Upon hearing that sissy wanted to be Elsa, my boy said "I want Anna!" He's 2 and a half and has always loved Anna. He has ZERO interest in Olaf or Kristoff. He likes funny Anna and all of her songs. It's HIS Halloween costume, so baby, you can be Anna.
And what a handsome Anna he makes! I call this Prince Brawna of Arendelle. He hasn't ever really enjoyed dresses, so I went with pants. We added a crown and sword because he loves dress-up as much as the next kid and also, he loves hitting things with swords. I'll keep an eye on that. He demolished that dandelion in the pics after I was finished snapping away. It probably looked at him funny.
For the patterns I used the following:
The Ethan Shirt by Sis Boom (modified the collar)
The Festive Vest by Scientific Seamstress
The Nowhere Man Pants by Shwin
The Traveler Cape by Stitchwerx Designs (removed the side panels of the long cape and rounded and angled the capelet part)
This Clasp Embroidery File by XTPatterns
I hope you like my Arendelle royalty. You'll no doubt see 100 Elsa and Annas but try to show each one how excited you are for them because they probably couldn't be prouder of themselves. It's the one night they get to pretend to be someone else. We're all so lucky they've chosen to be characters that love their siblings and stand up for the good in their worlds. Sparkly dresses and magical powers add to the appeal, but you know what I mean ;)