Last week, we brought you what Disney characters would look like had they twerked out. Now, for something a little subtler.

An artist and illustrator has reimagined what Disney princesses would look like, had they been clothed in fashions that were popular the year their films came out.

Swedish artist Beatrice Lorén—who goes by the handle bealor on DeviantArt, where she posted the picture—started all the way back in 1937, with Snow White, and re-illustrated the Disney leading ladies up to last year’s Merida, from the film Brave. Princesses of the Year reportedly took “a lot of research and stuff,” to make the costumes accurate.

The artist writes: “I went for what was that is accurate for the time AND what I think the girls would personally wear. If you don't agree with me, that's fine, but remember that fashion is really personal and it's different around the world (I'm Swedish, so this is how I have see it).”

11 characters in all were restyled, who appear in this order: Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel and Merida. Click through above for more detailed images of each.

Lorén is a big Disney fan and has refashioned a lot of characters to different ends—check out more of her work here

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[via Designtaxi]