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This is the best thing ever.

I normally dislike all the weird stuff people turn the princesses into on here, but this one has my approval hahaha. I don't know what board to pin it on. Funny lol, princesses, or frozen!

A lady and her swan

22 Photos That Prove Back In The Day Was Just As Crazy As Today

A pet swan named Leila being helped into a car where she enjoys a ride to the shops. Watson of Buckinghamshire says that Leila, who has been a family pet for two years, can open doors and is a good guard dog.

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe with a Nikon F( my camera) by Bert Stern. There's numerous others out there Bert Stern photographed of the beautiful Marilyn in recent articles due up for auction.

Claire Hummel, an illustrator with a passion for historically accurate costuming recently reworked many of the famous ladies, giving them new garb fitting a stylish member of their periods society. As you can see in her version of Pocahantas above (based on 17th Century Powhatan costume), many of the original Disney costumes weren’t far off, while a few are vastly different.

Reinterpreting Disney Princess Costumes Through a Historical Lens

Historical Pocahontas: Artist Claire Hummel dressed her Disney princesses in historically accurate costumes. Illustration by Claire Hummel

Disney Princesses Redesigned With Historically Accurate Outfits…

Disney Princesses Redesigned With Historically Accurate Outfits…

I LOVE the beautiful apple tree pattern at the bottom of Snow White's dress cool-Disney-princesses-period-costume-Ariel

vintage paris

A classic car, under the eiffel tower, my kinda life Trocadero - Paris 1956

Audrey Hepburn at an Automat in New York, 1950s (Not exactly Breakfast at Tiffany’s)

audrey hepburn making a new york automat look glamorous in the

Aerial view of Muhammad Ali standing victorious after a third round knockout of Cleveland Williams their 1966 during fight at The Astrodome.

Muhammad Ali knocks out Cleveland Williams at the Astrodome, Houston, 1966 [movement] [photography] by Neil Liefer

“I don’t think there was a soul who didn’t love her." -Julie Andrews on Audrey Hepburn at a recent Breakfast at Tiffany’s anniversary event (viaaudreyhepburnfacts)

Audrey Hepburn with Julie Andrews after handing her the best actress Oscar for Mary Poppins :) They both played Eliza Doolittle. Julie in the stage and Audrey in the movie.