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Every Disney Princess has her signature, stunning outfit: Cinderella’s ball gown, Snow White’s blue and yellow dress, and Aurora’s color-changing final outfit all stick in our memories. It’s easy to forget that some of the Princesses change their outfits, quite regularly even. (We’re looking at you, Tiana.) We asked one of our editors to rank every single Princess outfit we could find, and these are her picks. Let the comment debating begin!
We give her props for creativity in a crisis, but Ariel\'s improvised cloth sack is at the bottom of our list.
This beats Ariel\'s rope dress by a hair, mostly because it is actually stitched together and meant to be a dress.
We don\'t quite understand what\'s going on here. It looks like something from the Renaissance Fair to us.
Four bows is three bows too many. We love the color though!
We are not loving the criss-cross pattern or the pale green hue for a wedding gown.
This is different for Mulan, but it really doesn\'t do anything for her.
While this isn\'t a super exciting fashion statement, we think the red tie around the top-knot really adds some personality.
This is much cuter than the average work uniform, but it pales in comparison to Tiana\'s other stylish outfits.
Historical clothing traditions aside, we do not like the effect of Merida hiding her awesome hair.
The collar and casually rolled-up sleeves give this uniform much more personality than Tiana\'s teal one.
The colors here are a bit muted for our taste, but we like matching the hair tie to the uniform trim.
Yes, this is a nightgown, but we love it. Such class!
The pigtails push this nightgown ahead of Ariel\'s similar pink one.
We love Rapunzel, but this is a lot of one color palette for a single dress.
Similar style, but better color mixing here.
Controversially, we put Snow White\'s casual dress ahead of her fancier one. We honestly feel like the understated hues make her natural beauty pop.
This is a MUCH better color for Merida, and we prefer the cut to that of her other dresses.
We are loving the orange here—how often do you see a Disney character in orange? Bonus points for rocking a casual updo while working.
The details on this otherwise simple frock make it unique, but it\'s the turquoise statement necklace that really brings this look home.
When you\'re born with red hair and a green fin, a purple top is a risky choice, but Ariel makes it work.
The nipped-in waist and statement headband really make this simple outfit special.
If you have to do chores all day, you might as well wear a cute headscarf. Cleaning has never looked so glamorous.
We love pink on Ariel, but the sleeves and layered skirt overwhelm her frame.
But we love the details on her military uniform more, especially the scarf, shoulder pads, and belt.
A pretty dress AND a sword? This outfit combines Mulan\'s traditional past and her warrior present. Love.
Who wouldn\'t love this vintage look with a dramatic slit and pearls?
We love Jasmine\'s harem pant ensembles, but the gauzy wrap takes away from the look, in our opinion.
High-five to Jasmine for abandoning her traditional bare-midriff look here.
This outfit is perfect in its simplicity. That is the French way, non?
She\'s wearing her signature purple here, and she looks beautiful wearing this simpler line.
Bam. This is the roaring \'20s look everybody loves.
We know Jasmine didn\'t choose this outfit, but we are dying over her in red. She should wear it more, don\'t you think?
Great colors, clean lines, and a pop of red with the belt. What\'s not to love?
For some reason, we like Belle\'s monochrome look more than Rapunzel\'s. Perhaps it the simpler sleeve?
Another monochrome look from Belle. This one went down in the history books.
We professed our love for this dress earlier, and it\'s even better with the cape.
This is what wedding dresses should look like—just ask Kate Middleton.
This is one of the best date outfits we\'ve seen. It\'s a classic look, but the blue color blocking gives it something special.
This dress is super similar to Ariel\'s (#6), but we like the simpler bow.
The sparkle, and headband, the choker, and the flouncy skirt make this one of the most iconic Disney dresses ever. But for #1...
We had to go with Tiana\'s blue dress! It\'s similar (maybe inspired by?) Cinderella\'s, but the cut is more modern and we like the brighter blue color.
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