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Ariel's Costumes

Updated on March 2, 2012

The Costumes of Ariel - The Little Mermaid

Ariel is the heroine of the Disney classic film, The Little Mermaid.

Throughout the movie Ariel undergoes a few wardrobe changes, and this lens is here to analyse each of her different costumes to help people make their own replicas of her outfits.

Why make your own Ariel outfit?

Some people may not be content with the quality of store-bought costumes. Others may like the challenge of recreating a costume as accurately as possible. No matter the reason, costuming is a fun and ever-growing past-time of many young and young-at-heart alike.

Ariel is the property of Disney, as are the images on this page. No copyright infringement is intended.

Ariel as a Mermaid
Ariel as a Mermaid

Mermaid Outfit

I want to be where the people are

The 'costume' of Ariel's that people are most familiar with.

There's not much to it, really! Purple shell bra, green fishtail, and a long red wig.

So how to make a shell bra?

One option is to take a strapless bra with a narrow strap around the back, and sculpt two shells to cover over the bust, hiding the bra cups.

Most clays should work for this, but something with a frame or armature would work well to help strengthen it. Just make sure if you do use air dry or water clay that you don't use an armature because the clay will try to shrink in around it as it tries and can crack.

My clay of choice is du-kit, it has a gentle flex, doesn't shrink or expand, and can be sanded or filed after being baked.

As for the tail, that'll be a bit harder, and it depends whether you're going for accuracy (and are stuck sitting) or want something you can walk around in.

For the fabric, go for a shimmery green fabric, or something that has a green 'fish scale' pattern on it. I personally don't like the look of sequins (far too shiny), It should have a stretch to it, in order to fit as snugly around your hips and legs as possible.

For the fins, use something lighter, and stiffer. If you're doing a 'walkable' costume, you may want fins that can be hooked up out of the way while walking, that can be let down for pictures.

Listen to music from The Little Mermaid!

Listen to these songs from The Little Mermaid, on Amazon! If you'd like you can purchase the songs later.

Ariel's Pink Dress
Ariel's Pink Dress

Ariel's Pink Dress

Dinner with Prince Eric

The Pink Dress is worn when Ariel has dinner with Prince Eric.

It can be broken down into 3 parts - bodice, sleeves, and skirt.

The bodice has a wide scoop-neck which hangs off the edge of the shoulders.

At the waist the bodice comes to a small point in front, but remains horizontal around the back of the waist.

The neckline and waistline both are edged with a pale pink trim.

The sleeves have large puffs which are incorporated into the neckline (Raglan Sleeves). The only gathering around the neckline is that which creates the puffs on the sleeves. The main part of the bodice has no gathering.

There are about 6 diamond-shaped cut-outs around the lower end of the puffs that are evenly spaced right around the sleeve, the interior of which are the same pale pink as the neckline and waist trim. These could be achieved in a few ways - have pale pink panels stitched in place directly behind the cutouts, or have a second pale pink puff created that sits below the main puff which shows through the openings.

From mid-bicep to wrist, the sleeve is closely fitted around the arm, and comes to a small point over the back of the hand.

The skirt is big and floofy, and is gathered slightly at the waist. It is floor-length, and is made up of 2 skirts - a pale pink one, and a darker pink one.

The pale pink skirt appears to be a basic A-line skirt, with a little gathering in the centre-front, coming from the point in the waist.

The 'outer' pink skirt has a little gathering at the waist, but not much. It is also an A-line shape but does not reach the floor. It is hemmed about 6 inches from the floor and is horizontal from sideseam, across the back, to the other sideseam. In the front, the skirt is curved and rises from the 6 inch point in a rounded curve up to the point in the waist where the pale pink underskirt's gathering falls from.

There is a small amount of gathering in this outer skirt, done by simply hitching up the front pieces to the front of the waist.

Ariel's jewellery is nice and simple, she wears little pearl earrings with pearl teardrops, and a white barrette with rounded edges and a scallop design.

Click through the images below for detailed pictures of the dress!

(Images screencapped from the DVD, available on Amazon!)

