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DIY 8 Disney Princesses & Warrior Women to Rep for Halloween

Olivia Zisman

Posted on October 10 2018

We all know the allure and power of Halloween: for one day, you can be anyone you want to be beyond the confines of social pressure and norms—like, for instance, a protagonist, not a minor character. A hero, not a damsel. A self-rescuer.

But 2018 is the year of the woman, of the silence breakers, of the society subverters. For All Hallows Eve, why not outwardly represent our inner heroine by donning the strength and independence of pop culture's favorite warrior maidens?

Check out our top 8 outfits for kicking *ss and taking names!



Hunter Bell's Ballard Romper, $38

Available in Sizes 2 and 4

Skinny's Leather and Chain Waist Belt, $12

Available in S/M and M/L

Blanket Scarf, $16


Chelsea and Walker's Mesa Lace Top, $88

Available in Sizes 4 and 6



Darling's Jamie Dress, $66

Available in S

Elizabeth and James' Blake Choker, $58




Tala by Rio Ritz's Sleeveless Fringe Tunic Dress, $26

Available in S and M

Pink Spider's Turquoise Layered Necklace, $18




See U Soon's Braided Strap Dress, $38

Available in M

Wehve's Light Knit Scarf, $28




Charles Nolan's Car Wash Pleated Skirt, $30

Available in Size 6

Hotel Particulier's Silk Mock Layer Sweater, $78

Available in L

Vaneli's Pegaso Pump, $28

Available in Size 7.5N



Three Dots, Sanded Jersey V-Neck, $16

Available in XS

Etienne Marcel's Khaki Cargo Pants, $28

Available in Sizes 25 and 26

Calvin Rucker's Karma Police Army Jacket, $38

Available in XS and S

Frye's Pull On Boot, $56

Available in Size 6



Caelum's Fly By Tank, $18

Available in M and L

Theory's Military Short, $35

Available in Size 0

Rebecca Minkoff's Maddox Bootie, $85

Available in Size 6.5M



Hache's Asymmetrical Leather Vest, $175

Available in Size 40

J’Envie's Ribbed Turtleneck, $34

Available in XS and M

European Culture's Drawstring Cargo Pants, $62

Available in XS, S, and M

Culeka by Mile Jaramillo's Cubic Boot, $86

Available in Sizes 7 and 8


Notice a common theme for these costumes, aside from empowerment? . . . Hair! Whether it is Cindy's up-do, Snow's bob, Hermione's frizzy waves, or Leia's halo braid, hair can make or break these female warrior costumes—but of course, nothing can make or break the heroine herself, am I right? *boob bump, ladies*


Let us know in the comments below about any female warrior favorites we may have missed!


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