Soon You Can Get Married in a Gown Inspired by Frozen's Elsa

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If you're looking to ride your Frozen fandom into a new chapter of your life, great news: Soon you'll be able to acquire a wedding dress inspired by Elsa. It'll match your ice sculptures perfectly!


Alfredo Angelo, which has the officially licensed Disney Princess wedding dress business on lock, will add an Elsa gown to their lineup starting in January. And the company offered In Style a sneak peek (h/t Cosmo). Expect an "ice-blue softly-flared sheath gown with a sweetheart neckline made with layers of satin, tulle, glitter net and organza," plus a Watteau train (whatever that is) and lots of beading for SPARKLES. The thinking:

To start the design process, [Chief Creative Officer Michele] Piccione looked at the moment in which Elsa transforms and "finally embraces her icy powers" during the song "Let It Go," a tune so magically voiced by Idina Menzel. "We wanted to translate Elsa's inner beauty and individuality into a sophisticated gown that exudes this," says Piccione.


Of course, if you really want to match the glitter of the original, what you'll really need is obviously a $10,000 PNINA. I've seen enough Say Yes to the Dress to know that much.

Photos via AP Images, Alfred Angelo.

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They took Elsa's dress and ... turned it into every third wedding dress on the rack.