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These are all the designs that princesses have worn over the years in the Disney Princess franchise.

2000/Present: Design Original

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With the emergence of the franchise in 2000, the princesses were presented in their original designs, with no changes to their appearances, dresses and accessories. In 2004 the princesses worn their first tiaras.

This is the version that was and still is used the most (but less currently, due to the redesign), since it is the look in which the princesses appear in the movies and are best known in. It is also a version that received several "extras", such as ballerina versions, winter, Halloween, Christmas, etc.

Ariel, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana and Rapunzel are the princesses who have more than one look. Ariel is seen as a mermaid, or in her human form, wearing her classic pink dress, or, rarely, her wedding dress; Jasmine is most often seen in her traditional turquoise outfit, but is also rarely seen wearing purple clothes; Pocahontas is seen in her short dress from the first film, or in her princess clothes from the second film; Mulan is most often presented in her peasant clothes, and also in her matchmaker attire; Tiana can be seen in either her blue dress or her classic green dress, she also rarely appears in her dress from the song "Almost There"; And finally, Rapunzel is most often seen in her classic violet dress, but can also rarely be seen with her hair cut and dress from the end of the film, or with her tiara and a purple dress of a different design.

All official princesses have their original design in the franchise, even the most current ones like Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Moana, Raya and Asha, who despite being introduced to the franchise already using new designs, are sometimes also featured in their original designs.

And even the honorary ones like: Anna, Elsa and Elena have this design (Mirabel does not currently have this design)

Honorary Princesses:

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2005: First version of the "Inch Blossoms"

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In 2005 Disney launched "Inch Blossoms", where Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle and Jasmine gained floral aspects in their dresses. This version was heavily used on Disney Princess merchandise in Japan.

The first version was inspired by spring, with light colors and lots of flowers. All the dresses gained the features of flowers and leaves. Some princesses even had their hairstyles modified, like Cinderella, who gained two loose strands in the front of her hair.

Ariel was first given an all-new dress (not used in her film, although it is loosely based on her coral pink dress), which resembles her mermaid form. The top part is lilac (like her seashell bra) and the skirt is green (like her tail). Jasmine was featured in her purple outfit.

2005: First version of the "Enchanted Tales"

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With the launch of the Enchanted Tales series, the princesses gained a special new design in the franchise. The first version was provisional and was not used often. They were considered rare, since there are few images available.

Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle and Jasmine had their dresses changed to colors pulled towards gold, making them lighter, as well as the accessories. Some of the princesses received lighter textures in their dresses, and all wore golden tiaras, with the exception of Cinderella, who wore a silver one.

As usual, Ariel received two versions: one in her mermaid form, and one in her human form. Jasmine was featured in her purple outfit, which turned lilac due to the style used.

2006: Second version of the "Inch Blossoms"

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In 2006, Disney decided to innovate and relaunch the "Inch Blossoms" line, but this time differently. Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel and Belle continued with the floral aspects of the first version, but with Autumn characteristics.

The princesses were presented in a different style, without details on their faces, etc. The colors used were darker.

For unknown reasons, Jasmine was excluded from the second version.


She was given a line of porcelain dolls by Brass Key.

2006/2007: Second version of the "Enchanted Tales"

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The second version of the special line for the Enchanted Tales series was released in 2006 and lasted until 2007.

Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle and Jasmine had their dresses and accessories drastically changed for the first time. All of her clothes and accessories had their colors changed to gold, also gaining various details such as stones and jewels.

All kept their golden tiaras, including Cinderella (who in the first version had a silver tiara).

Just like in the first version, Jasmine wore her purple outfit (but changed to gold); and as usual, Ariel had two forms: mermaid and human.

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2008/2009: Jewels & Glitter

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In this line, the princesses gained several different details in their dresses, which included, capes, ruffles, and many jewels and stones. Furthermore, they all wore golden tiaras.

Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Mulan and Tiana were part of this lineup (although Pocahontas appears occasionally in her dress from the second film) to commemorate Tiana's debut in the franchise.

