Sister to Elsa, first in line to the throne of Arendelle, Anna is a spunky spirited girl full of dreams of adventure, but her greatest desire is to find love and have real friends, including the friendship of her cold and distant sister. The day of her sister’s coronation, Anna discovers after a fight with her sister Elsa’s secret ability to create snow and ice. Fearing she’ll hurt those she loves, Elsa flees, but Anna determines to bring her home, no matter how cold some say her sister’s heart may be.
Character: Princess Anna of Arendelle
Franchise: Disney’s “Frozen” based on Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen”
Creator: Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck
Version: Journey to the North Mountain
Photographer: None Yet! ^^;
Debut Date: September 4th, 2016
"I’m right out here for you, just let me in. We only have each other. It’s just you and me."
I was… rather lazy with this one… sort of. It wasn’t for lack of trying. Allow me to explain. I love the designs on Anna’s dress, but the thing is, there are so many of them and I’ve yet to save for an embroidery machine so… since I had limited time, I bought the outfit ^^; It is hand crafted by Angel-Secret on Storenvy and I can’t recommend their work enough. They do stunning recreations of new and classic Disney Princess gowns so if you’re in need of one, go check them out! For the boots, I bought a base set of boots and added designs to them to give them an extra bit of flair. For Anna’s hair, I actually use my own and add in a silver weft (though to be fair, when I cut my hair again, I’ll get a wig. My hair for her has to be superrrrrr long!!) And that’s about it!
"I know we can work this out, together!"
I really love wearing this outfit. Out of the two sisters in Frozen, I find Anna to be the most endearing, probably because of her unconditional love for her sister, despite her sister being so distant from her for so long. I love that when she feels she’s done something wrong, she does everything she can to make it right and puts fears of inadequacy aside in the process. I really admire that. I’ve often worn this outfit around children and it warms my heart to be able to bring the character to life for them. I had one little girl see me, jump out of her stroller without her parents noticing, and run over to give me a hug. I didn’t even see her till right before the hug, but it was a really touching moment for me as I was so glad I was able to bring a bit of magic into her life (thankfully, her parents noticed though!). And really, isn’t that what Disney does for all of us? I hope so, because it certainly does for me.