“I want much more than this provincial life…” “Wanderin’ free, wish I could be part of that world…” “A whole new world! A new fantastic point of view…” If there’s one thing Disney heroines have in common other than impossibly large eyes and impossibly small waists, it’s that they are compelled — restless and curious as they are — to seek something more, something greater, something better for themselves. Kind of like a lot of 15-year-old young women.
Disney (which, full disclosure, is Fusion’s, like, parent company) has come out with a line of quinceañera dresses inspired by Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Mulan, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Aurora, Snow White, and Tiana, with an additional dress that the company has named “La Corona De La Princesa” (The Princess’ Crown). As is the trend for many quiceañera ensembles, the gowns range from elaborate (the Belle-inspired satin gown) to gaudy (most of them) to godawful (the Pocahontas and Snow White-inspired dresses).