Everything Wrong With Those "Historically Accurate Disney Princesses" Videos - RANT 

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Karolina Żebrowska
I was originally planning to make a video with my own versions of historically accurate Disney princesses, but I feel like - because my focus is on European fashion - I need to make more research on the Eastern princesses. but it's still coming one day, stay tuned. also sending lot's of love to all the video creators whose videos I discussed! no hard feelings and I'm looking forward to your future work!
Ollie No
Ollie No 9 dias atrás
Joseph O’Dell
Joseph O’Dell Mês atrás
@Junko Enoshima everyone is
Junko Enoshima
Junko Enoshima Mês atrás
I am still waiting for the video
Lori Shafer
Lori Shafer 2 meses atrás
Still waiting on that video! 😊
Erin B
Erin B 2 meses atrás
Collab with Xiran!
Leila Jaafari
Leila Jaafari 2 dias atrás
I love ur earrings. Very pretty.
Thank you to all the people who scroll all the way down through the comments to find all the sad, unliked ones. You’re really the biggest veterans, people. Thank you.
Charisma Girl
Charisma Girl 4 dias atrás
Disney never had any interest or respect for history, sadly. And today, it is worse than ever because even historical novels and biopics (like ones about Emily Dickinson and Anne Boleyn!) are dumbed down and filled with PC politics...race-blind casting and characters spouting feminist theory. At least Disney used to just be animated cartoons, based (very loosely) on fairy tales. So no specific historical period and they ran with that, making a mishmash out of all of it. My actual beef with Disney is that in many cases, they have taken our shared FOLK HISTORY -- the oral tradition of stories handed down for millennia -- and warped them beyond recognition.
Qija1-Kristina 5 dias atrás
Cries in Danish when looking at Ariel who I grew up knowing as a blonde mermaid named Sirene🤧
just a human passing through
I subscribed because of 3:10
Ma Burro
Ma Burro 6 dias atrás
I couldn't care less about fashion (let alone the historical one) but your videos are so interesting I see one after another
Karolina: “And I haven’t eaten my breakfast~” Ad: “I’ve had to overcome emotional, stress eating...”
That Boy Bookworm
That Boy Bookworm 8 dias atrás
Those are literally the dumbest things ever sometimes. My biggest pet peeves were "Princess and the Frog" and "Mulan". With their "Princess in the Frog" they spent 9 hours nitpicking how this FAIRYTALE LAND DRESS wasn't compliant with 1920S NEW ORLEANS. IT IS A FANTASY WORLD YOU NIMROD. OF COURSE IT WON'T COMPLY WITH 1920S. And the "Mulan" they basically said at the beginning "we don't know much about Northern Wei fashion but we're gonna act like we know all about it the entire video". GUHHHHHH.
Evelyn Plumley
Evelyn Plumley 8 dias atrás
Karolina: "nobody knows all of fashion history.." me: *thinks of bernadette banner* "ahah but she does"
Blumen Seele
Blumen Seele 11 dias atrás
Queen, pls bless us with your Skincare Routine
Sarah Schroeder
Sarah Schroeder 11 dias atrás
🤣"mashing up the beginning of the 1900s and the Spice girls. Ig we'll never know"🤣
Sarah Schroeder
Sarah Schroeder 11 dias atrás
i LOVE Your earrings. they look awesome on you
Macaroni and Cliches
Macaroni and Cliches 12 dias atrás
challenge: play the first 10 seconds of every Karoska video and take a shot whenever her camera is too low
J L 13 dias atrás
Not a professional, but definitily knowledgeable on the subject. I love her so much
Huyền Trang Phạm
Huyền Trang Phạm 14 dias atrás
Sooo late to the party but can you create a "20th century" look. Like the sleeves, the bodice, the skirt shape, the underlayers, the hair, the makeup, the accessories, the shoes...all from different years.
Naturallyashley86 14 dias atrás
EXCELLENT point on how things vary greatly throughout a century. If they were depicting the 1920 is vastly different from the every other decade, like 80s or 90s etc
Breandan Frederick
Breandan Frederick 19 dias atrás
I get a kick out of the difference between the dresses that Cinderella and her step sisters wear. Talk about a historical miss match.
Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith 25 dias atrás
The only one I trust is Bernadette’s. She was talking about Edwardian London (specifically 1910) and that seems to be her comfort zone.
Slaine Troyard
Slaine Troyard 26 dias atrás
your voice sounds like jordan peterson when he is angry
Birdie Stheno
Birdie Stheno Mês atrás
There was a castle by the 1840’ Georgia , like state?????? Or the country?
