Disney Frozen Movie Preview & Queen Elsa Costume Tutorial

A recent  invitation from The Moms to preview the movie Frozen (Disney’s newest animated film) was highly anticipated by both Lucia and Adrian. Thanks to The Moms, my kids have had incredibly memorable movie experiences (I mean, Adrian’s first movie involved meeting Pit Bull!).  I imaged that we would be in for another treat with a special movie day, and Q & A with the lovely Idina Menzel.

Disney Frozen Movie Elsa CostumeImage via Disney

Frozen tells the story of two sibling princesses in the Scandinavian province of Arendelle – little Anna and her older sister Elsa.  After an early childhood incident, Elsa struggles with being ordered to suppress her emotions to conceal her ice evoking powers.  Anna eventually embarks on a journey to find Elsa and help reverse Arendelle’s eternal winter.  The story unfolds in the most visually stunning way, with spectacular animation and memorable tunes.  Brava to Disney for stepping away from the typical princess love story trajectory – as the true love among sisters ultimately saves the day.

The kiddos enjoyed the movie and I believe that all attendees were smitten with Idina Menzel’s powerful presence. Lucia asked Idina “what super power she would want?”, to which she responded: “a super power to make sick kids better!”.  The Q & A culminated with an acapella singing of  Let it Go per the request of a young attendee.  It was beyond amazing!

Lucia naturally donned full princess attire to the movie premiere and left with a new found princess obsession (and adoration for Idina Menzel).  I thought that a bit of secret sewing for an upcoming secret vacation (and 6th bday!) was in order and decided to recreate Queen Elsa’s costume.

Here’s a simple tutorial:

I purchased all of the material at Jo-ann Fabric and highly recommend princess-dress-making shortly after Halloween (costume material is marked down substantially).  I began with a white leotard and cut off the bottom.  I made a skirt out of poly-satin and attached it to the cut-up leotard (for a good visual on how to do this visit my friends at Hungie Gungie).  I then intended to use a pressing cloth and seam-a-steam to set a fancy-smancy sequined bodice in place. That didn’t work, so I had to manually lift up the sequences piece by piece to sew the bodice into place.  I only stitched around the top of the sequence material as the weight of the material hangs flat very nicely.  I cut small holes in a  vertical lines through both back sides of the sequined material (that wraps around the back) to create a ribbon corset to tie into place.  I then hemmed and gathered sheer snowflake material to create a cape that I secured above the bodice underneath the arms.  I secured a few jewels to the leotard with a stone setter and added a sparkley button to complete the look.

Disney Frozen Handmade Queen Elsa CostumeDisney Frozen Queen Elsa Costume TutorialDisney Frozen Queen Elsa Handmade

I can’t wait to surprise Lucia with a bit of homemade love – possibly when we enter Walt Disney World!

UPDATE: View more dress photos in my Walt Disney World post.

Thank you to The Moms for providing tickets to the Frozen Movie premiere event. All opinions and Queen Elsa costume tutorial are my own.



  1. We saw a few previews for this over the summer and my boys are dying to see it!

    • The movie opens today! My kids loved it. There are a few scary parts – just so you know!

    • Is there anyway you could make this beautiful dress for my daughter for her birthday party? If so, how much would it cost?

      • When is her birthday party?

        • I would also like to know how much it would be for you to make this dress? My daughter wears a 6. Thank you, Sarah

      • Hi Michelle – I hope that you received my email. At this time, my work from home schedule doesn’t leave room for a little sewing business, but I greatly appreciate the inquires (you all have me thinking!). Anna – we didn’t have a party, but we took the kids to Disney world. I will be sharing that post soon with lots of dress photos.

  2. THAT IS BEAUTIFUL!!! She is one lucky girl!

  3. That dress is adorable! My family is looking forward to seeing Frozen too.

  4. Oh how cute! My daughter can;t wait to see this movie!

  5. Your costume is so fantastic! Can you please explain how you sewed the sequenced material on?

    • Hi Clara. I intended to use seam a steam to secure the sequence material in place – but it didn’t work. The material is think and I had to put a pressing cloth over. The glittery pieces most likely would have broken my needle (even a a heavy duty one, I’m guessing). There is a small space of material underneath each row of sequence. So I carefully lifted up each piece of sequence (starting at the top row of the bodice) to sew underneath to secure the top of the bodice. This is all just trial and error for me and I imagine that there is most likely a better way to do this. I had to be carefully to not run over my finger! The sequence material was cut to hang over the part of the white leotard that I cut and attached to the shirt that I made. So I only stitched along the top row of the material and wrapped the material a bit around the back. I then cut holes in the back of the sequenced material (not the leotard) and wove a ribbon through to tie up like an adjustable corset. If this does not make sense, please feel free to send me an email. I’m happy to send more info and photos. Thanks for visiting.

