Dad makes incredible Disney princess costumes for his kids

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Disney Princesses Without Makeup

Fashion designer Nephi Garcia has found new inspiration from an unlikely source -- Disney movies.

His models don't mind, though, because they're his daughters.

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The 32-year-old father of three used to work in high fashion, but once he had kids he told BuzzFeed it "wasn't really working" for him anymore.

Our bird fiends are back!!!! #designerdaddy #cinderella #cosplay #costume #disneycosplay #disneyland

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He got started making the intricate Disney costumes when his daughter, Lilli, said she needed something to wear for their family trip to Disney World.

Enchanted! #designerdaddy #giselle #princeedward

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Garcia created a Fairy Godmother costume that was so fabulous, he got dozens of requests the next day from parents who saw the outfit in the park.

That #magical #moment!!! #fairygodmother #Disneyland #disneyworld #designerdaddy #fairy #magic @thedisneycentral

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Making costumes for his daughters takes only four to six hours of work, while the adult versions can take from 12 to 48 hours.

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Since they are so gorgeous and accurate, they aren't cheap. To buy one for your child, you'll have to drop at least $600. For an adult costume, it costs a whopping $1,800.

Garcia uses only the finest materials and never uses the same design twice to get that Disney magic according to his interview with BuzzFeed.

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