PrincessBunhead Mês atrás
I watched a few of those and stopped. Cinderella is never right because the origin of Cinderella is ancient Egypt/Greece.
Catherine of Aragon
ok, for azaleas dolls case. thats a doll divine game. it has limited items. its a tudor game, almost elizabethan. snow white is german. they had different fashion styles
Katie Mês atrás
I would love to see you demonstrate what it would look like if someone made a 20th century mash up outfit lmao
Lindsey Squire
Lindsey Squire Mês atrás
Buzzfeed: Ariel is from Georgia Hans Christen Anderson: *Danish* Ariel: *the daughter of a Greek mythological figure*
wsa18 Mês atrás
But that's how job descriptions work right? Everyone's a unicorn nowadays. Unicorns everywhere. Wow
La Pleb
La Pleb Mês atrás
5:29, my English teacher in a presentation about the early Elizabethan era just decided to call stays a corset and I was just so angry and I wanted to scream “Those are stays not corsets, corsets are nonexistent until like way later”
AJ 1978
AJ 1978 Mês atrás
Looking up how people dressed in different cultures only takes a few minutes. It's not something that 'nobody is capable of knowing.'
денис дроздов
I need to design a 20th century outfit -- a pinstripe west, tie-dye shirt, bell-bottoms and a bulky square jacket.
Irene Gavidia
Irene Gavidia Mês atrás
Meme Mom You have a inacuracy on your vídeo it says 18th Century and You post plates from 19th Century
Wordy Goddess
Wordy Goddess Mês atrás
💚Your earrings.💚I want them.😈
ugh Mês atrás
How did they not even know Ariel was from a Danish fairytale ????
Aaron Munoz
Aaron Munoz Mês atrás
I just listened to iggy izealea’s fancy, I’m gonna get a crown
Loko Koko
Loko Koko Mês atrás
wow pop of sis
Otto von Bismark
Otto von Bismark Mês atrás
Cloche hat with babydoll dress and uggs. Let that sink in
ZACE Mês atrás
Who in the FUCK is going to flash based dress up sites for historical research? Aight imma head down to girlsgogames for accurate nordic fashion because theres so many elsa games to choose from (this is not a jab at azaleasdolls, they make some of their own games on the site with lovely artwork. they are a very good site to go to for fun or a creative outlet, but it isnt going to write your damn fashion history thesis)
ScandicGamer Mês atrás
Sometimes I can’t focus on what you are saying because every video you just look so aesthetically beautiful especially when you wear your hair up with a red lipstick 😍
Shoyo Hinata
Shoyo Hinata Mês atrás
Bernadette and Karolina need to collaborate sOooOOOO BAD
John Smith
John Smith Mês atrás
Buzzfeed: Historically accur- Marie-Antoinette: Hold my fucking head
Boja Mês atrás
I am against "history accurate" fairy tales actually. Fairy tales has incredibly complicated history on their own. Every story has some version in different countries and are timeless (only "gore" is fading) so is NOT possible do them historically accurate. Fairy tales are not from one time, they are not from one era either. (And yeah, I am talking about fairy tales in general, Disney did not do good in fairy tales. I just hate Disney. Older I am, more hate towards Disney I have. So... sorry.)
#saveannewithanE Mês atrás
Oh my god it’s the little mermaid it does not have to be historically accurate it’s a mermaid they are made up I am just cringing at that BRdesk channel video
Javier Escuella
Javier Escuella Mês atrás
The thing about The Little Mermaid is that Disney confirmed that the movie took place in Italy actually still not Georgia tho 😂
taehyungsfingernail s
it’s annoying how she’s picking at everything the actual historians are saying, but she said herself she’s NOT a historian...
taehyungsfingernail s
@Countries To Go okay but is she??
Countries To Go
Countries To Go Mês atrás
They're not actual historians.
Fashion Fox Art
Fashion Fox Art Mês atrás
🔴 Thak you so much for this video, it is inspiration for my YT video Disney Fashion Influence - brands, strategies, analysis 📽 🎞🧠
BlackGrapes Mês atrás
I don't even think they hired a fashion historian. You give them too much credit. 🤣
Gaberry !
