A few weeks ago, I started to put together a post about Closet Cosplaying or Disneybounding Elsa from Disney’s Frozen. It turned out that I had WAY too many clothes that just screamed Elsa at me, so I broke the post up and did the first part on Coronation Elsa. Today I’ll be sharing with you my everyday looks for Elsa’s outfit after she’s let go and become the ice queen.
This outfit is all about the bright blue, some sparkle, and the colour of Elsa’s hair. I’m lucky in that I’m also blonde, but I still found bringing in some gold touches helped to get the point across. If you can’t remember exactly how Elsa’s dress looks (who are you anyways?), here’s a photo:
This is a pretty classy outfit that I could wear to work or anywhere that I want to look put together. The blue dress is a little dark for Elsa, but the lace pattern and light blue shining through totally make it work. The blazer is perfect Elsa, with the blue fabric and gold buttons. Of course I accessorized with my favourite snowflake earrings and a side braid. I think this look totally seems like something responsible Elsa would wear in real life.
The next outfit:
I also feel like this look is totally work-appropriate if your office is somewhere that you can wear fun patterns. This dress is awesomely Elsa-inspired, really bringing out the purple of her eyeshadow and pairing it with the blue of her dress. In my hair I have the Elsa-inspired bow that Justine bought me for my birthday last year. I love these frilly socks and felt like they were the perfect touch to this pretty and professional outfit.
On to number 3:
This adorable outfit is perfect for a casual day at the mall or even brunch with the parents. The sparkly skirt and Elsa hair bow add some fun touches, while the collared shirt and cardigan keep it classy. I’m also still wearing my snowflake earrings!
Now for the final Elsa look in my closet:
Ok, so this one is a bit of a joke. It is actually kind of my Halloween costume from last year when Kris, Justine, and I were Hipster Disney Princesses. That being said, I wear my Let It Go shirt in real life, and I want to wear the moccasins and beret too (though not together). The only thing the jury is out on is the fur vest, but the world of fashion is telling me that it’s a thing.
Have you ever done a Frozen closet cosplay? Let us know in the comments or tweet a picture to @Fangirls_Online! We can’t wait to see what you’re wearing.