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The Diamonds are longer on the lower-arm sideGathering of the puffs at the shoulders onlyDrapery of the skirt and underskirtWaist-seam tapering to a V shapeLow-cut scoop necklineSleeves end in small points over the backs of the handsWaist seam is horizontal across the back of the waistGathering of sleeves at shoulder, bright red lipstick, and jewellery detail
The Diamonds are longer on the lower-arm side
The Diamonds are longer on the lower-arm side
Gathering of the puffs at the shoulders only
Gathering of the puffs at the shoulders only
Drapery of the skirt and underskirt
Drapery of the skirt and underskirt
Waist-seam tapering to a V shape
Waist-seam tapering to a V shape
Low-cut scoop neckline
Low-cut scoop neckline
Sleeves end in small points over the backs of the hands
Sleeves end in small points over the backs of the hands
Waist seam is horizontal across the back of the waist
Waist seam is horizontal across the back of the waist
Gathering of sleeves at shoulder, bright red lipstick, and jewellery detail
Gathering of sleeves at shoulder, bright red lipstick, and jewellery detail

Ariel's Pink Dress Dolls

Disney Sparkling Princess Ariel Doll
Disney Sparkling Princess Ariel Doll

Nor so accurate, but it's a pretty dress nonetheless!

 
Ariel: Disney Princess Favorite Moments Figure Doll - Colors May Vary
Ariel: Disney Princess Favorite Moments Figure Doll - Colors May Vary

Swap Ariel between her mermaid's tail and the pink dress

 

Ariel's Wedding Dress - Now I can be part of your world

Ariel's Wedding Dress
Ariel's Wedding Dress

Ariel's wedding dress is very typical of 80's fashion.

The bodice of the dress has a sweetheart neckline that extends horizontally across the front to the sleeves. The sleeves hold up the bodice of the dress, and are one of the most identifiable features of 80's dresses! The sleeves extend about halfway down the upper arm, after which the sleeve is fitted and ends in a small point over the back of the hand. The top of the bodice and the end of the sleeves are hemmed with pale blue trim.

The bottom of the bodice is shaped into 4 'petals', each with a triangular point at the bottom. They are evenly spaced with one each in the centre-front and centre-back, with the other two at the sides. The topmost part of each petal is about 2-3" below the waistline, and they come down just past the hips. They also are hemmed with blue trim.

The skirt is supported with a large petticoat. There is a triangular panel in the front, the top of which is hidden behind the centre-front petal. The panel appears to be about 20" wide at the hem of the dress, and the sides are edged with the same blue trim as the bodice. The panel is palest blue, it is lighter than the trim on the edges.

The veil is transparent and white, reaching to the floor. The veil is held in place with a golden tiara which comes to a point in the centre of the head.

Ariel's earrings are small white pearls with a single pearl drop each.

The shoes aren't seen in the movie, but promotional images show Ariel wearing slippers in the same colour as her dress. I'm not sure whether they have heels or not, but presumably they do since Ariel wore heels with her blue outing ensemble.

(Images below screencapped from the DVD, available on Amazon!)

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Ariel and the epic sleeves of puffinessBodice trimBack of the tiara, and veilSide and back of the dressSleeve hems, with trimSide of sleeves, earrings, and tiaraDress side, front panel and petalsDress frontDress side. The sheer fabric is the veil which has been pulled against the dress by Triton's armBack of the dress
Ariel and the epic sleeves of puffiness
Ariel and the epic sleeves of puffiness
Bodice trim
Bodice trim
Back of the tiara, and veil
Back of the tiara, and veil
Side and back of the dress
Side and back of the dress
Sleeve hems, with trim
Sleeve hems, with trim
Side of sleeves, earrings, and tiara
Side of sleeves, earrings, and tiara
Dress side, front panel and petals
Dress side, front panel and petals
Dress front
Dress front
Dress side. The sheer fabric is the veil which has been pulled against the dress by Triton's arm
Dress side. The sheer fabric is the veil which has been pulled against the dress by Triton's arm
Back of the dress
Back of the dress

Dolls with Ariel's Wedding Dress

Ariel Wigs

After a wig for your Ariel costume?

Do a bit of window shopping before you buy, there's no point buying the first and cheapest wig you come across. Believe me, you'll regret it.

When it comes to wigs, you pretty much get what you pay for. If you want something that's quality, expect to pay extra for it.

Ariel's hair is bright red, but make sure the red is a shade that complements the natural colour of your skin. If you have blue undertones, go for a deep red with a hint of purple. If you have yellow undertones, look for something with an orange tinge.

I think deeper colours look more realistic than super-bright 'traffic-light' shades.

Some wig sellers sell small swatches of wig colours, with which you can see for yourself what the colour would look like on you before committing to a wig purchase. I highly recommend getting a swatch if you are unsure about a colour.

