A TikTok video shows how Disney princesses might dress in movies from the ’90s and early 2000s, from ‘Clueless’ to ‘Legally Blonde’

Dian S. Hicks
Janice Hampton, also known as Janice Glimmer, puts Disney twists on classic film characters and their fashion.
Janice Hampton, also known as Janice Glimmer, puts Disney twists on classic film characters and their fashion.

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  • Janice Hampton is a poet, writer, and fashion enthusiast who goes by Janice Glimmer online.

  • In June, Hampton posted a TikTok video — which now has over 1.4 million views — in which she showed what Disney princesses might wear if they starred in movies from the ’90s and 2000s, like “Clueless” and “The Cheetah Girls.”

  • Speaking to Insider, Hampton said that while she came up with each outfit idea rather quickly, it took her hours to create the actual TikTok video.

  • Hampton also spoke about the reaction to her Disney-themed series, what it’s like to make fashion videos with her mom, and what she hopes to achieve with her TikTok account.

  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

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