I was looking through my लेखाए and realised I didn't have an लेख in which I examined Ariel in depth. I decided to amend that द्वारा लेखन about a subject it's fun to think about - Ariel's गुलाबी dress.

Most प्रशंसकों can agree (I think) that the dress looks quite bad on Ariel. There are several reasons for this: the sleeves are ridiculously puffy and makes her arms look misshapen and the shaping of the स्कर्ट looks... Odd. I just think it's too puffy and big in general.

Another लोकप्रिय reason for the dress looking odd is that a red hair/pink dress combo doesn't work:


However, I personally don't feel this is the case. डिज़्नी has proven that it is perfectly capable of making a गुलाबी dress look super pretty on a red head (a.k.a. Giselle from Enchanted). Look how cute she looks here!

Some of आप may now say that the outfit only works because her hair is MUCH lighter than Ariel's, but I disagree. Look what happens when we put Ariel in almost exactly the same dress:

I don't know about you, but I think she looks stunning! Why couldn't डिज़्नी put her in a dress और like this? A different shade of गुलाबी and different sleeves and Ariel's गुलाबी dress could have been BEAUTIFUL.
Would something like this be TOO much to ask?

I guess it could be argued that डिज़्नी HAD to make the dress shaped like that with odd sleeves to make it look like a ball gown, but if they had to give her a light गुलाबी and puffy dress, couldn't they have दिया something a lot और like Lottie's from TPATF? Her dress is over dramatic, but still prettier than Ariel's.

Overall, I feel that डिज़्नी could have made Ariel's ball गाउन look amazing if they had put a little और time and thought into it. They just had to change the shade and the shape and I would have adored it. I am really glad that they have decided to scrap the dress almost altogether now in merchandising, because it makes me a little sad to think how breath-taking Ariel could have looked.
Ariel's redesign

(Thanks for bearing with me through this fashion rant :) टिप्पणियाँ are always welcome)