Friday, July 21, 2017

Fashion Meets Comics: Princess Azula (Avatar: The Last Airbender)

Azula is not the typical Princess, she's a formidable warrior and firebending prodigy. She fought on the wrong side of history as she proudly enforced the will and power of her father Fire Lord Ozai in the continued efforts of his predecessors in trying to take over the world.

Princess Azula's wardrobe consist of her armor in black with her clothing in various shades of red with accents of gold. For the first look, I substituted the armor for a black blazer, tank top and peep toe high heel booties. I used the red as a pop of color for a mini skirt and jeans. Lastly, I included a gold necklace as an accent.

The second look was inspired by the Avatar: The Last Airbender third season (or book 3) episode five "The Beach". In that episode, Azula while hanging out at the beach, her wardrobe although still regal, was relaxed and casual (even if she wasn't).

It goes without saying that Azula is horrible but she does have great style.

Look #1
Single-Button Blazer                                  $12.00                                   Forever 21 (

Express One Eleven Double V Tank                          $16.90                         Express (

Pleated Mini Skirt                                                $15.90                              Forever 21 (

Levi's Slimming Skinny Jeans                         $39.99 (sale, regular price $54.50)                        JCPenney (

Abbie Y-Chocker Necklace                                          $36.00                          BaubleBar (

MICHAEL Michael Kors Blaze Peep Toe Buckle Bootie                       $164.95                 Nordstrom (

Look #2: Swimwear

Multi Way Bandeau Top                   $32.99 (sale, regular price $42.00)              Venus (
Bikini Bottom                                       $19.99 (sale, regular price $26.00)                                          

Mossimo Supply Co. Leonie Flip Flop Sandals                       $3.99                       Target (

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