There are some ridiculously superb cosplayers that just seem to have every detail of their costumes matching the characters to a tee. A hawk-eye with the ability to point out every meticulous nuance of a costume, paired with a knack for creativity (and perhaps the inside scoop on the top-notch wig shops) are the necessary parts to producing stunning cosplay.
I am incredibly impressed with these following cosplayers that are able to pull off not just one Disney character, but multiple characters, and have also executed the costumes to the last flourishing touch.
Check out the following cosplayers who are guaranteed to blow your mind with each and every character they portray.
1. Richard of Richard Designs
Richard pulls off the soft, feminine look of Cinderella. I have to say, that wig is beyond perfect!
I would kill for that perfect mermaid tail! Just look how gorgeous it is when the light hits it.
Again! Richard really knows how to do it. I love the lace detailing on the yellow part of the dress.
Ariel and Prince Eric
Richard shows us his masculine side by showcasing his ability to not only play the princess, but the prince too! He's got the luscious dark hair thing going on.
Snow White and Prince Charming
One day my prince will come! Well he's here! Right after he's finished being Snow White, that is. Richard looks so handsome as The Prince!
She's looking for her Tarzan, and looking great at the same time.
She even has a little birdie friend to really set off the costume.
There's nothing like some pink, puffy sleeves to really get your inner Ariel out.
She looks exactly like the cartoon here! Just look how perfectly styled her hair is.
She capture's Rapunzel's innocence and nativity with that curious and excited look in her eyes.
Alice looks ready to celebrate her Unbirthday and get a real tea party going.
Cheeky, sassy Tink with her magical fairy powers. Those wings are really selling the costume.
The embroidery on her dress vest is gorgeous. And where did she find such an excellent wig?
The smooth blue satin material makes the costume so incredibly elegant. I bet she's wearing the most beautiful glass slippers.
4. Traci Hines
Jasmine is one of my favorite princesses of all time. The beaded embroidery on this outfit adds such a delicate and gorgeous touch. That wig is also killing it! I think I know who I'm dressing up as for Halloween...
There must be some fairy magic that occurs when one dons a Tinker Bell outfit...just look at the mischievous look in her eyes!
Is Alice getting bigger or shrinking? I love the petticoat that adds such a bounce to her dress.
The wooden legs illusion is so on point here! Not to mention the little white makeup on the cheeks to make her face seem like it has a gloss to it.
She should wear flowers in her hair more often, as she looks so stunning as Rapunzel here.
She wants to be where the people are. And I want her red hair!
5. Misa Kelly
She looks like a real life doll about to come apart at the stitches.
This cosplayer couldn't be any cuter as Anna. I am loving the striped wig.
Another amazing rendition of Princess Jasmine! Does anybody else wish they had hair as thick and glossy as that?
She is really painting with all the colors of the wind here.
Don't mess with Merida when she's got her bow and arrow ready to use.
What could she possibly be looking at? Perhaps the Cheshire cat?
It seems like I have got to step my game up! I have always wanted to dress up as Princess Jasmine as an adult (my Halloween costume at age five doesn't count), and I feel so inspired looking at these dedicated cosplayers with their attention to detail.
Besides, turquoise has always been one of my favorite colors of all time.