Water Dress (screencapture from the DVD)
Water Dress (screencapture from the DVD)

The Water Dress

This is one of my favourite costumes of Ariel's, but it has about the shortest screen time of all her costumes in the movie!

It is just above ankle-length, is close-fitted, sleeveless, and has a cowl neckline.

To get that slinky look, I'd recommend going for a bias-cut gown if you have the know-how to work with fabric on the bias.

If you just want a regular cowl sewing pattern, you can download a free pattern from here: Burdastyle Cowl Dress

It will obviously need some adjustments, namely the slit up the front of the left leg, and the train on the end of the dress.

Easy to do - print the pattern, and tape newspaper on the bottom of the front and back pieces to lengthen it in order to add the train in. Give the bottom hem a nice rounded shape. As for the side split, decide how far up you want it to be, and just sew the side-seam on the left side from the underarm down to that point!

Cowl patterns aren't hard to find, and it's just a matter of finding a suitable one, lengthening it into a dress, (just take the hem down vertically from the hips to floor), fitting it to the waist, and making the above adjustments.

As for the fabric, it definitely needs to be something with at least a little stretch to it. Blue, glittery, stretchy... that shouldn't be too hard to find! Searches for 'blue glitter' or 'blue metallic' fabric should come up with some decent hits.

Little Mermaid Costumes on eBay

Just want to purchase a costume and don't want to make your own? There are plenty of mermaid costumes out there!

Sail Dress (Screencapture from the DVD)
Sail Dress (Screencapture from the DVD)

The Sail Dress

It doesn't get any more basic than this!

There are two versions of this 'dress/ wrap/ thing'. Not a very flattering outfit, but when a girl's just got a piece of sailcloth and a length of rope, she's gotta improvise!

Version 1: The version that gets the most screentime. The dress is essentially a long tube dress wrapped from the right side. There's one piece of rope that holds the top edge in place, and another piece of rope that goes around the waist, holding the wrap in place and preventing the gap at the side from flying open. The hem is lower on the left side where there is a definite edge to the 'sail' (the edge is squared off like a corner), and there is a giant eyelet (if that's the correct term for it) a few inches in from this corner.

Version 2: The first version we see Ariel wearing, but only very briefly (thank goodness). This again is a long tube, but the hemline is cut very jaggedly. The gap is on the left rather than the right, but appears to be much lower-set than the hip-high split in the first version. The fabric extends unevenly the topmost piece of rope, and the rope is wrapped twice around the waist. A large piece of the cloth is pulled up through the gap created by these two waist-ropes and hangs out on the right side. Picture 6, below, illustrates this version.

(Images screencapped from the DVD, available on Amazon!)

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Rope wraps right around the top of the... topOne rope around top of dress, another length of rope around the waist to help hold it in placeHole in the back of the dress, and large gap in the side to the hipSlightly different version, there's an extra loop around the waist which has a large piece of the cloth partially pulled through it on the right side. Note the giant eyelet!The sailcloth. Note the corner with the huge eyelet
Rope wraps right around the top of the... top
Rope wraps right around the top of the... top
One rope around top of dress, another length of rope around the waist to help hold it in place
One rope around top of dress, another length of rope around the waist to help hold it in place
Hole in the back of the dress, and large gap in the side to the hip
Hole in the back of the dress, and large gap in the side to the hip
Slightly different version, there's an extra loop around the waist which has a large piece of the cloth partially pulled through it on the right side. Note the giant eyelet!
Slightly different version, there's an extra loop around the waist which has a large piece of the cloth partially pulled through it on the right side. Note the giant eyelet!
The sailcloth. Note the corner with the huge eyelet
The sailcloth. Note the corner with the huge eyelet

Little Mermaid items on Amazon

The Little Mermaid videos and the Broadway Soundtrack (with additional songs not heard in the movie!) on Amazon

Blue Dress (Screencapture from the DVD)
Blue Dress (Screencapture from the DVD)

Ariel's Blue Dress

If Only You Could Know...

Probably the easiest of Ariel's costumes to get around in!

This dress has 5 main parts - blouse, bodice, skirt, shoes, and bow.

The bodice is a basic black one with a small V-notch in the centre-front. The front hemline extends into a small V shape too. It's really hard to make out any seams on it, so it's up to you what pattern to go with. I highly recommend New Look 6480. It has the V-shaped hem, and one of the variations already has the V-notch. I've used this pattern for so many corsets for myself and really love it.