      • diane jacobs says

        I found sequined fabric online that closely resembles the dress top. It’s on the Harts Fabric website and is called “Rain Drop Sequin Mesh Fabric” aqua #66906—-and it’s $26.99/yard —-a bit expensive.

      • I love this dress and I have purchased all of the materials to make this for my 3 year old. But, I would love for you to send me a picture of the back of the corset where you laced up the ribbon so that I have a clear understanding (and clear visual0 of this part before I begin.

        Thank you very much for you pattern and for sharing it with all of us


      • When sewing sequin material it helps to use a leather needle. It has a square shaft and cuts thru the sequins better that a reg needle. You may still break a needle once in a while, but it’s doable. Take it slow and easy. If your machine is a lower end machine bought at a big box store you probably don’t want to attempt sewing anything really thick, especially sequins. Those machines have no structure inside. All the parts are just fastened onto the plastic shell and after a while they get out of sync and are not worth having repaired. An older machine with all metal parts or a new, good quality machine works best for sewing sequins and such. Sorry if I come off bossy. I just hate to see people, new to sewing, buy machines that will probably turn them off to sewing, but that’s not what this post is about. I have been sewing for about 45 yrs so have learned a few things and it excites me to see so many in the younger generation getting back to crafts like sewing, but I do tend to ramble. LOL : ) Thanks for sharing your tutorial. I like that you don’t have all the gathered sheer fabric bunched up around the neck like some of the others I’ve seen. I am working on a Frozen cape for my GD. She already has the dress and doesn’t want the cape attached to it. I decided to make a lined yoke out of satin (think neck facings) and attach the sheer cape material into the bottom edge seam of the back yoke.. The seam will be enclosed so the sheer fabric won’t scratch. At least that’s how it plays out in my head. But you know how it goes, sometimes the plan changes as you work. : )

  6. This dress is beyond!!! Lucia is going to flip over this and will remember this forever! You are making wonderful memories. xx

  7. That is so pretty! She’s going to love it. I’m looking forward to reading all about your trip. Have a great time!

  8. The dree is just ridiculously fabulous! Lucky Lucia!!!!

  9. *dress 🙂

  10. I think that the movie came out in theaters today? Your dress is fantastic!

  11. This is the only Elsa tutorial that I have found! Thank you!

  12. Anna Maria C. says

    This dress is perfection! I love love love how you used a portion of a leotard. The fitted top is ideal for a princess costume. How did your daughter like it?

    • Hi Anna Maria – my daughter LOVES the costume and has worn it on 2 plane rides, Christmas, her birthday and nearly every single day. Thanks so much for the kind words and for taking the time to comment.

  13. Can you send a pic of the back of this dress? I want to try making it but I think a photo of what you did in the back would help. It’s beautiful!

  14. This is gorgeous. My daughter is asking me to make her an Elsa costume, too! Can you tell me what exact product you used for the bodice? From what I understand in your post, it was a sequin ribbon (I’m unfamiliar with sequined material/products in general, lol!)

    • Hi Vicky. Thanks for visiting. I purchased all of the material (with the exception of the leotard) from JoAnne Fabric. The first layer of the bodice is made out of the cut-off leotard top. I’m sorry that my tutorial is unclear! The sequin overlay is material (not a ribbon). This material has square plastic tiny rectangular chips on it. Please let me know if you have any more questions!

  15. Beautiful!! Did you find the blue sequined fabric at Joann? I couldn’t find it at my store or online.

  16. Can you send me a few extra photos of the back of the dress. I purchased a sequin material and im wondering if i will be able to sew it on to the leotard. How did you attach the skirt to the leotard? did you use the elastic thread that your friend used?

