Shared April 29, 2019
Fashion historian Raissa Bretaña fact checks the historical accuracy of Elsa and Anna's costumes in Disney's Frozen. She analyzes Elsa's coronation dress and Anna's trading post outfit, and explains every layer of historical dress from 1840s Norway, from chemise and petticoats to crown and cape.
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