The fabric would need to be something black (duh!), preferably a heavyweight cotton. The boning that the pattern asks for will help the bodice to hold its shape.

The blouse is about as basic as it can get. Wide scoop neck, and long sleeves that end in small cuffs, collar follows close to the back of the neck. The fabric is a white/ baby blue colour.

The skirt is a periwinkle blue, and the top is hidden by the bodice at the waist. It's ankle length, and is a basic A-line shape.

Ariel's shoes are plain little black pumps, with a 1.5-2" heel. Going from learning to walk to walking and dancing in heels within a few days - Ariel's got talent!

The bow is pale blue, but seems to be a shade halfway between the blouse and the skirt. It's fairly large, and sticks up over the top of Ariel's head. It has two tabs that hang down which switch between 4 - 10" in length.

(Images screencapped from the DVD, available on Amazon!)

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Bodice and blouse front/ sideAriel's shoes. Hard to tell if they're black or navy from this image.The bow, with short tabsThe skirt. No petticoat underneathSkirt comes down to the anklesSleeves with arms spread outBack of the blouse and bodice
Bodice and blouse front/ side
Bodice and blouse front/ side
Ariel's shoes. Hard to tell if they're black or navy from this image.
Ariel's shoes. Hard to tell if they're black or navy from this image.
The bow, with short tabs
The bow, with short tabs
The skirt. No petticoat underneath
The skirt. No petticoat underneath
Skirt comes down to the ankles
Skirt comes down to the ankles
Sleeves with arms spread out
Sleeves with arms spread out
Back of the blouse and bodice
Back of the blouse and bodice

Real-Life Ariel! - Not really, but close enough!

Fantastic video of Shir, performing "Part of your World" as Ariel with a gorgeous monofin mermaid's tail

Mermaid Tails - Swim in the sea like Ariel!

After a ready-made mermaid tail that you can actually swim in? Check these out!

You could also purchase a Monofin and sew up your own mermaid's tail around it if you want to match Ariel's tail closer

Ariel's Nightdress (Screencapture from the DVD)
Ariel's Nightdress (Screencapture from the DVD)

Ariel's Nightdress

Not so much a 'dress', but still, it's something that Ariel wears!

Once again something pink is forced upon Ariel.

Of all her costumes I'd say this one has to be the easiest!

The dress is a long basic column shame (ie. not A-line or with any flare towards the hem.

It's a matte opaque dusky pink with a wide scoop neck that is not so deeply scooped in the back. Seeing as there don't appear to be any seams on this dress, the sleeves could be either set-in, or raglan style.

There is a pale pink flounce that goes right around the neckline. It's about 2 inches wide, and does not appear to be transparent. In the centre-front of the neckline over the top of the flounce, there is a thin and short pink ribbon bow. The ribbon seems to be about the same shade of dusky pink as the dress, and when tied in a bow has ends that are only about 3-4 inches long.

The sleeves are gathered in close to the arm just before the wrist (think 3/4 - 7/8 Bishop sleeve with a small flare), and where the sleeves end there is a circular flounce of the same fabric that goes around the neckline. This flounce takes the total length of the sleeves all the way to just past the wrist.

The dress is ankle-length, and has a plain hem with no flounce.

(Images screencapped from the DVD, available on Amazon!)

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Ariel on Broadway

Interested in the costumes Ariel wears in the Broadway musical?

"Pink goes with Green" has a great directory with images of Sierra Boggess in costume as Ariel in the Broadway production. The costumes were designed by Tatiana Noginova.

Sierra Boggess sings "Part of Your World" in the Broadway production of "The Little Mermaid".

Ariel Costumers

Beautifully made costumes of Ariel, found on Deviantart

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      hi 2 years ago

      does any one know where i could find ariels water dress????

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      lulemee 4 years ago

      Great lens! I made a doll in the sail dress, I wish I had seen your review before...

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      norma-holt 5 years ago

      Congrats on the award. Blessed and featured on Blessed by Skiesgreen 2012 and also on Squidoo LOTD Lenses 2. Hugs

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      NIce.

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      Sandy Mertens 5 years ago from Wisconsin

      Congratulations on your LOTD!

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      faye durham 5 years ago

      Ariel is lovely. Thanks for sharing.