Gaberry ! Mês atrás
alex ritenour
alex ritenour Mês atrás
karolina: buzzfeed: me: FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT
alex ritenour
alex ritenour Mês atrás
karolina: buzzfeed: me: FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT
Vratislav Bín
Vratislav Bín Mês atrás
Ok, but what was that??? 0:27
Free use things
Free use things 2 meses atrás
My meme mom!
why just why z
why just why z 2 meses atrás
Belle was poor therefore she would have wore hand saod rag maid dresses if it was set in france
Laura C
Laura C 2 meses atrás
I remember reading an older version of the little mermaid and although Hans Christian Andersen himself was Danish, it was never actually stated in the story where the little mermaid and her family lived exactly or from what country the prince was. (But if someone has different sources I'd love to see them) Ariel and her six sisters where named after the seven seas, I think Ariel was the Atlantic but I'm not entirely sure. I remember the prince being described as having a 'dark' appearance, I myself thought he maybe meant Spain or South of the mediteranian? But then again, the mermaids aren't realistic anyway, perhaps the prince was from a nonexistent country too?
Neartmhor 2 meses atrás
I like the Glamour ones with Raissa Bretagne. She’s a dress historian that i do trust. Unfortunately, while her information is very accurate and detailed and nuanced, the same cannot be said for whoever it is that Glamour hires to to the drawings of what the historian explains. They’re just atrocious. Also, Glamour had Bernadette Banner on for one of those videos. It was great- again, except for the artwork. It was funny though, half the comment were just “why not get Bernadette to do the artwork? It’ll actually be accurate then, and much, much prettier!” But of all the big company “Historical accuracy” videos, I find the Glamour ones to be the best. They get a historian which actual knowledge of that particular time period, and focus on only two or three outfits. So they’ve definitely improved since their “Belle would have worn a corset!” video. Also, I just really appreciate Raissa. She’s fantastic.
Sofija Sirgėdaitė
Sofija Sirgėdaitė 2 meses atrás
Nice hairstyle. Do you do it yourself?
Waifu Pennywise
Waifu Pennywise 2 meses atrás
But isn’t the Disney franchise supposed to get away from all the harsh past?
heyvintage 2 meses atrás
I don't get why change it to more modern, like this people didn't wear those clothes for decades because they look ugly
Ronnie Stewart Jr
Ronnie Stewart Jr 2 meses atrás
Sammy Cat
Sammy Cat 2 meses atrás
Omg your so pretty
Darrel Buccilli
Darrel Buccilli 2 meses atrás
I am a huge Disney fan, but one thing I have ALWAYS known is Disney movies are fantasy and not Reality so none of the princesses are going to be accurate. THe only so called princess that is based on a real person is Pocahontas and even then they couldn't get historically accurate because Pocahontas tribe the woman did not cover their breasts. and you can not have x rated Disney movies lol.
Kira Kira
Kira Kira 2 meses atrás
I remember one person said Belle's outfit was inaccurate because she wasnt wearing multiple layers or a wig. Her blue dress Her peasant dress A French peasant wasn't wearing a wig or a decorated layered skirt I had to click off from the foolishness
Rebecca Sit
Rebecca Sit 2 meses atrás
I cannot express how much I enjoy these videos!! Some of my favorite content on BRdesk! ❤❤❤
Aluvius Ogé
Aluvius Ogé 2 meses atrás
You want my opinion on Snow White? Setting: Late 19th Century Bavarian Germany, possibly 1868 or 1870. Evidence: Exhibit A: Doc asks if Snow White can make apple dumplings which is a 18th century dish. She can also make plum pudding also known as Christmas pudding. Exhibit B: Snow White’s hair bow. Hair bows originated from the 17th century and were used in wigs during the 17th and 18th century. That, and it’s an Alice band which came out some time in 1865 after Alice in Wonderland was published. Exhibit C: Queen Grimhilde’s balaclava. The balaclava is named after the Battle of Balaclava from the Crimean War in 1854, the time when the Brothers Grimm completed the final revision of Snow White. Exhibit D: Prince Florian’s feathered beret. Berets are an ancient type of hat but they were very popular in the 19th century and beyond. Exhibit E: Snow White’s court shoes or pumps are very 17th century and the buckles had bows attached to them in the 19th century. Fact 1: Although bob hairstyles didn’t technically exist back then, Snow White was 14 years old in the movie, so her hair was allowed to be short during that time because it was obviously naturally short but it could be curled up just like the long hair on girls. Fact 2: Snow White has puffed sleeves with teardrop-shaped slashing designs on them, very popular in Tudor times. And the drops are red to symbolize the three drops of blood from Snow White’s mother the First Queen. Fact 3: Humbert the Huntsman wears a bycocket which was very fashionable for royal men and woman in the 13th to 16th century but they fell out of fashion with them. Some people didn’t stop wearing them, though, specifically hunters. Fact 4: The Dwarf’s Cottage is located “over the seven jeweled hills and beyond the seventh fall” according to the Spirit of the Magic Mirror. The Seven Hills of Bamberg are near the Black Forest in which the seventh fall known as the Triberg Waterfalls is located.
