Mirabel Madrigal Costume
You need the following items for your Mirabel Madrigal Halloween costume:
- Mirabel Madrigal Dress
- Mirabel Madrigal Wig
- Blue Dangle Earrings
- Flat Pink Sandals
- Mirabel Madrigal Costume Set for Toddlers and Girls
Mirabel Madrigal is the main character of Disney's Encanto. Mirabel is a flawed, weird and interesting teenage girl who is also deeply emotional and incredibly empathetic. Mirabel is a young girl who can be flawed and peculiar, but also empathetic and emotional. Determined to prove she belongs, she denies to everyone, including herself, that she feels lonely even in her own home.
Cosplay Mirabel by dressing in her colorful floral dress, blue dangle earrings and pink sandals, if you don't have curly hair, you can also get her wig.
Mirabel is a lonely girl, but you don't have to be, get some friends or family members to dress up as Isabela, Bruno, or Dolores alongside Mirabel.
How To Dress Like Mirabel Madrigal From Encanto
Dress like Mirabel Madrigal from Encanto;
Mirabel Costume: This is one of those costumes that mostly requires props. Don't worry, we got you covered. If you don't already have pink sandals and blue dangle earrings, head to a local store. Look online for Mirabel's dress and wig. If you want this great look fast, you can order a complete set.
Mirabel Madrigal Halloween Costume
Mirabel is a 15-year-old Colombian girl. She is 5 feet 2 inches (157 cm) tall with shoulder length curly black hair, brown eyes with freckles on her nose and cheeks. Of her sisters, Mirabel is most like her mother, Juliet. She wears light green round glasses and blue earrings with pompoms, and when she goes outside, she takes a mochila bag with her.
Her outfit is a white blouse with multicolored butterfly embroidery and black ruffles on the neck and sleeves. She wears a long turquoise skirt with bright butterfly embroidery and her name embroidered on the belt, an indigo petticoat and white trousers, as well as sandals with pink ties and black ribbons around the ankles. Mirabelle's skirt is decorated with many embroidered patterns, such as butterflies, flowers, a smaller version of herself and even some motifs representing her relatives. At night, she wears a white ankle-length nightgown with a green ribbon at the neckline.
About Mirabel Madrigal
Mirabelle often demonstrates free and optimistic behavior; despite the fact that she is the only granddaughter of a Madrigal without a gift and rejected by her family, she is still very sociable and friendly to others. Not having her own gift, she admires her relatives and appreciates them highly. The lack of talent also does not prevent her from getting along with most of her relatives: especially with her parents, cousin Antonio, older sister Louise and uncle Bruno. She is also modest and honest, easily admitting that both she and her father are prone to accidents. On top of that, Mirabel looks confident as she claims that she doesn't need a gift to make herself happy and that she is just as special as everyone else in her family.
Mirabel expresses her desire to be equal to her family. Despite the fact that, it would seem, she lives happily without having any power of her own, Mirabel is very insecure that she cannot contribute in the same way as her relatives do. The worst part of not having the gift is that her Abuela (grandmother) look down on her and consider her a nobody in their own family. Since she cannot communicate with her gifted relatives, she is lonely and feels disconnected from them. Ultimately, her greatest desire is nothing less than to be fully included in the family Madrigal, even if she doesn't have the gift. In her quest to find answers to the questions behind the weakening of magic, it is shown that she is very persistent, as she constantly followed Louise while she was running errands for her, and pestered her until her sister confessed her problems. She also insisted that her uncle Bruno conjure up another vision of the future, despite the fact that it was unpleasant for him to think about it. Later, Mirabelle persisted in reconciling with Isabella by hugging her, and while Isabella sings about her self-expression and freedom, Mirabel tries to speed up the reconciliation process, but stops, and in the end she helps her sister take her real selfie, and they both sincerely embraced.