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3rd Feb '16 8:00:31 PM mistermissy
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** A flashback shows that refined femininity was a trait widespread in the court of Blue Diamond, which included Sapphire, very likely Lapis, and many other silhouettes of Gems in shades of blue, all of whom wore dresses or skirts. Blue Diamond's Pearl fit the stereotype of Pearls as emotionless, pretty dolls for nobles, which the other two Pearls we've seen don't. Blue Diamond herself wears a veil reminiscent of the Virgin Mary, and speaks softly, though she's still as ruthless as any tyrant. This is a deep contrast with Yellow Diamond and every known Gem who was made to serve her; they all have outwardly [[{{Jerkass}} aggressive, rude and haughty]] personalities, even the Pearl!
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** A flashback shows that refined femininity was a trait widespread in the court of Blue Diamond, which included Sapphire, very likely Lapis, and many other silhouettes of Gems in shades of blue, all most of whom wore dresses or skirts. Blue Diamond's Pearl fit the stereotype of Pearls as emotionless, pretty dolls for nobles, which the other two Pearls we've seen don't. Blue Diamond herself wears a veil reminiscent of the Virgin Mary, and speaks softly, though she's still as ruthless as any tyrant. This is a deep contrast with Yellow Diamond and every known Gem who was made to serve her; they all have outwardly [[{{Jerkass}} aggressive, rude and haughty]] personalities, even the Pearl!Pearl, and generally have gender-neutral designs.
29th Jan '16 2:38:59 PM SolipSchism
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** ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' played with this by making two of the fairies have a [[EditWar bit of a war]] over the color of Aurora's dress. It is blue for most of the movie, including the iconic kiss, despite being pink in merchandising.
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** ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' played with this by making two of the fairies have a [[EditWar [[Administrivia/EditWar bit of a war]] over the color of Aurora's dress. It is blue for most of the movie, including the iconic kiss, despite being pink in merchandising.
13th Jan '16 5:26:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Farival twins in ''TheAwakening'' are described as wearing the "Virgin's colors, blue and white, having been dedicated to the Blessed Virgin at their baptism".
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* The Farival twins in ''TheAwakening'' ''Literature/TheAwakening'' are described as wearing the "Virgin's colors, blue and white, having been dedicated to the Blessed Virgin at their baptism".
9th Jan '16 5:19:15 PM mistermissy
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** [[spoiler: Sapphire, as well, who is the [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly Girl to Ruby's Tomboy]]. And like Lapis, she also combines it with blue skin and hair (though Sapphire does have patches of white in her outfit)]]
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** [[spoiler: ** Sapphire, as well, who is the [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly Girl to Ruby's Tomboy]]. And like Lapis, she also combines it with blue skin and hair (though Sapphire does have patches of white in her outfit)]]outfit.)

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** [[spoiler: A flashback shows that refined femininity was a trait widespread in the court of Blue Diamond, which included Sapphire, as well, who is the [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly Girl to Ruby's Tomboy]]. And like very likely Lapis, she also combines it and many other silhouettes of Gems in shades of blue, all of whom wore dresses or skirts. Blue Diamond's Pearl fit the stereotype of Pearls as emotionless, pretty dolls for nobles, which the other two Pearls we've seen don't. Blue Diamond herself wears a veil reminiscent of the Virgin Mary, and speaks softly, though she's still as ruthless as any tyrant. This is a deep contrast with blue skin Yellow Diamond and hair (though Sapphire does every known Gem who was made to serve her; they all have patches of white in her outfit)]]outwardly [[{{Jerkass}} aggressive, rude and haughty]] personalities, even the Pearl!
1st Jan '16 4:29:35 AM rafi
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** Of the villainess, the witch Icy of the DarkFeminine type.
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** Of the villainess, the witch Icy of the DarkFeminine [[LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine Dark Feminine]] type.
1st Jan '16 4:28:41 AM rafi
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** Of the villainess, the witch Icy of the DarkFeminine type.
25th Dec '15 7:58:35 AM MsChibi
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** Also, Feimei, one of Syaoran's older sisters wears one. According to the guidebook, the colors of the girls' dresses [[IdenticalTwinIDTag help to distinguish them]].
18th Dec '15 11:47:39 PM Pichu-kun
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** In ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', Jasmine's main outfit is turquoise, a greenish shade of blue, accompanied by a blue jeweled headband. ** Belle's simple blue dress and white apron in ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is perhaps the most familiar of her outfits aside from her golden ballroom gown. ** ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'': Merida has a turquoise silk dress as part of her royal attire, though she's more seen and much more comfortable with her dark green cotton one. This is likely being invoked by her mother, who resents Merida's tomboyish nature and wishes for her to be more ladylike. ** Disney/{{Cinderella}}'s dress is only blue in products from the "Disney Princess" line. The dress is supposed to be silver (although the [[NiceShoes glass slippers]] were always blue tinted), but DigitalDestruction caused her dress to become silvery-blue, a problem that still exists in the blu-ray release[[note]]Along with her hair, which is supposed to strawberry-blonde, but is pure blonde in the aforementioned "Disney Princess" products, as well as both the DVD and the aforementioned blu-ray version[[/note]]. However, her nightgown was definitely blue. Her sweet and kindly FairyGodmother also wears a blue dress. ** In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', Elsa pretty much wears exclusively blue dresses, save for the green dress in ''Disney/FrozenFever''. Anna inverts this, as most of her dresses are green, save for the blue [[StylishProtectionGear winter dress]] (paired with [[PrincessesPreferPink the pink cape and hat]]) she wears when trying to find Elsa. ** In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', Ariel wears a blue ribbon in her hair and a dress that is no less than ''three'' different shades of blue in the scene where Eric gives her a tour of his kingdom. Her dress at the end when [[spoiler:Triton grants her wish]] and she emerges from the sea is a shimmering silvery-blue number. ** The dress Disney/{{Mulan}} wore to infiltrate the invaded palace, disguised as a courtesan. The rest of the men, disguising themselves as women, also wore blue dresses. ** Tiana briefly borrows a fancy blue dress in ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''. On a side note, since it took place in TheRoaringTwenties, that color would have been seen as more feminine than the rest of [[PrincessesPreferPink Charlotte's wardrobe]]. ** ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' played with this by making two of the fairies have a [[EditWar bit of a war]] over the color of Aurora's dress. It is blue for most of the movie, including the iconic kiss, despite being pink in merchandising.

