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Incredible Cinderella Costume That Transforms From Rags Into a Ball Gown

Cinderella ball gown

Cinderella might need a fairy godmother to get a fancy ball gown, but Bee of Bubbly Bee Cosplays is her own fairy godmother. The talented cosplayer made a transforming dress for the recent Salt Lake Comic Con FanX and won the Judges’ Choice prize in their cosplay competition. It’s easy to see why. She designed her Cinderella costume as an all in one piece. The dress goes from Cinderella’s rag dress to the memorable ice blue ball gown from the Disney animated film . All Bee does is twirl and untie some strings. Well, that’s all she does after designing and creating the costume.

Watch the magical transformation in a video on Facebook.

Cinderella rags dress

HT: The Mary Sue


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1 Comment

  1. nice job! love the contrasts in fabrics between the shiny,satin ball gown and the more textured earthy toned “rags”
    very well done (^_^)!

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