    • Hi Corrie, I didn’t use elastic thread like my friends over at Hungie Gungie did in their tutorial. I would definitley use the elastic thread if you can, because it will give this dress more stretch when putting it on and off. I didn’t have any, so I went with regular thread.
      To attach the skirt to the Leotard:
      1) I first cut the leotard and then gathered material to make a skirt. The Hungie Gungie tutorial gives a clear visual of how to line the pieces up to sew them together correctly.
      2) Next turn the skirt inside out.
      3) Then, insert the cut-up leotard (neckline first) into the skirt. Make sure that the leotard top and skirt are now right sides together. The tag inside the leotard neck should now be aligned with the back seam of the skirt.
      4)The raw edges of the shirt and leotard top should now be together to pin into place and ready to sew together
      I’ve done this numerous times to make Maxi dresses – you can see a few on my blog under the DIY category. Here is an example of one. https://www.marinobambinos.com/2013/05/kids-clothes-week-sewing-round-up-spring/
      Please reach out if you have any more questions. I’m going to try and take photos today to respond to all those who have asked for my details!
      My best – Monica

      • Did you serge the leotard ? I am planning this one but wasn’t sure if it would fray. I don’t have a server, but my neighbor does. I’m not good enough that I am ready to commit to the investment right now.

  17. Such a pretty dress! The stores seem sold out of my child’s size, so I’m starting to look into making one myself to fulfill a Santa wish. The part with the sequins is the one that I can’t wrap my head around. Does that fabric have some stretch to it? I’m trying to understand how, when the leotard top stretches out, the sequined top will go with it.

    • Hi Kelly, The sequined material doesn’t have stretch but it does have weight. I only sewed stitched around the top so the material hangs nicely over the attached skirt. The corset lace-up in back holds the sequenced material nicely in back and can be adjusted if the child grows a bit.

  18. It’s so georgeous!! where did you get the snowflake material?

  19. Gorgeous, only pin ive found. How much material did u use?

    • Kelly – I’m so sorry, but I don’t remember exactly. I think I bought a yard and half for the skirt portion, a yard for the cape and half yard for the sequence. I did have left over material.

      • Emily .F says

        How much money did it take to buy it all? My daughter is ten and is absolutly in love with frozen and is going around pestering everbody about how to make enough money to either buy a costume or make it, I am exhausted and currently looking for an easy way to stop her pestering. Please answer soon!

  20. WOW! This dress is amazing! I wish I was crafty in the sewing department. I am curious….do you or do you know anyone that would be willing to make this dress if I provide the measurements. Like most children (and adults), my daughter (who is 5) is in love with Frozen and wants a Frozen party in April. She wants to be Elsa and I would love to find something beautiful and unique for her to wear. Please let me know. Thank you so much and Happy New Year to you!

    • Hi Heather – I’ve had a ton of requests to create more and I’m so sorry but at this time I’m not looking to sell. Best of luck and thanks so much for visiting.

  21. Hi. Beautiful dress! Love your tutorial! ..and the idea of using a white leotard as a base.
    I found a shiny metallic confetti-dot turquoise/teal fabric at Joann’s for the top in case it helps anyone. I found it at my local store yesterday, but they sell it online as well (item #4139101). I am still looking for a sheer material for the cape. (My girls love the movie. My 3-year old has been walking around with a blanket as a cape..)

    I think I get how to do the back, but if you have pictures of the back of the dress (corset part). I think I get it, but some pictures if you have them would be helpful. Thanks!!!

  22. Michelle Cavazos says

    Hi. I love the dress and trying to make one for my daughter. Can you please tell me the name of the snowflake material you used? I greatly appreciate it.

  23. Felipa Serrano says

    I don’t know anything about sewing but this project doesn’t seem hard. Was it easy to make?

  24. Hi. Your daughter is a very lucky girl. The film is only just out in the UK, so I now have a “Frozen” fan. The dresses you can get in the UK look nothing like Elsa’s dress and the sizing of them are poor. So I am now on a mission to make one myself. I am so glad I came across you site on how to make one as it is exactly like I had visioned in my head to make. My first hurdle is finding the snowflake like material for the cape (my Daughter currently uses my scarf to dress around the room in!) Wish me luck. x

  25. Es un vestido precioso, a mi hija le ha encantado y voy a intentar hacerselo porque adora a Elsa. Me gusta tu web. Un abrazo Granada, España.

