You know my Rapunzel Costume post? Well here’s the outcome. I really waited until the last minute, but it turned out pretty cute I must say. And Chloe felt like a princess for sure. I changed up the colors a little (I like the deeper old school Rapunzel purple, not lavender hues) and I didn’t fuss with the sheer long sleeves or an overskirt. I had visions of any sheer fabrics getting ripped or snagged. If I had enough of the lace, I would have added it to the bottom of the dress, too…
Isn’t that wig to die for?
Here’s a closeup of her spacey-eyed look. Those are her real bangs peeking out from under the wig – the same color! For the laced-up ribbon in front, the Simplicity 2065 pattern called for eyelets. That sounded too complicated, plus I couldn’t find an eyelet-maker anywhere. So I just laced up a large needle and weaved it right in.
We ran into one of her best friends, so they went trick-or-treating together. Aren’t they sweet? Rapunzel and Red Riding Hood.