Sophia H.
Sophia H. 3 meses atrás
yeah but are we still surprised magazines like vogues would rather put million in they inverstor's pocket than in the fashion historian they hired for a few articles/videos ? capitalism ....:@
chu man
chu man 3 meses atrás
"Not a single person is capable of knowing all those things" My school: You sure about that? I'm sure these kids can memorize the entire history of the world in depth, learn how to write an essay at an advanced level, learn trigonometry, memorize all laws covered in the textbook and apply them to a court trail, memorize how the majority of cells in the human body interact with each other to produce energy, learn to play an instrument proficiently, and perform and present in front of their peers easily! Oh you have several hours work of homework and are struggling to keep up in class? Suck it up buttercup, go in during lunch. Oh, Your lunch is only 45 minutes and you are a slow eater and it takes you half an hour to eat plus transport time... SKIP LUNCH!!
chu man
chu man 3 meses atrás
forgot volunteer work and club activities
Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ 3 meses atrás
Katherina Ivkina
Katherina Ivkina 3 meses atrás
love your video so much!
Magic Potter
Magic Potter 3 meses atrás
That end was so abrupt!
Marta Gil
Marta Gil 3 meses atrás
Dzisiaj odkryłam Twój kanał i złapałam się na tym, że wstawiałam komentarze po angielsku. Potem zwróciłam uwagę na polskie tytułu na playliście 😄 Szkoda, że tak mało się mówi w szkole na historii o ubraniach. Nawet na studiach historycznych nie zwraca się na to żadnej uwagi, a szkoda. Dowiaduję się mnóstwa ciekawych rzeczy i podaję je dalej swoim uczniom. Dzięki za poruszenie takiego ciekawego tematu 😘
presipitations 3 meses atrás
im over a year late but enjoy ur breakfast lol
brosephina 3 meses atrás
i know, i know they did not just say the little mermaid takes place in 1840s georgia monarchy doesnt even exist
Elizabeth Jantzi
Elizabeth Jantzi 3 meses atrás
“They used context clues to place the Little Mermaid in Georgia” ... No. No no no. The Georgian PERIOD sweetie.
Amanda Stout
Amanda Stout 3 meses atrás
16th century Germany looked VERY different from 16th century England and France. Especially earlier in the century.
Amanda Stout
Amanda Stout 3 meses atrás
French hood with a RUFF??!?!?!?!?! WTF?
Star the Lotus
Star the Lotus 3 meses atrás
How dare Buzzfeed shade my girl Azalea... That wasn’t drawn by her, that was created by some random user on Azalea’s game.
Vita Thaïs
Vita Thaïs 3 meses atrás
Why are you always critisizing others, it's a little bit pathetic. It's entertainment.
Katie Hicks
Katie Hicks 3 meses atrás
I know the artist was misquoted and never actually said that The Little Mermaid took place in Georgia, but didn't the movie take place in a Danish colony in the Caribbean? Like, for some reason Disney didn't want it to take place in Europe so they moved the story to an island colony. That's why there are white sand beaches, why Sebastian has a Jamaican accent and why so much of the music has steel drums and other Caribbean-sounding influences? I don't know that that would affect the costumes so much, since they would still be dressed in the Danish fashion (and definitely not Georgia), but it would be interesting to have an actual fashion historian break down how colonial fashion might be different from fashion in actual Denmark. Like maybe the fashion was a little behind (people still dressing the mid-century fashion rather than late-century) since it would take longer for trends, materials, and patterns to travel, or maybe, since its so much warmer in the Caribbean than Denmark, they would use lighter materials? I have no idea, but it would be a cool thing to actually research and learn. edit: wrote Dutch instead of Danish
Glucose Guardian
Glucose Guardian 3 meses atrás
C R E A T i v e L I B e R t y
Emma Moskovitz
Emma Moskovitz 3 meses atrás
So on the ArieI fan art went and looked at the actual picture from Deviant Art and it was talking about how the character Grimsby (I don't know if he's in the book or not because I haven't read it) is wearing a Georgian outfit in the movie so, whoevers made the video thought that meant it took place in Georgeia apparently.
Barbie 4 meses atrás
I felt fancy today so I decided to buy some jewellery, might get executed later...idk
Bri White
Bri White 4 meses atrás
I’ve fallen down a rabbit hole of these women consulting about historically inaccurate disney movies and I’m loving
alice fish
alice fish 4 meses atrás
I remember being baffled after watching the frozen video. It hurted as a Norwegian. I'm not a fashion historien but I don't think she would be wearing those shoes...
