As ardent fans of the Walt Disney Film Studio, it’s no wonder that we finally put together our enchanting jewelry with the magic of our favorite Disney princess. We take a look at a few of our accessory adorned protagonists and discover the effect their style and jewelry have had on their character growth!
Welcome to the Accessory Appreciation Society of Disney Princess…
Disney Princess Jasmine wears traditional Middle Eastern gold accessories-usually a token of riches and a dowry to marry her. However since Jasmine was born into royalty, it is possible that her wealthy accessories have been handed over to her as family heirlooms. In Arabian cultures, turquoise stone was considered a possessor of protective qualities, and so it was a common stone to be used in jewelry during the 800s (the rough time period that Aladdin was set).
Her oversized gold triangular earrings, gold amulet and turquoise headpiece were a dream three-piece when I was a girl, and how incredible would it look now combined with a bardot style bikini on an exotic beach? The Arabian Nights I’m coming here!
Disney Princess- Moana wears Te Fiti’s Heart around her neck as she sails through the uncharted ocean to return it to Te Fiti-an island diet-and save her people. Once again the stone is a turquoise heavy assortment of rocks hanging from a rope/fabric chain lined with ocean pearls. Rather intricate looking piece for a Disney character, compared to Cinderella’s simple choker or Ariel’s drop pearl earrings-but culturally, the Polynesian-inspired aesthetic suits the bill perfectly.
We’ve got our own opulent heavy set stone necklaces at Baltic Beauty, particularly in our collection of A Kind Jewelry. Including our Special Green Amber Pendant, Floral OOAK Gold Plated Yellow Amber Pendant and our newest addition, OOAK Cherry Red Amber Statement Pendant. They all have magical powers of their own!
Mulan is the Disney princess I like most. In this Disney movie, the first song ‘Bring honor to all of us,’ we hear Grandmother Fa exclaiming that she is giving Mulan beads of jade for beauty and a pendant for balance. For thousands of years in Asia, jade has been considered the most precious of all stones because of her promise of good health, good luck, and beauty. The stone is also believed to banish evil spirits from interference with the wearer.
Known as the ‘Stone of Heaven,’ Jade has been described by Pearl S. Buck as the most beautiful jewel against the flesh of a woman.’ This makes it extremely applicable in the film in which Disney Princess- Mulan is about to meet her matchmaker in the hope of becoming a suitable bride and thus bring honor to her family.
The pendant features the icon Yin + Yang symbol; the ancient Chinese belief that opposing ideas and powers should actually work together to establish harmony in one’s existence.
Explore our Jewelry with Significance in our Biography Series. A curated collection of charm accessories made with symbols and icons to express personal values, mark achievements and share thoughtful mementos.
Another royal Disney who appears to have a family heirloom of turquoise. Pocahontas’ mother’s necklace was gifted to her by her father when he decides she’s ready to take her place in power-but it’s also right before he proposes the possibility of her marrying Kocoum the warrior. The Disney animators say that many of the Disney princesses are found wearing blue; Cinderella, Aurora, Belle, Jasmine, Snow White, Elsa… to reflect empowerment and eradicate the stereotype that girls look pretty pink.’
Chief Powhatan (Pocahontus’ father) is theoretically giving his daughter this powerful heirloom at the point where Pocahontus’ courage and trust starts to advance, encouraging her to step out and make her own choices as a strong female protagonist.
Who knew that Cinderella was the initial style symbol for this ‘modern movement in the 18th century? TopShop and the likes have all put together their accessory shelves with a multitude of chokers in every color under the sun, with every jewel, pattern, or fastener imaginable. But Disney Princess’s Cinderella is wearing a plain black choker with an unexpected class in her blue balloon that few of us millennials could pull off in our Adidas sweatshirts and Air Max trainers.
Do you like this Disney princess? My own favorite heroine; the sassy, ambitious, independent gypsy rebel of Paris, Esmeralda. With a bohemian style that is now copied and influenced by travelers and festival-goers all over the modern world. Big hoop earrings, bright headscarf ( especially embroidered headscarf), ankle chain bracelets and bracelets are all part of our summer must-have lists-not let’s deny it.
Ignite the Hellfire (I’m not sorry for that pun) inside the Baltic Beauty Infinity Charm Anklet that can be worn as the perfect anklet this summer. Bring the bohemian back with our Amber Hoop earrings and style them with a tropical print headband for Esmerelda influenced Glastonbury to get up!
Interestingly, Tangled’s cute Disney princess Rapunzel doesn’t actually wear any jewelry in the film. Might this be a subtle indication of her lack of freedom and self-consciousness? Perhaps. But how great will our Amber Sun Pendant be to reflect an inspired look from her fantasy kingdom of Corona? The sun icon found on the lanterns, on the square of the village, on the walls of its tower, and on the ceiling of the castle, is uncanny to our own amber style!
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