How to Dress Like Aladdin

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Purple No Pocket Uniform Vest
Red Fez Hat
Disney Aladdin Abu Plush Doll
Red Renaissance Sash
Soft Modal White Spandex Harem Pants
Brass Genie Lamp

Best Aladdin Costume Guide

Dress up like Aladdin from Agrabah who with his pet monkey, Abu, runs into Princess Jasmine and begin a friendship. Look like you’re a part of the hit Disney movie as you attempt to win Jasmine’s favor with the help of Genie.

Get the look of the “the street rat” with a Red Fez Hat, Purple No Pocket Uniform Vest, genieRed Renaissance Sash, and a pair of Soft Modal White Spandex Harem Pants. Bring along a Plush Abu Doll and Brass Genie lamp to have the entire costume.

Aladdin Cosplay Costumes

Everyone’s three wishes will be to look like you when you’re in your Aladdin cosplay costume. Dress up as “Al” from the beloved film Aladdin, and you’ll look like you came straight from Agrabah. Carry around a cute stuffed Abu with you, and you’ll go from street rat to fan favorite.

You won’t need the help of Genie and his wish-granting powers to cosplay as Aladdin. With some harem pants, a purple vest, and a red fez hat, you’ll have all you need to pull off his look. Add a gold genie lamp to your costume to make it even more magical. These Aladdin cosplayers look like they’re ready to explore the Cave of Wonders.

Aladdin Costume Tips & FAQs

Embark on a magical journey with our Aladdin costume guide FAQ, inspired by the classic animated movie “Aladdin.” This guide is designed to help you recreate the iconic look of the charming street-smart hero, capturing the essence of his adventurous spirit and heartfelt story.

Aladdin's signature look is simple yet iconic. The main elements include a pair of billowy, white harem pants and a purple, waist-length vest that's worn shirtless underneath. He is often barefoot, but for practicality, you can opt for simple brown loafers or barefoot sandals. Aladdin also wears a red fez with a small purple feather. His outfit reflects his humble beginnings and agile nature.

Aladdin has a short, somewhat unkempt hairstyle that reflects his street-smart and free-spirited personality. If your hair matches this description, simply style it to look a bit tousled. If not, consider using a short, black wig that can be styled accordingly.

Aladdin's costume is minimalistic when it comes to accessories. However, a crucial prop is the magic lamp, which is central to Aladdin's story. A replica of the lamp can be carried as a prop to add authenticity to the costume. Additionally, a simple purple sash tied around the waist can replicate the look from the movie accurately.

In the animated movie, Aladdin is usually barefoot, which suits his agile and street-savvy character. However, for comfort and practicality, you can wear simple brown loafers or barefoot sandals that give the illusion of being barefoot while providing some protection and comfort.

To bring more authenticity to your portrayal, you can use some of Aladdin's memorable quotes from the movie, such as: "Do you trust me?," "Someday, Abu, we'll be rich, live in a palace, and never have any problems at all.," "Genie, you're free.," "I'm not a prince. I'm just a guy, just Aladdin." and "This is all so magical." These quotes capture Aladdin's adventurous nature, his dreams, and his journey from a street rat to a hero.

About Aladdin

Aladdin grew up on the streets of Agrabah with his pet monkey, Abu. After meeting and falling in love with Princess Jasmine, Aladdin was arrested and tricked by Jafar into entering the Cave of Wonders to retrieve the magical genie lamp. Inside the Cave of Wonders, Aladdin unleashed the genie from the lamp, and he was granted three wishes.

Aladdin wished to be a prince, in hopes of impressing Princess Jasmine. While Aladdin worked to win over the Princess, Jafar planned to marry her in an attempt to become ruler of Agrabah. With the help of Genie, Jasmine, Abu, and Magic Carpet, Aladdin foiled Jafar’s plot and saved Agrabah. After their victory, Aladdin revealed to Jasmine that he wasn’t actually a prince. She didn’t care that Aladdin had spent his life living on the streets, and the two get engaged. Aladdin decided to use his last wish to free Genie from the lamp.


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