, there was nothing to mostrar that she deserved to be redeemed, and that it's ridiculous that she got to be redeemed but Drizella didn't. First of all, I think I need to explain where this idea of anastasia reforming came from. In the original Charles Perrault version of Cinderella, Cinderella's real name was actually Ella. When she became a servant she would sleep por the fireplace to keep...
This is a series I'm starting, I did some research, I'm not gonna say I was 100% thorough, and tried my best with each princess. Some of them were easy, some were harder than others. I won't talk about Anna and Elsa because 1. I hate to say it but it's hard to pin Elsa anywhere and 2. The less princesses to write about, the easier for me. Let's go.
Snow White-Earth She was difficult because she shows aspect of water, fuego and earth. Ultimately I went with the latter, Snow White is motherly, practical and the most grounded classic princess. She's doesn't have her mind in the clouds as much....
Well, I did link, and now it's time to mover on to a new subject, noses. Some disney Princesses have regular noses, some have noses that look good with their face, and some have a weirdly shaped, o poorly drawn nose. Keep in mind that this is my opinion, so respect my opinion and I'll respect yours. Enjoy the article! :)
I'm not a huge fan of Jasmine's looks in the first place, but her nose is definitely the worst of all the disney Princesses! It's huge and hideous! It looks weird and if tu stare at it, it basically takes all the beauty that tu see on her off her face. I hate...
13. Snow White Snow would definitely be higher on my lista if her curls were más defined. I like the idea of her hair styled in a bob with a red bow. Unfortunately, that idea didn't come out too nicely to me.
12. Cinderella Strawberry blonde is my favorito! hair color and Cinderella's burnt naranja hair color is no doubt uniquely gorgeous. Speaking of unique, so are her bangs but I can't say I really like them as they look like plastic to me.
11. Tiana The little strands of curls that hang down are pretty cute. Although it doesn't look like tu can do much with Tiana's hair but tie it...
hola guys! I've been meaning to write an articulo about my favorito! Princess wardrobes for a while, but there were two major problems. The first problem was that I didn't know where to place them, and the segundo problem was pure freaking laziness. But, I finally decided to stop being lazy, get my crap together, and write the list. Sequels will not be included, which sadly means I won't be including my favorito! Rapunzel outfit, her wedding dress. And, oh yeah, Anna and Elsa will be included. Sue me. So, let's get started! *Note* Please excuse awful collages.
For such a successful and expensive film, Frozen's complete lack of diversity (particularly ethnic diversity) really vexed me. frozen has four main human characters and out of the four: - Four are white - Four are all apparently straight - Three are blonde Looking at this, tu can tell there is very little variation in Frozen's main cast. In ethnic terms, there really is no excuse of this. frozen needed más POC.
I have heard one main argument (read: excuse) why frozen didn't have any racially diverse characters (and no: I am not counting black background characters). Some say that Frozen...
Forget about all of your opinions on Hans. Just for a minuto forget about any of his scheming o backstabbing that happens later in the movie. Imagine that tu came into to this movie not expecting a villain, o at the very least expecting Elsa to be a villain. What would be the impression tu would have of Hans?
My bet is that it would be almost the exact same as Anna's. In the first hora of the movie, Hans gives no implication that he is anything other than what he appears. A kind, gentlemanly, slightly awkward young man who is looking for a sense of adventure and a way to escape the overbearing...
I was looking through my artículos and realised I didn't have an articulo in which I examined Ariel in depth. I decided to amend that por escritura about a subject it's fun to think about - Ariel's rosado, rosa dress.
Most fans can agree (I think) that the dress looks quite bad on Ariel. There are several reasons for this: the sleeves are ridiculously puffy and makes her arms look misshapen and the shaping of the falda looks... Odd. I just think it's too puffy and big in general.
Another popular reason for the dress looking odd is that a red hair/pink dress combo doesn't work:
You'll notice that characters created around the same time as each other tend to share traits that are popular at the time o big with the artist/director/etc who works with them.
However, I'm not here to talk about personalities. Those have already been covered por many interesting authors who explore the topics far más effectively than I could. What I want to talk about is common overarching themes I have noticed in each generation of princesses.
A common theme with the first three disney princesses (Snow White, Cinderella, and Aurora) I think is maintaining hope and optimism...
I believe happy girls are the prettiest girls - Audrey Hepburn
I can't believe I haven't written an articulo about this, oh anyway I think most of the DP Smiles are very pretty and this is the first articulo where Merida is included
Sometimes pretty, but mostly it looks as if she's forced to smile
Oh come on, her smile is not very pretty, it feels as if she's forced to smile, sometimes her smile can look very pretty, but oftenly it just feels forced and that is one of the reasons to why she's rarely seen smiling in the merchandise.
Pretty, but looks oftenly weird because of her lips
I've seen many of these artículos on here, not many of them are that reciente though. Hardly any include the CGI princesses o Tiana in extreme cases. Not offence intended So I decided to do a slightly más up to fecha countdown. Hope tu enjoy it! :) IMPORTANT NOTE - This is an opinion article. if tu do not agree with any of my choices that's fine but there's no need to make harsh comments.
Due to the reciente 'Merida Princess Makeover Scandal' I am only judging the girls on how they look in the movie, not in the merchandise.
Here are the results about positions 21-30 of the disney Princess Sequel Outfit Countdown, voted por public.
30. Ariel: Seashells (The Little Mermaid II – Return to the Sea and Ariel's Beginning)
We are starting with the Ariel's purple seashells. People say this is just a bra and that it's too simple, but I like it, especially the color. Maybe, it didn't hit it big because we have seen Ariel in a lot of scenes with the seashells in original movie, too?
Position #30 Ariel's Seashells
It's just a bra and a tail and the tail is already part of her. - starlight77
Some people debate over this but here's my opinion. por the way I think all the princesses are feminine, if they weren't they wouldn't be added to the lineup.
1.Tomboy/10.Girly Girl-Pocahontas In my opinion, she's the most tomboyish. She's the only princess I'd describe as masculine. She climbs trees, she jumps off cliffs and she's very athletic. Pocahontas' playful and mischievious in a boyish way. She prefers to go off playing in the woods rather doing her people's equivalent of housework. The thing is, when Pocahontas does these tomboyish things, she's doing them por choice. All the rough stuff...