  26. Love it! I would also appreciate pictures of the back and where the Cape attaches. Thank you!

  27. I was wondering if you make this dress to sell. My little girl’s birthday is coming up and she loves this movie. I was trying to find a dress for her. Your dress is perfect. You did such an amazing job. If you did sell it how much would you charge?

    • Hi Ashley – I hope that you received my email! At this time – I’m not able to make this costume to sell. I hope you find what you are looking for and happy birthday to your little one.

  28. Hello,

    I was wondering if you knew of anyone that would be able to make this dress. I am crafty but unfortunately not when it comes to sewing. My daughter absolutely loves Elsa and has been asking for a real elsa dress like in the movie. The Disney store dress isn’t cutting it 🙂

    • Hi Tiffany – I’m sorry I’m not able to make it for you – the dress is fairly simple to make if you can find someone with sewing skills. Good luck!

  29. This is soooo beautiful!!! Your daughter must be very happy!! I hope I am able to make one to surprise my daughter. She loves Elsa so much that she’ll watch Elsa singing Let It Go every night before bed.
    Keep up the great work!
    Love from Malaysia

  30. Can you please post the names of the fabric and the amount of each you used? I have been looking at all joAnns around and have not found any if the fabric.

    • I was wondering where you found the white leotard. Many stores I find only have black and pink. Thanks for the info!! Love this dress. I want to try to make one for my daughter.

    • Kristin- I’m so sorry but I don’t have the names or item numbers of the material and unfortunately don’t live anywhere near the store. I hope the photos are helpful. I purchased a yard and half for the skirt a half a yard of sequenced material and a yard for the cape. I had leftover material of all fabrics.

  31. Linda edel says

    Hello i just went with my granddaughter today and saw this movie. So sweet. My Granddaughter has seen it 4 times and is obsessed with it. Do u make these dresses because her bday is next month Feb 19th and I am trying to find her one but have seen nothing as pretty as this. She will be 5 and shes a 6x or y. Anyway thought I would ask. Thanks for your time oh yeah her bday theme is FROZEN. LOL

  32. This dress is absolutely adorable! I stumbled upon this dress while searching ideas to make my little girl a Queen Elsa dress for Halloween! she saw it, and she flipped for it! Kudos for an amazing job! =D

  33. This is absolutely amazing and beautiful and creative! I love the use of a a leotard. I wish I could make this myself! Can you make 3 for me? I will email you!

    • Thanks so much for your message Rosalin. I’m grateful and humbled by the kind words. At this time I’m not able to make them to sell – my work from home writing gigs don’t leave much room for a little sewing business. Thanks!

  34. Hi, your dress is lovely! I was asked by my daughter to make her Elsa dress for a coming party and I’m improvising a bit, but the snowflake tulle you have used would be a godsend!! Can you please let me know where you found it?
    Thanks, S

  35. Hi this is perfect, exactly what I’ve been looking for! I’m in the middle of gathering fabrics to create my own version of Elsa’s dress for my daughters. Like many before me they have an event coming up “Frozen” themed…seem these days that everyone is doing one. Would you be so kind to send me photos of the back of your dress. I think I get it but I need a visual. Thank you so so much! Congrats you did a fabulous job!

  36. Tory Miller says

    Hi there. Is there anyway you could send me some more pictures of the dress. Especially the back? I’m just curious for a visual of what you did. Thank you! It’s so cute!!

  37. Sue Hetticher says

    I will repeat what everyone else has said…your dress is beautiful! I want to make the dress for my granddaughters and would appreciate the photos of the back of the dress also. Actually any photos would be great.
    Thank you so much. I am extremely motivated to get the dresses done by March (one of the birthdays)!

  38. amazing!!! I wish I had your talent!!! Your daughter is one lucky lil princess!!!!!

  39. Can you email me any additional pics and would appreciate the photos of the back of the dress also.
    Trying to figure out if I’m way to a beginner to even think of attempting this dress! 🙂

  40. Best movie ever!!
    I met Idina twice a few years ago… and she is such a sweetheart. It made watching the movie that much better 🙂

  41. Sherrie Simpson says

    Marina, thanks so much for the inspiration and the tutorial. At this moment, it is very hard to find an Elsa costume to buy- sold out everywhere (at least anything affordable!) I took your tutorial and added my own touches to make an Elsa costume for my 5 year old grand daughter. She’s obsessed with the movie; she knows all the songs by heart, and is going to the sing-along this afternoon. I got her dress done just in time, and it’s beautiful! Can’t wait to give it to her so she can wear it today 🙂 Thanks again!!

