MULAN

Disney's Mulan

Photographer

Consplayers.com

Hair & Makeup

Yaya Han

Styling

Yaya Han

Why I chose to make this costume:

I was suggested Mulan years ago and have always loved the movie, so it's been on my to-make list for a while now.

 

I chose this outfit of Mulans because it was the most "princess-esque" and because I love the colors.

How I made this costume:

I used various Asian brocade fabrics to give the costume texture. Even the white lining and skirt are patterned, though it's hard to see in these pics. The blue "overshirt" is constructed like a corset, with light boning and lace-up back. I also made Chinese hairpins, earrings and tassels etc. to give the costume a more traditional feel. The flower hair comb was sculpted over a regular comb and hand-painted. The flower was a lucky find.

I definitely did NOT want to do the stark white makeup and opted for more natural shades as per the "Reflection" song scene.

Lastly, I altered my hairstyle because I kinda hate the loose bun head look in real life >_<... and I desperately wanted to use my own hair (plus extension loops ^^).

Thoughts on this costume:

I'd love to do a location photoshoot in this costume—it's so dainty and girly, and so very Chinese lol. It was nice to finally make and wear this outfit, and it would be amazing to do a Disney group with my friends!

 
  • Signed Poster/Print - Mulan

    $15.00

  • Signed Print - A Flower in Adversity

    $15.00

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