Photography by Jonathan Olley / Disney
First came Maleficent, and then we have Cinderella. I love that Disney is recognizing the fact that the generation now is more contemporary and more rebellious. And Cinderella's non-white, non-traditional printed wedding gown is a testimony to that.
Costume Designer Sandy Powell says that she wanted the looks in the movie to be "bold and have an explosion of color as if it were a picture book." --and we're so glad that she did.
We loooove Cinderella's wedding gown and we hope that this will finally cement the approval for non-white bridal gowns.
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