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No-Frills Disney Princess Running Costume Idea: Anna

Posted on 25 January 2017 in Disney Character Costumes

Princess Half Marathon Weekend is coming up in about a month at Walt Disney World. I signed up at the WDW Marathon Weekend expo a couple of weeks ago. Since all of the races had been showing up as sold out online for several months, the ability to sign up last minute was a pleasant surprise. Now I just hope I can sweet talk Runner Relations into changing my Princess corral assignments, since I signed up after the cut-off.

I'll be running all three races. Here's what I'll be wearing for one of the races: a no-frills Anna from Frozen running outfit.

1Anna Tech Wicking Nordic Princess T-Shirt

I actually picked this up at Goodwill as one of my better scores. Buying new, this costume top is very affordable for a tech costume piece. The shirt is made of performance moisture-wicking material and includes a cape to mimic Anna's adventure cloak. This top runs very small (junior's sizing) -- I got an XL when I would usually wear a M or L in tech shirts.

2Royal Blue Capri Leggings

These aren't an exact match with the shirt, unfortunately, but for me they are close enough. I've gotten other leggings and capris from this brand (YogaReflex) before and I've found them to be quality bottoms for running. This style comes in 17 different colors and I can imagine I'll buy more in the future for different running costumes.

3White Extension Hair Piece

To add a little flair to my Anna costume I'll be placing this white hair extension into my hair to mimic her streak of white from Elsa's touch. I don't know if I'll be able to pull off Anna's iconic two-braid look though. I'll probably just weave this into my one braided ponytail.

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