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      hypermomma 5 years ago

      Little Mermaid was my favorite cartoon as a child. Thank you for bringing back those happy memories of me sitting with my four sisters and fighting over who looked like Ariel :)

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      CarlittoDunaway 5 years ago

      Ariel is so cute!

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      charder 5 years ago

      Love this lens! Ariel is my favorite.

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      Bria-Silivren 5 years ago

      @Fran Tollett: Thanks!

      I think an 11th Doctor costume would be quite easy to pull off - all you really need is a brown coat, a button-up shirt, and a bow tie (add a fez if you can find one too!) A sonic screwdriver should be easy enough to find in a toy store or after a quick search online. Good luck!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Great lens...though i have seen her many times but never thought about her dresses.

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      lilPinkfairy288 5 years ago

      I used to love watching the little mermaid when I was a kid. This movie sure do brings back memory. Thanks for refreshing my memories. Nice share!

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      Harriet 5 years ago from Indiana

      wow, what a wardrobe. Great fun lens.

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      brandrocker 5 years ago

      Beautiful lens. The dresses are pretty cute. It is amazing to explore your research work and costume analysis. I suspect that you were the dress-designer! Keep it up!

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      tally lm 5 years ago

      I love the lens! Congratulations on the lens of the day! My granddaughters and my daughter just love Ariel.

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      lunagaze 5 years ago

      In never realized she had that many dresses

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      priscillab 5 years ago

      Very pretty lens. Ariel continues to be a favorite costume for little girls.

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      getmoreinfo 5 years ago

      This is great I really liked the lip sync underwater video, really cool.

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      Laurel Johnson 5 years ago from Washington KS

      My mother was a skillful costume maker. Alas, I did not inherit her creative skills.

      Loved the lens though. Congrats on LOTD.

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      MartieG aka 'survivoryea' 5 years ago from Jersey Shore

      Well deserving of LOTD! Very interesting and well done! :>)

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      Annamadagan 5 years ago

      Nice lens. I love the little mermaid!

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      The Gutter Monkey 5 years ago

      Congrats on Lens of the Day.

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      AlisonMeacham 5 years ago

      A beautiful lens. Ariel is one of my favorite Disney Princesses. Squid Angel Blessings to you

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      DrIntrepid 5 years ago

      my daughter will go nuts over this lens. Thanks!

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      MarkHansen 5 years ago

      Congratulations on this wonderful lens

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      TNThompson 5 years ago

      I love love love Little Mermaid. I enjoyed this lens!

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      Jules Corriere 5 years ago from Jonesborough TN

      Congratulations on LOTD!

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      JoyfulReviewer 5 years ago

      This is a delightful lens ... nicely done. Congrats on LOTD.

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      joykennel 5 years ago

      Congratulations--great details! You make sewing sound easy! ;)

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      Fran Tollett 5 years ago

      Love your real life mermaid singing :-D Great lens!

      Have any ideas for a 10th or 11th Dr Who costume for size 12 boy?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Terrific lens. Congratulations on LOTD!

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      jaredsgirl 5 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD! Nicely done lens. Thanks for sharing.

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      curious0927 5 years ago

      Congrat's on LOTD! Really nice lens. I'm always envious of those who present these so well! Blessed!

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      jwcooney 5 years ago

      Great lens, and congrats on LOTD!

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      GeniePark 5 years ago

      This is very cute lens. Congrats on LOTD!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      oh, wow, these are all great! I see what you mean. Great lens!

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      Delia 5 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD! very cute lens.

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      agoofyidea 5 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD! Ariel has always been an awesome Disney Princess.

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      accfuller 5 years ago

      Congratulations on LOTD! I love ANYTHING Disney! Great work :)

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      livinglargeandh 5 years ago

      Congrats!

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      JennySui 5 years ago

      Congrats on getting LotD! This is a lovely lens.

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      awesomedealz4u 5 years ago

      Love Ariel! Great lens :)

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      alexaa7x 5 years ago

      Very cute

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      kathysart 5 years ago

      A little girls dream, isn't it just the sweetest thing. Angel blessed.

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      tiff0315 5 years ago

      I forgot about all of Ariel's great dresses! Congrats on such a wonderful lens!

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      jdwheeler 5 years ago

      One of my little girl's favorite movies! She would love to have all these costumes! Hey Flounder, don't be such a guppy!

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      Rosaquid 5 years ago

      Sweet lens. Congratulations on winning LOTD!

