How to Put on a Jasmine Costume

This is a blog post about putting together a Jasmine costume from scratch. It was originally posted at and written by Jasmine Star.

It’s that time again! The leaves are changing color, the air is getting cooler and there’s a pumpkin spice latte in everyone’s hand. This year we thought it would be fun to dress up our little one as Disney’s Princess Jasmine.

A few years ago I put together a Jasmine costume for myself including the wig, hairpiece and accessories. I figured it would be much easier this time around because we now have a toddler who will be wearing the costume but I’m not so sure.

The first thing on my list is to find some fabric that is similar to the harem pants that Jasmine wears in Aladdin (the newer movie). If you remember, her harem pants are blue with gold trimmings on the bottom. Luckily I found some beautiful silk fabric at a local fabric store (I searched on Google and came across this website). They had many different colors but in my opinion nothing beats royal blue so I went with that. In addition, I also bought some gold trim to match the

Hello and hello! This blog is about putting together a Jasmine costume from Aladdin. I’m excited to share my experience with you, dear reader.

You can buy an Aladdin costume, but they are expensive and not as good. The best way to put together a Jasmine costume is to make it yourself!

In this blog I will show you how to: Get the right fabric, Make the right pattern, Sew the pieces together, Add accessories (such as the head piece)

This way you have a Jasmine costume that fits you perfectly and looks great!

The first step in putting together a Jasmine costume is to acquire the proper footwear. The easiest way to do this is to find a pair of shoes that are black with a slight heel and then add a gold trim. . . .

Step 1 – Getting The Basics

You’ll need a white top, preferably something that can slip on over your head. I used a tank top so it didn’t cover my neck and shoulders. I got mine in the big and tall section of a local department store. You’ll also need a blue skirt or pants, which you can use a pair of blue jeans for.

Step 2 – Accessories

The next thing you need is something for Jasmine’s waist and shoulders. If you have the money, buy an official Jasmine costume from Disney or one of the cosplay shops online, but if you’re on a small budget like me get yourself some gold trim from your local fabric store. For the waist I cut out a piece of fabric with elastic in it to fit over my hips and then glued gold trim around it. I also made pieces to go over my shoulders by gluing the trim onto some elastic pieces and then attaching them to the tank top with safety pins.

Step 3 – Hair

For hair, you can use any type of wig you want, but I decided to go with braids since they’re easy enough to do even if you don’t know how to French braid. I bought some brown yarn from my local craft store and braided

I finally got my Jasmine costume made! It’s not too hard to make. It just took a lot of trial and error to get the look I wanted.

First, you want to start with the pants. You will need 1/2 yard of blue material, 1/2 yard of gold, and a length of white silk ribbon. I got my material from a local fabric store, but there are many online sources for fabric as well.

Cut the gold fabric into strips that are 2 inches by 12 inches long. Then braid those together and sew them together at each end to form the waist band. Using the same technique, make 4 gold bracelets for your wrists and ankles. Cut two more strips of gold material (2 inches by 24 inches). Sew these together so they form an “X” shape in the front. Sew this piece on top of your blue pants, right in the center on your belly button.

Take your white silk ribbon and cut it into 12 inch sections. Now take these sections and tie them around your head like you would do if you were using it as a belt (loop one end through the other). You should have about 7 or 8 sections tied together to form the headband for your costume.

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Welcome to Jasmine’s Costume Corner! Here you will find tips for making your own Jasmine costume. I’ve made a few different costumes over the years, and I am always looking for new ways to improve the old ones.

I have recently added several new pages on how to make your own Jasmine costume, including a PDF pattern, an in-depth tutorial, and photos of me wearing my costume. Please check them out and let me know what you think!

Jasmine is a princess from Agrabah who lived in the palace with her father, Sultan. Jasmine is the daughter of King Solomon and Queen Sheba. She was born during their reign over all of Arabia. As a young girl, she was sold into slavery by her father due to his greed for money. She was rescued by Aladdin and became an ally of the street urchin and his friends.

The jasmine is one of the most popular flowers in the world. It is one of those rare plants that can be grown in almost any soil type as long as there is adequate moisture during flowering season (spring). The jasmine flower has been used medicinally since ancient times. It has been used to treat colds and flu symptoms such as coughs or

Here are all the things you will need:

1) A pink, sparkly dress that you can put a belt on. I got mine from Goodwill for around $12. I would recommend going with a size smaller than you normally wear so that it fits snuggly and looks more like Jasmine’s.

2) A dark blue belt. I found a blue ribbon at Michaels for about $4 and just tied it around my waist; a regular belt would probably work better.

3) Dark blue shoes to go with the belt. If you don’t have any, try digging through your closet or hitting up Payless or Target. You could also use sandals, which might be more comfortable but less authentic looking.

4) Gold earrings and gold bracelets. I borrowed these from my mom, but you can usually find some at Goodwill as well (or just make them yourself).

5) A headband with a jewel on it to go in your hair. I bought this at Michael’s for about $3, but if you’re crafty, you could probably make one yourself out of wire and beads.

6) Henna tattoo stencils (optional). These are inexpensive and easy to find at the store; they come

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