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Best Princess Merida Costume Guide
Princess Merida, the main character of the 2012 Disney Pixar film Brave, is the headstrong and free-spirited daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor. Merida, voiced by Kelly Macdonald, was officially added to the list Disney Princesses as the 11th Princess. As the first Pixar female lead, the tomboyish Merida is a skilled archer who does not fit the stereotypical princess persona. Dress up like the Scottish Disney princess with this Princess Merida costume guide.
Cosplay Merida’s looks with a Princess Merida Cosplay Wig, H&M Dark Green Maxi Dress, Tan Suede Genuine Leather Belt, Gold Arrow Pendant with Necklace, and Dark Brown Elia Slouch Boots. Get ready to shoot like the Scottish princess with an OMP Suede Side Quiver and Wooden Bow Set with Arrows.
Princess Merida Cosplay Costumes
Here’s your chance to become an archery master! Merida’s look from the Disney Pixar movie Brave may seem like a task to put together, but you would be surprised how easily you can find all the pieces. Take a look at a few thrift stores for Merida’s dark green dress. You probably already have a pair of brown boots and a tan belt marking those two items off your list! Merida’s gorgeous red hair is best to find online or in a costume shop—you don’t want to mess that up! For the bow and arrow set, quiver, and arrow necklace, you will want to grab those online to make sure get just the right ones to wrap up the costume properly.
Merida is known as brave and independent girl, so her costume is perfectly acceptable as a solo cosplay. If you want to bring a couple friends along, we have some costumes for them too! King Fergus and Queen Elinor are great characters to go along with you! If Princess Merida isn’t the right costume, check out the best Disney Princess costume collection for even more ideas.
About Princess Merida
Merida is the not-so-lady-like princess from the 2012 Disney Pixar animated film, Brave. Where most princesses would be proper and prefer anything girly, Merida would much rather race her horse, practice archery skills, and play with her younger triplet brothers. Merida and her mother don’t have the best relationship because her mother wants Merida to do all the things that a tradition princess is expected to do. Merida wishes to change her fate from being a tradition princess.
Princess Merida represents young girls who don’t fit into the typical mold because she is quite headstrong, outgoing, and stubborn about her thoughts. Tomboyish and brave, Merida knows exactly what she wants in life and plans on accomplishing her own dreams rather than being told how to live her life. Merida’s rebellion against society’s expectations takes her on the adventure of a lifetime.