2 Sisters Who Loved Disney’s ‘Frozen’ So Much They Made the Costumes – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

2 Sisters Who Loved Disney’s ‘Frozen’ So Much They Made the Costumes

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It’s no secret that Disney’s Frozen is a hit: In the months since its initial November release, the princess flick has earned nearly $100 million worldwide — not to mention a whole lot of priceless goodwill in the hearts of its legions of fans. Some of those fans were so devoted that they even made costumes to show how much they care: here, Cindy and Karen Romero, two sisters from Silver Spring, MD share what drew them to the story of Nordic royals Elsa and Anna.

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“We think the bond the sisters had in the movie was very touching to us because we have a very strong bond. If we were in a similar situation as Anna and Elsa, we would do the same thing to protect one another and because we love each other too.”, told sisters.

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“One of our most favorite Disney movie! We have watched this movie many times, ah the sister feels~ This our first Disney costume, more to come in the future.”

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