    • This is so fantastic to hear! If you have the chance. Please send me a photo or share one in the comments section. I would LOVE to see it. I bet that your grandaughter will be thrilled. xx – Monica

  42. Where did you find the snowflake material? I can’t find anything anywhere!

    • I purchased all of the material (including the snowflake) at JoAnne Fabric in early November. So many readers have said that they can’t find it and I think that it may have been a seasonal fabric as I found it on a rack with other holiday themed prints.

      Best of luck..I’m continuing to look for it and if I find it anywhere I will let you know

  43. This is just amazingly BEAUTIFUL!! I did not get a chance to read all the comments left. However, do you make these for purchase?

  44. I have all my fabric but I would LOVE LOVE LOVE any more pics you could send me, especially the back. I am not a sewing mama, but I promised my girl to do it before the trip!!! And since she wears a 12 (she is 7 and TALL), I would have never been able to do this. So THANK YOU!!!!!

  45. this is SO AMAZING!!! 😀
    you have done a magnificent job!
    I assume that the same technique could be transferred to adult size (with more fabric of course)
    It seems much cheaper to make it yourself than to buy it (I’m not sure about children but this is the case for adult costumes of Elsa)
    I have seen Elsa costumes at around $200 – $1000+ for them!
    so I think i will use your advice here and try and make my own! (I am planning to use it for a dress up day later in the yr)

    Thanks so much for sharing this! it is truly amazing! <3

  46. Mary Booras says

    Absolutely beautiful dress! Thank you so much for posting. My daughter is asking for an Elsa dress and I think it is ridiculous what they are charging for them. I am new to sewing. I think I get the idea of what you did with the back but was wondering if you wouldn’t mind posting some additional pics. I think I would like to attempt making a dress for my little girl (pending I can find everything I need!) thanks again for posting. Love it!

  47. Thank you, it’s only February and my grand daughter has already told me she wants to be Elsa for Halloween. So I’m on the hunt. Thank you you’ve made my job easier. She was Repunzel last year and Cinderella the year before. I’m getting quite good at prince costumes!! Will state gathering supplies now.

  48. Hi,I am a 12 years old girl and i really love the dress

  49. Andrea Cahill says

    I am so impressed with this costume, I can’t wait to get started on it! Can you also send me pictures of the back of the dress please! Thank you so much!!

  50. Hi there! I am so relieved to find this blog of yours!! All the way from Singapore here! First of all , I’m really excited to make this for my daughter. First of all , just wanna know , how did you attached the cape and the corset? Any close ups will be great and what was the material for the corset? Eagerly waiting to hear from you!

  51. Wow, that is truly impressive! I am in the process of making one for my daughter and it is a pity I did nit find your blog earlier as it would have saved me a lot of hassle of doing everything from scratch. Here is my version of Elsa, still without cape. I love the fabric you used but did not find anything similar in local stores. 🙁 (in Spain) http://olkapolka.blogspot.com.es/2014/02/elsa-from-frozen.html

  52. This is so beautiful! I would love some close up photos of the back if you get a chance. You are one awesome mom!

  53. Hi!

    I am a novice sewer (??) and would LOVE to make this!! Wondering if you could share how you made the bodice? I think I understand how to put the pieces together and found a pattern for the skirt… Do I need a separate pattern for the bodice or?? Thank you SO much!

  54. Hello Mónica
    The dress is gorgeous. Can you send me more picture from the back, my daughter wants the dress but I can’t find it anywhere so I decided to make it just like yours. Thank you

  55. Bettina Ferrando says

    I love your dress. How talented you are. I’m trying to make one for my 5 year old who is obsessed with Frozen. I would love to see some more pictures of the back of the dress without the cape covering it so I can see how you did the ribbon tie up part. I hope mine looks half as good as yours!!!

  56. Kelly McCammack says

    Do you have a picture of the back of the dress before the cape was added?

  57. Would you ever make one and sell it??

  58. Lovely dress!I am going to attempt it… Can you please send me pics of the finished back before the cape was attached? Thanks!! 🙂

  59. Darlene Kelly says

    Hi Monica,

    Just like the rest of your followers, I too, am going to try to make this beautiful dress. I would love any additional pictures of the dress that would help this process. Thank you SO much!

