The Cinderella gown has had MANY interpretations over the years. From a short red asymmetrical look to a huge white ballgown, Cinderella's look has been reimagined over and over again.
Here are 10 of the best Cinderella gowns, ranked.
(Although in a close-up during the proposal/stabbing scene, her hand is embellished, which I thought was a cool touch to her look.)
Plus, she wears a crown made out of gold leaf, which is DEFINITELY a different take on Cinderella's look.
7. Probably the most underrated Cinderella adaptation, "After the Ball," features impressively quick fashion changes.
In the film, Portia Doubleday switches between her true identity and a male alter ego in order to design for her father's fashion line, which is overseen by her evil stepmother.
Since it's more of a ~stylish~ approach to the Cinderella plot, Doubleday wears a short gown to the event.
Hey, maybe wearing a shorter dress made it easier for her to change identities.
5. Although Disney's 2015 live-action "Cinderella" was the most fantastical, some elements of her look were a little bit much.
I loved the color, but I seriously don't know how she didn't trip over all of that fabric! Honestly, I thought Helena Bonham Carter as the fairy godmother had a better look. Just sayin'.
(Side note: The live-action movie had THE BEST transformation, hands down. )
I went to see this movie in theaters with my friends, and if three skeptical adult women can be left speechless, then you know it's good.
The film ALSO has one of my favorite makeover scenes ever.
Lopez's Harry Winston diamond necklace will forever be in my mind.