This Woman Spends An Insane Amount Of Money To Dress Like Disney Princesses


As a kid, I was pretty obsessed with Disney movies.  So, it should come as no surprise I spent most of my childhood parading around the house in a variety of "Cinderella" and "Sleeping Beauty" costumes.

Unfortunately, my parents forced me to trade in my whimsical wardrobe once I started elementary school.

However, Sarah Ingle, a 25-year-old from Denver, Colorado,  hasn't let adulthood deter her from living out her fairytale fashion dreams.

That's right. Ingle still dresses up like Disney princesses on the reg, and so far, she actually spent over $14,000 on all sorts of one-of-a-kind princess costumes.

Yes, you read that correctly -- $14,000! Apparently, Ingle has many different ensembles and wigs allowing her to achieve the perfect princess appearances for the Disney characters.

Ingle's magical transformations take about three hours, and thanks to her wide eyes and intricate costumes, it's not hard to see this gal makes one seriously convincing Disney character.

Take a look at the pictures below to see this real-life Disney princess.

Meet 25-year-old Sarah Ingle.

This gal loves to dress up like Disney princesses and actually spent over $14,000 on all sorts of custom princess costumes.

In total, Ingle has 17 different ensembles and 16 different wigs in her collection of Disney costumes...

...and this Disney diva mastered the art of transforming herself into a bunch of fairytale females, ranging from Belle, Cinderella, Snow White and Ariel to Aurora, Rapunzel, Merida, Elsa and Anna.

When it comes to her princess costumes, Ingle is passionate about dressing to impress. She reportedly said, "Each dress can take up to six months to make and I source many different materials from all over the world, including silk and organza before drawing my final designs."

Ingle became so good at her princess performances she even started a business, Princess Ever After, with her boyfriend.

The business lets people hire princess impersonators for special occasions.

Ingle also uses her princess costumes for good causes. She visits children at hospitals and does volunteer work -- all while dressed as a Disney character, of course!

Ingle reportedly said, "I'll never forget the day that I was asked to perform for a little girl who was celebrating the beginning of a break from her cancer treatments."

She reportedly continued, "Seeing her face light up as she sang along with me was just incredible and it was just the most amazing day."

It goes to show, with magical makeup and the right outfit, you can make all of your wildest wishes come true.

Citations: This 25-Year-Old Woman Paid $14,000 to Look Like Disney Princesses (Cosmopolitan)