In 2015, we noticed some freakishly similar wardrobe features, proving that celebrities have Disney doppelgängers. While we so want to believe that celebrities come up with their outfits from scratch, it’s no surprise that they draw inspiration from Disney. This year’s celebrity lineup is made up of some of our most fashionable characters.
Blake Lively is already our hero for wearing a record-breaking 10 different outfits in one day for The Age of Adeline promotional tour, but her wardrobe doppelgänger makes us an even bigger fan. This color-blocked Roksanda number resembles a certain fish who must have told Blake to just keep changing.
Emma Stone wore a two-tone pink skirt and top (Thakoon) to the 2015 Met Gala. She may not get to be a princess in real life, but she can certainly dress like one!
No one can forget the gorgeous Elie Saab dress Taylor Swift wore to the Grammy Awards this year. Interestingly, it looks incredibly similar to another unforgettable dress. The beautiful ombre blue and light shimmer make this dress the perfect fit for both the music and snow queens.
The violet color Megara wears is not easy to pull off, but Gabrielle Union successfully made the Met Gala’s best dressed list wearing this Zac Posen gown with gold accessories. Gabrielle and Megara may not have the same hair style, but their dresses both have draping details and flatter their feminine figures.
Rey and Mulan seem to have more in common than just their heroism. We’re thinking costume designer—Michael Kaplan—wanted a Disney doppelgänger for Daisy Ridley’s character in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens.