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Disney Store Frozen Elsa Limited Edition LE Costume, Blue


List Price: $900.00
Price: $849.99 + $6.99 shipping
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S 6 Small Size Chart
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  • Bodice features dangling metallic ''icicles'' edged in lace, pearlescent beads, and rhinestones Bodice top layer of organza accented with sequins Dress top layer features silver foil pinstripes
  • Limited Edition of 1500
  • Authentic and exclusive Disney Store product with reliable quality and durability
  • Offical Frozen label sewn inside Faceted jewel snowflake brooch Detachable cape with flock snowflakes, and sequins Cape attaches with clear jeweled buttons
  • Metallic lam�� underskirt over layers of tulle and satin Mesh shoulders and sleeves with rhinestone accents Costume comes in deluxe organza and satin cover with satin bow, padded satin hanger, and Frozen label

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A cape of snow falls around this glamorous limited-edition Elsa costume that will bring to life the mysterious Frozen beauty. Elegantly detailed, with a bodice of shimmering ''icicles'' to brighten the most wintry kingdom.

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    360 of 400 people found the following review helpful By Jarad Denton on February 3, 2014
    Size: S 6 Small
    I know there are many naysayers regarding this dress, but I have to say - after setting aside my monthly house payment to cover the cost of this item, I am firmly convinced that I made out like a bandit. There are several amazing features that I was able to justify draining our bank account to my soon-to-be ex-wife.

    1. This beautiful Elsa dress is made by starving Dominican worker-children - which clearly spells quality. The stitching still has remnants of blood from where they pricked their tiny fingers, a true testament to the dedication the children have for their craft. If you look closely, you will notice that the sparkles are not cheap, dollar store glitter - they are the dried, salty tears of the tiny seamstresses.

    2. The cape itself was designed and tested by an executive at Wayne Enterprises. Made from cutting-edge memory cloth, it will transform your beautiful fairy tale princess into a vengeful crime fighter almost overnight. Simply apply an electrical current through the space-age fabric and let the soaring fun begin! The only drawback is that the costume itself is not resistant to electricity, so the advantage of flight comes at the cost of toddler electro-shock.

    3. A little known fact is that this dress actually gives the wearer magical ice powers. I myself was ignorant to this when I dressed my beautiful princess as Elsa. Within 20 minutes, she was freezing things all over my house: furniture, electronics, cats, etc. The fun didn't stop there. After two weeks, my angel is completely drunk with power - which unfortunately explains the state of Atlanta and most of the southern United States.
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    95 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Genene Y. on January 8, 2014
    Size: S 6 Small
    I haven't purchased this, but who would? The price has to be a joke, right? This is a mortgage payment! Unbelievable!!! The seller should be ashamed....
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    28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By nicnmal on February 14, 2014
    What a crime! Disney is going to get this back in stock so everyone just hang tight - dont pay this. I cannot believe someone would actually list this for sale at this price.
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    60 of 78 people found the following review helpful By FunkHouse9 on February 10, 2014
    Size: S 6 Small
    What Disney does not properly explain in justifying the cost is how magical this this dress really is. It starts with a base layer comprised of junior-length Spanx(tm) which help smooth out all of that unsightly cellulite and start pulling things into place. Next they have a lace-up corset which helps to not only give her that hourglass shape that everyone wants their young child to have, but also helps to straighten out her scoliosis. Thanks to the Disney Store, we don't need Obama and his socialized medicine! The corset pushes the excess in and up which works along with the built-in, padded, push-up training bra to make my daughter easily look like an a-cup (she's 7). At first, I thought the underwire was probably unnecessary, but now I understand that it will help her young body develop with the shape (up top) that the boys prefer. They even went the extra mile and incorporated the Booty Pop(tm) undergarments so she can get that extra bang for my buck (if you know what I'm saying). The needlework is of the highest quality and the detail is extremely fine, like only those small Cambodian-child hands can achieve. Considering the price of the dress, I hope their sweatshop has air conditioning.

    Once we manage to get my daughter squeezed in and laced up, she finally looks like the child I always wanted. How can you put a price on transforming Honey Boo Boo into a cross between Princess Diana and Stevie Nicks, with just a hint of Kardashian for that "classy lady" feel? Yes, the tears from discomfort ruined her makeup the first couple of times we applied it, but once the tears ran out, she was able to breathe (small) sighs of relief that she is finally making her daddy proud. She'll be twerking and pregnant before I know it.
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    13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Calano on May 21, 2014
    Size: S 6 Small
    Take one white twin size sheet, zero cost because we all have them. Fit to size, make sure the child has plenty of train. Cut or rip (I ripped because I was too lazy to find a pair of scissors), besides most fabric rips straight if done on the grain. Tie around their little necks and push them outside. Sure you can safety pin it but why bother? Give them a bag of ice on a hot day or a cold one, doesn't matter. They'll play for hours. Find a babysitter, take best friend to lunch and shopping on the $1000 you just saved.
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    51 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Vidette on January 24, 2014
    Size: S 6 Small
    Really. Who needs to eat? I will just starve my little princess, and the rest of the family for a few month, so she can live the dream and dress-up as an empowered ice queen. What a bargain.
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    12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By netalia on March 11, 2014
    Size: 8
    Yes, the average American worker could totally afford a little less than a HOUSE payment for a dress. This is a logic price for a dress that sold in Disney stores for about $199. You are brilliant, seller...Way. To. Go.
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    35 of 48 people found the following review helpful By mummaof3 on February 5, 2014
    Size: S 6 Small
    Laughable! That anyone would think people could afford this for a costume for their child and that they have the guts to ACTUALLY list it for sale at these prices! Wish I could give negative stars to these theives!
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