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      squid-pinkchic18 5 years ago

      Loved this lens! I'd never paid attention to all the details when i watched the movie, but this was so good! I'd love to see more of these :)

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      elizabethknows lm 5 years ago

      Nice lens.

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      Lauriej1 5 years ago

      Great lens!

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      BlueTrane 5 years ago

      congrats on your LOTD!

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      Bonfire Designs 5 years ago

      Here's to princesses everywhere!

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      caketech 5 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD! It is funny how many of these outfits have slipped my mind...I had forgotten most of these since I haven't seen the movie in a while. This was a nice refresher.

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      Virginia Allain 5 years ago from Central Florida

      Very thorough. I hope it inspires more in-depth costume pages by Squidoo lensmasters.

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      Dianna206 5 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD! I had not realized how many costume changes Ariel had. Ha, ha!

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      Karen 5 years ago from U.S.

      This is a delightful lens :-) Congratulations on LOTD!

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      Eileen 5 years ago from Western Cape , South Africa

      Wonderful lens .... congrars on LOTD

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      JEMArtistry 5 years ago

      Congrats! Very nice lens. :)

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      NC Shepherd 5 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD! I didn't realize Ariel wore so many different costumes.

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      BlissGlutenFree 5 years ago

      One of my daughter's fav Disney characters! Great lens!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This sure was fun to go through, well done especially on the comments between the items for sale. *blessed*

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      wadsworth lm 5 years ago

      Wow, very creative lens. Thank you.

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      BrandonJames926 5 years ago

      Congrats on LOTD -- great accomplishment!

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      Swetankraj 5 years ago

      Really it was a colorful lens!

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      GabStar 5 years ago

      Gorgeous! Congrats on LOTD

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      AlexTedford 5 years ago

      Nice lens! i never rlly paid too much attention to Ariel's costume before!

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      Ribolov LM 5 years ago

      Nice lens about Ariel! ;)

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      seosri417 5 years ago

      Simply superb......

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Such a cute Ariel lens. Congratulations on LotD! :D

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      RazzbarryBreeze 5 years ago

      what a great lens. Very nicely done. Congratulations on LOTD!

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      Titia Geertman 5 years ago from Waterlandkerkje - The Netherlands

      Congrats on your LOTD, such a lovely lens

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      cupcakekitten20 5 years ago

      this is so cool =) I love the video!

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      PecjakJN 5 years ago

      Great lens

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      lasertek lm 5 years ago

      I have watched The Little Mermaid a long time and I don't remember the other costumes. Thanks for sharing.

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      nhtuyenbk 5 years ago

      Yes, there will be much more!

      I have rather limited internet access however, so I'll try to add costumes and relevant links when possible :) Thanks to Petrol blog for this review. Cung cấp dich vu bao ve, là công ty cong ty bao ve chuyên nghiá»p, uy tín tại TP HCM. Thank you very much ! Best Site

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      chrisssy 5 years ago

      Great lens. My daughter is all about the princesses and she always wants their clothes and shoes. We would love for you to make one for Cinderella--her favourite

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      Herman IV 5 years ago

      I remember this movie in the theatre and then singing "Part of Your World" later for a talent show! Fun lens. Thanks.

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      manjuchandra 5 years ago

      awesome...

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Very cute ! Congrats on LOTD !

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      SammyJoDesigns 5 years ago

      Hi there I am hopeing to be ariel for halloween I really love the water dress,but the link you have only has a pattern for a short dress. I was wondering if maybe you had another pattern that is a long cowl dress, if not I was wondering if you had anymore details about the blue skirt I found everything but the skirt. Thanks for this awesome blog it was very helpful even if you don't have mor info. :)

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      SammyJoDesigns 5 years ago

      Hi there I am hopeing to be ariel for halloween I really love the water dress,but the link you have only has a pattern for a short dress. I was wondering if maybe you had another pattern that is a long cowl dress, if not I was wondering if you had anymore details about the blue skirt I found everything but the skirt. Thanks for this awesome blog it was very helpful even if you don't have mor info. :)

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      pinkdress1 5 years ago

      This is all very new to me and this pink dress lens really opened my eyes. Thanks for sharing with us your wisdom.

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      Bria-Silivren 6 years ago

      @dannystaple: Yes, there will be much more!

      I have rather limited internet access however, so I'll try to add costumes and relevant links when possible :)

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      dannystaple 6 years ago

      An interesting start. Is there going to be more? I'd love to see the other costumes, and some amazon/ebay links to vids, figures etc.