Aurora, Ariel and Belle were represented by pink stones, in different shades. Snow White was represented by red stones, Cinderella and Pocahontas by blue stones, Jasmine by violet stones and Mulan and Tiana by green stones. Ariel appeared in both her mermaid and human versions, and rarely appeared in a new wedding outfit. Only Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Jasmine and Tiana received covers.

A winter version of this design was also presented, where all the princesses got cloaks and accessories for the cold, such as feathers.

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2010: First version of "Princess Glitter"

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The first version was full of exaggerated glitter, where the princesses gained glitter in their original clothes and accessories, and tiaras were added to their heads.

Only Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle and Jasmine were part of this line. Existing promotional images were used, just modified.

A backdrop of a castle balcony with the night sky filled with fireworks was usually used as a background.

2010: Deluxe Gown for the "Disney Princess Encyclopedia"

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In 2010 a new special design was created for the book "Disney Princess Encyclopedia", where all the princesses wore altered versions of their classic dresses. All the garments became more voluminous, with lots of shine and details.

For the first time, all princesses crowned so far received a new version together. Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana and Rapunzel were part of the lineup.

In addition, also for the first time Pocahontas had a new version of her ball gown from the second film, also receiving a new hairstyle and tiara. Jasmine wore her purple garments.

Merida, Moana, Raya and Asha did not appear on the line because they did not exist until then.

2011: Second version of "Princess Glitter"

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In the second version, the exaggerated glitter was removed, making room for small and subtle sparkles in some parts of the dresses and accessories. The images were lightened, becoming more delicate.

The tiaras from the first version remained, but this time in a silver version, as well as all the accessories (earrings, necklaces) that were also changed (with the exception of Jasmine, who kept her golden accessories and tiara and Tiana; Pocahontas who for her " tiara" be different from other princesses, besides silver has a little gold and red). Ariel, as always, had two versions: one in her mermaid form and the other in her human form; and so does Pocahontas, where she wears a brown and red dress with gold accessories.

Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana and Rapunzel were part of the lineup. An alternative version of the images was also used a lot, without the sparkles and tiaras, leaving the original images just lightened.

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2011/2012: Metallic Disney Princess

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In 2011 Disney also released the Metallic Disney Princess version, where the princesses gained metallic aspects in their images.

In addition, some textures and stones were also added to their traditional looks. All princesses' jewelry and tiaras have been changed to silver.

Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Mulan, Tiana and Rapunzel were part of the lineup. Although Jasmine and Mulan are almost never included in versioned products; due to this fact, his images are rare.

The only princess to have more than one version is Tiana, who is seen in either her green wedding dress or her blue dress.

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2012: Third version of "Princess Glitter"

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The third version was tentative until the princesses had their redesigns, with the exception of Cinderella, who already had her new design (although a version was also used in her original design, just with the sparkles added). In the version, glitters were added throughout the original dresses and accessories, and some of the princesses had the sleeves of their dresses transparent (in the case of Tinker Bell, her pom-pons and wings are transparent). Despite this, not much has changed.

Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana and Rapunzel were part of the lineup.

Images of Pocahontas and Mulan were used only on official Disney Store merchandise. Images of Jasmine were considered rare as they were almost never seen on merchandise, only in books and magazines in poor quality, the only good quality image of her that can be seen is her in her Lilac dress.

Merida did not participate in the redesign, but after the release of her film she began to appear in some images occasionally.

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2012: Pre-Redesign

2013/2014: Redesign

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After a test phase with a provisional version of the redesign, in 2013 the much-controversial and much-discussed definitive redesign of the princesses was launched, where they all got new hairstyles (except, Tiana, Pocahontas, Merida, and Rapunzel) and their dresses and some accessories were modified.

Various sparkles and textures were added to their dresses, making them more 'modern'. And the hairstyles of some were also modified, to follow a more contemporary style.

From the first version to the second there were some changes, such as Snow White's hair and Aurora's dress. It is worth remembering that in the first version Pocahontas and Mulan wore their traditional dresses only with the addition of glitter.

