How To Dress Like A Disney Princess According To The I Dare To Dream Stars

 

Learn from Lea Salonga, Janina Vela, Julie Anne San Jose, Aicelle Santos and Morissette

 

 

On March 23, Disney’s I Dare To Dream concert kicked off at the Mall Of Asia Arena. It was a night of classic Disney medleys as performed by some of Philippine music’s biggest stars. And while the likes of Lea Salonga, Janina Vela, Julie Anne San Jose, Aicelle Santos and Morisette belted their hearts out, they also sported some stellar princess-inspired gowns.

 

 

Lea Salonga as Elsa

Lea definitely took cues from our favorite Ice Queen. With embellished touches reminiscent of snowflakes, the real-life Disney legend rocked it on stage, like she always does. 

 

 

Janina Vela as Rapunzel

I Dare To Dream host Janina wore a simple gown that was inspired by Rapunzel. She took the girly color palette of the Disney princess and made it appropriate for evening wear by simplifying the silhouette and adding a touch of sparkles. 

 

 

Julie Anne San Jose as Moana

Taking cues from Disney’s newest princess, Julie Anne wore a printed and adventurous two-piece gown that screamed Moana. Taking it a notch further, she accessorized appropriately with beaded necklaces, dangling earrings and a gold cuff. 

 

 

Aicelle Santos as Belle

Putting a modern twist to the iconic gown of Belle, Aicelle embraced the yellow and off-shoulder features from the original animation. However, she made it her own by incorporating cleaner lines and adding extra length that swept the floor gracefully. 

 

 

Morisette as Cinderella

Changing up the neckline of a gown really can make all the difference, as Morisette proved in her Cinderella-esque ensemble. The I Dare To Dream star sported a plunging cut that was still sweet and classic. 

 

 

The I Dare To Dream Contestants

And of course, let’s not forget the adorable girls of I Dare To Dream, who put their best foot forward on the red carpet, on stage and during their challenges.

 

 

Late to I Dare To Dream? Click here for a run through of the Philippines’ first ever digital reality series from Disney. 

 

 

 

 

 

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