Jeni Waves her Fashion Wand on Cinderella
I am so excited that I got to play “dress-up” with Hollywood stylist Jeni Elizabeth, who has styled celebrities including Paris Hilton, Carrie Underwood, and Carmen Electra. I presented Jeni with this challenge: imagine my new chick lit romantic comedy Fooling Around With Cinderella was 1. a reality show set at a theme park or 2. a television movie. (Hint, hint…if any producers for Lifetime or Hallmark Channel are reading this, then we need to talk!) But I digress.
Jeni’s challenge was to create trendy news look for Cinderella and Prince Charming. Read her innovative thoughts below on the Cinderella dress, and lots more!
If you could put your own spin on styling Cinderella, how would you dress her? What could you see her in from head-to-toe?
Oo, I LOVE THIS!!!!! Let’s face it, I am not sure that if Cinderella walked through my door right now she would choose to be in a pale blue and white evening gown, or at least I would discourage it! Living with a 5 year old little girl, I am VERY familiar with Cinderella and for me she seems like a great girl with a ton of enthusiasm, a love for animals like no other and a desperate need for a man, which, let’s face it is pretty relatable. So I would want her to be wearing something that’s relatable.
Even in her cleaning days, who wears a dress, torn or not, scrubbing floors?? I mean, I don’t. I’m lucky to have pants on with how some of my mornings go! Before she actually married her prince I would have loved to see Cinderella in a casual pair of Wild fox sweat pants, cozy and adorable. I would have love to have seen her in a worn in T-shirt (perhaps we could have some holes there?) and a cute pair of Converse. Fun, relatable, yet stylish enough to be an icon, even while using bleach!
AFTER she marries her Prince Charming? Well, let’s be real, it’s not like we see pics of Kate wearing sweat pants, BUT we do see her in jeans having fun with her children at the park and I love that. For every amazing Milly dress we see her in, we also see her rocking chic “mom looks” and I truly believe that’s why the public, among other reasons, adores her. I would love to see Cinderella in a fabulous tulle, ballerina ish skirt. Perhaps yellow? A color that is known to make people smile.
She can dance and and glide through life looking elegant, but not in something that requires her to hold her train. I would love to see the skirt with a beautiful wrap DVF top. Again very flattering for really any figure and any girl, classic and yet can be fabulous and amazing at the same time!
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