  60. My 4 yr old is going to a princess ball with her daddy next weekend. Of course she doesn’t want to be any of the 8 princesses she has a dress for already:)! She must be Elsa! I found all the fabrics now I just need to see the back of that adorable dress so I can make it in time for the ball. Please would you send me the much desires pics of how you finished off the back and a little more detail on how you’ve attached the cape. Thanks!

  61. Rebecca Gray says

    The best Elsa dress out their!! You are a highly talented designer and this Frozen Queen Elsa costume is even more beautiful than anything that I have seen in stores. brava miss Monica!!!!!

  62. Flawless costume design! I will recreate for my niece!!!!!

  63. Hi Monica. What fabric is the clear snowflakes pattern? I’m trying to find it on JoAnne’s website but i can only find the one with red snowflakes
    could you just tell me the name of it

    • HI Isabella. I’m so sorry but I don’t know the name of the fabric. When I made the dress..I didn’t have the intention of writing about it and I didn’t look at names or item numbers. It was purchased in early November and a lot of readers mentioned that they had difficulty finding the fabric.

  64. I know right!! So cool

  65. Thank you so much for posting this tutorial! I just finished a dress for my 4 year old daughter today and she wore it to a Frozen princess party. 🙂 She LOVES it!
    I put a strip of elastic on the back of the skirt so she could get into it easier. And I used vecro on the cape to make it detachable. But those were really the only changes I made. This tutorial helped me so much! Thanks again!

  66. Hi Monica
    I loved your blog and the costume is fantastic! Can you please email me specific instructions so I can save it and use it for sewing the costume. I need to explain it to someone and she will try to make it for my 7 year old! Hope it’s okay to ask!

    I really appreciate it!!


  67. I love your dress and want to make this. If you have any time to send me any extra picture you have, especially the back, it would be much appreciated!
    Thanks so much!

  68. Hi Monica I would like to know if you can please send me some pictures of the dress and a sketch of the back and front of the dress. I would really appreciate to try and make it for my daughters birthday in June

  69. Your dress is absolutely beautiful! If you’re sending out photos of the back to the previous ladies could you please CC me? I’d love to get a better look at the how you did the corset closure. Also, how far up does the skirt go? I wondered if you made an empire waistline like the pillowcase tank dress. Thanks so much for any additional info!

  70. Thanks so much for posting your dress. It is my inspiration 🙂
    Can you please email me a picture of the back corset closure, too? And I have the same question as Megan above; did you attach the skirt empire style or at a more natural waist level?


  71. What clothing would you recommend for older kids like blue jeans and a long sleeved top what would work out

  72. I went to our local fabric shop yesterday with my 2 girls (this was a nightmare) and bought Frozen fabrics. I had a bit of an idea of how I was going to make them. I even stopped at a shop on the way home and bought 2 long sleeve t shirts to attach the costume to. I thought about it all night and couldn’t quite work out how I was going to attach it all together.

    This morning I found your tutorial and it all came together so easily.

    Thank you for your simple easy to follow instructions. The cost of each costume was $16 Aussie dollars. A store bought costume here is $40 each and they are all sold out.

    I have 2 very happy little girls performing the songs as I type which is priceless.

  73. Hi Monica,
    You are very clever! I am the same as many of your previous readers in that I’d love to make something similar, but come unstuck with the back of the bodice. I’d love any help in the form of photos or words to help describe how I get it right. I have all the materials, and even found some cute white gloves, my little girl is desperate for an Elsa dress.
    Thank you very much

  74. Tiffany Sawaki says

    I love gowns and dresses! E&A.

  75. Love this dress! I have two granddaughters who would love it! Would you mind sending a photo of the back, please?

  76. This is amazing and the best Elsa dress on the internet. Frozen fans will hopefully find their way here!

  77. Michelle Thompson says

    You are so smart and I’m glad I found this tutorial. Here I was pricing materials and dreading the process of sewing a bodice and attaching sleeves. So glad I stumbled onto your blog!

  78. Hi,
    Please forward me a picture of the back so I know how to proceed. Love all the good ideas 🙂

    Thank you.

  79. I will be tackling this project for my daughter! I would also love any other picture of the back or how the cape attaches. Thanks!!

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