HinaUWA! 4 meses atrás
all hail meme mom bow before your goddess peasants
HinaUWA! 4 meses atrás
Anjali Tiwari
Anjali Tiwari 4 meses atrás
Pre-civil war romantic?
blueberry 4 meses atrás
I think the one of mina le's channel it's pretty great. It seems like she did her research very well, just my opinion and I recommend it! 💖
Voidfish tm
Voidfish tm 3 meses atrás
She really impressed me!
Julia Rodriguez
Julia Rodriguez 4 meses atrás
girl, the one video i did see was mina le’s video rating the princesses based on accuracy and it’s not that hard to research this stuff. obviously some things will be hard to find if it’s from a realllly long time ago, but she did a good job. some of the videos you showed were pushing it and it was a lil corny, but no need to hate on the idea. they’re still entertaining and pretty sure that’s all they’re meant for.
clod8 4 meses atrás
18th Century courtwear is an absolute joke to me. You go from the swagger and/or sensible clothes of the 17th Century to that bs? There literally had to be a Revolution to get flattering looks again aka Empire dresses which are absolutely my favorite😍
nosleeptonight 4 meses atrás
"This photo drawn by Azalea's Dolls is spot on" I'm sorry what the actual fuck is that? That is possibly the most buzzfeed sentence I've ever read, short of describing the little mermaid as being from Georgia. Firstly its not a photo... its a screenshot from an online cartoon doll maker. Azalea's Dolls isn't an artist its a website that hosts doll maker games. This is probably a screenshot from some kind of "historical" or fantast princess doll maker. Its just premade pieces someone put together. Obviously the original artist who made the game had to draw all the pieces but considering it was made for a doll maker, its purpose clearly wasn't to accurately depict Disney Princesses in their historical time periods. Its just such an odd thing to put in there.
LucianCorrvinous Son of Hekaté
Yeah...actualy they kinda have set time and place now that Disney has gone Multiverse...
Briana Schmidt
Briana Schmidt 4 meses atrás
I actually based my historical costumes based on the year the original stories were codified(written down)
Suzi Q Fangirl
Suzi Q Fangirl 4 meses atrás
Yodele 4 meses atrás
i want your earrings 😍😍😍😍😍😍
Sigrid 4 meses atrás
When watching a video about the "historical accuracy" in Frozen I started laughing. Because I'm Norwegain I can easily point out ALL the mistakes she made and she is supposed to be the expert. Just because you're a historical fashion expert, doesn't mean you know everything about every country and every culture. She dared to put bunad with sami shoes.
StarMelody 4 meses atrás
I’m losing my mind that someone at one of these channels read Georgian (referring to the period) and went “Ah yes, this movie about a mermaid in the ocean obviously took place in this landlocked state.
LAUREN NAPPI 4 meses atrás
Any time I saw those videos, they upset me so much and I thought I was just being an overly-critical Virgo. Glad I’m not the only one 😭 HOW ON EARTH could Ariel be from the antebellum south??? Lmao
Heidi Sholl
Heidi Sholl 4 meses atrás
You know Ariel is a Viking because she's a redhead!
Kat Raynor
Kat Raynor 4 meses atrás
“So, uh.... see ya. “ I love when she ends her vids like this
Rubys 4 meses atrás
Clair Hummel herself said she didn't make the dresses 100% accurate because she didn't want to take off what makes the dresses iconic. She did a mix of both.
MoonBunny24 4 meses atrás
I’m so offended that they said that Hummel placed The Little Mermaid in 1840’s Georgia when that’s NOT what she said at all. What she said was this: “The Little Mermaid is hard to place from a time period standpoint- Grimsby’s wearing a Georgian getup, Ariel’s pink dress with the slashed sleeves subscribes to several eras from the Renaissance to the 1840’s, Eric is… Eric.” She doesn’t even narrow ANYTHING down to the 1840’s- just says that that was A TIME when those sleeves were popular. For the dress, she settled on basing it on a 1890’s evening gown. I don’t know how accurate it turned out even so, but she also covers a vast range of time periods so I’m not expecting them all to be particularly accurate. I DO EXPECT *BASIC* RESEARCH IN VIDEOS THOUGH. I’m guessing the video in question is from The Things or one of their many sister channels? Based on the narration’s tone, the video hinging on semi-stolen art, and the general lack of research, this is typical of them unfortunately. UPDATE: I’ve found the video. It’s by TheTalko, which is indeed a sister channel to TheThings, ScreenRant, etc. Typical.
Elva Catherine
Elva Catherine 4 meses atrás
react to micarah tewers (little women)
Emma 4 meses atrás
Your hair is adorable in this video BTW 😍
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