Dad makes incredible Disney princess costumes for his kids

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.

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.

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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.

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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