That was the first line where most of the princesses are a part, from Snow White to the most current Merida. Tiana, Rapunzel and Merida were the only ones that didn't have modifications in their visuals (although Rapunzel and Merida got 2D versions, which made them different from what we see in the movies), only glitters and textures have been added to your clothes, due to them being newer.

The line also has a version of princesses with tiaras; another without the sparkles and textures on the dresses; and even one in winter clothes.

And also pictures with the personalities of each one.

Also in the same year, the Palace Pets franchise was created, in which the pets had the same sparkle as their princesses' dresses.

Ariel, Pocahontas and Mulan are the three princesses to have more than one version. The first with three (one in mermaid form; another with her pink dress; and the other with the same dress changed to green with purple details referencing her mermaid form); The second (one with her modified classic dress; and another with her princess dress from the second film with some alterations); and the third with three as well (one outfit is the matchmaker in the same version of "Princess Glitter" only with some modified colors, the other is a modified version of her peasant dress; the other is the same outfit but in shades of gold and red; and the other is also the same, but they are the colors of the matchmaker's dress).

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2015/2020: Redesign 1.5

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With the public complaining about the 2013 redesign, because of the change in appearance of characters (such as Mulan and Merida), they decided to try to mix the 2000 design with the more current 2013 design.

They wanted to bring the princess theme as before, but return to the characteristics of the films of each one, they wanted to launch the new redesign together with the debut of the new member of the franchise, Moana.

In this new design they remained with the same clothes as before (only Jasmine, who had a change in her shoes, and Pocahontas, who had more shades of blue added to her outfit), what changed was just the style of art used, which ended up getting a little more childish, all twelve princesses participated in the redesign, Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida and the youngest Moana (Raya and Asha, do not exist in the era).

However, during the 2023 Ultimate Princess Celebration, Disney Parks made trading cards, where each princess had a card with her image in this design. As Raya had already been confirmed as a Disney Princess, they decided to make Raya in this design to look like the other princesses. However, Raya's entire image in this Design has never been fully published, as it is not used more often, and her image has only appeared once.

All of them remained with glitters in their dresses and accessories, but in less quantity, the only ones that didn't have it was Pocahontas, Merida and Moana, due to the fact that they don't have as much the "Princess" style as the others. This was the second line where the princesses had extra clothes like, winter, dresses without glitter, and their secondary clothes that were more seen in magazines.

Just as Aurora got a version with her pink dress, she also got one with blue, and even one in which her dress is changing color. Ariel continued to have her mermaid version and her human version. Mulan continued with the Redesign clothes, but also had versions with her peasant outfit (used only in promotional images), and her matchmaker outfit (exclusive to the Disney Store). Tiana also had her version with her wedding dress (green), and another with her princess costume (blue).

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2021/2023: Redesign 2.0

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In this new redesign they changed everything that was left to change in Redesign 1.5, they returned all the princesses' clothes to the ones from their movies and completely removed the glitters, and slightly changed the way of painting.

All thirteen official princesses participated in the redesign, Raya having joined the franchise recently, her image has not been fully released, and soon as Asha enters the franchise she will likely get the redesign as well. However, those who have participated so far are Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Moana and Raya.

Like Redesign 1.5, they also had several extras, but the one that most wears two different clothes is Pocahontas, who can be seen wearing the clothes from her movie and the 2013 redesign. In addition to images with paintings and different arts with all of them together.

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2024/Present: Modern Princesses

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In 2024 they announced that the franchise would gain a new logo along with a new redesign. And from now on, Raya will officially be on the franchise's merchandise.

Although the redesign images have not been completely released, it has already been confirmed that all the official princesses will participate in this version. Images of Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida and Moana were released (however, the complete images and in good quality were not released).Raya have so far not been shown in any images with their new design.

In this new design, we didn't have many significant changes, the main focus was to make the princesses' art style more modern, referring to the 3D style. The only changes (in appearance) were in Ariel and Belle, who had a slight change in their hair. Ariel, as in her previous designs, has her human version, and another mermaid.

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