** The Blue Fairy from ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}''. ** Disney/{{Cinderella}}'s dress is only blue in products from the "Disney Princess" line. The dress is supposed to be silver (although the [[NiceShoes glass slippers]] were always blue tinted), but DigitalDestruction caused her dress to become silvery-blue, a problem that still exists in the blu-ray release[[note]]Along with her hair, which is supposed to strawberry-blonde, but is pure blonde in the aforementioned "Disney Princess" products, as well as both the DVD and the aforementioned blu-ray version[[/note]]. However, her nightgown was definitely blue. Her sweet and kindly FairyGodmother also wears a blue dress * Lady from ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' was given a blue collar.
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** The Blue Fairy from ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}''. ** Disney/{{Cinderella}}'s dress is only blue in products from the "Disney Princess" line. The dress is supposed to be silver (although the [[NiceShoes glass slippers]] were always blue tinted), but DigitalDestruction caused her dress to become silvery-blue, a problem that still exists in the blu-ray release[[note]]Along with her hair, which is supposed to strawberry-blonde, but is pure blonde in the aforementioned "Disney Princess" products, as well as both the DVD and the aforementioned blu-ray version[[/note]]. However, her nightgown was definitely blue. Her sweet and kindly FairyGodmother also wears a blue dress * Lady from ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' was given a blue collar. Her owner's son has an extremely pink wardrobe so the colors are probably in used in the older "Blue=Feminine, Pink=Masculine" way. * The Blue Fairy from ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' is dressed in blue.

* ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' played with this by making two of the fairies have a [[EditWar bit of a war]] over the color of Aurora's dress. It is blue for most of the movie, including the iconic kiss, despite being pink in merchandising. * In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', Ariel wears a blue ribbon in her hair and a dress that is no less than ''three'' different shades of blue in the scene where Eric gives her a tour of his kingdom. Her dress at the end when [[spoiler:Triton grants her wish]] and she emerges from the sea is a shimmering silvery-blue number. * Belle's simple blue dress and white apron in ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is perhaps the most familiar of her outfits aside from her golden ballroom gown. * In ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', Jasmine's main outfit is turquoise, a greenish shade of blue, accompanied by a blue jeweled headband. * The dress Disney/{{Mulan}} wore to infiltrate the invaded palace, disguised as a courtesan. The rest of the men, disguising themselves as women, also wore blue dresses. * Tiana briefly borrows a fancy blue dress in ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''. On a side note, since it took place in TheRoaringTwenties, that color would have been seen as more feminine than the rest of [[PrincessesPreferPink Charlotte's wardrobe]]. * ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'': Merida has a turquoise silk dress as part of her royal attire, though she's more seen and much more comfortable with her dark green cotton one. This is likely being invoked by her mother, who resents Merida's tomboyish nature and wishes for her to be more ladylike.

* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', Elsa pretty much wears exclusively blue dresses, save for the green dress in ''Disney/FrozenFever''. Anna inverts this, as most of her dresses are green, save for the blue [[StylishProtectionGear winter dress]] (paired with [[PrincessesPreferPink the pink cape and hat]]) she wears when trying to find Elsa. * Marnie from ''Anime/WhenMarnieWasThere'' favors wearing blue dresses.
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* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', Elsa pretty much wears exclusively blue dresses, save for the green dress in ''Disney/FrozenFever''. Anna inverts this, as most of her dresses are green, save for the blue [[StylishProtectionGear winter dress]] (paired with [[PrincessesPreferPink the pink cape and hat]]) she wears when trying to find Elsa. * Marnie from ''Anime/WhenMarnieWasThere'' favors wearing blue dresses. [[spoiler:Her style of dress could be {{foreshadowing}} to the fact she's not a modern day child]].
18th Dec '15 11:38:50 PM Pichu-kun
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* Marnie from ''Anime/WhenMarnieWasThere'' favors wearing blue dresses.

* Charlotte of ''WesternAnimation/MakingFiends'' is ''completely'' blue. Her skin, eyes, clothes and hair are all blue.
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* Charlotte of ''WesternAnimation/MakingFiends'' is ''completely'' blue. Her skin, eyes, clothes and hair are all blue. She's the epitome of a CheerfulChild.

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* Charlotte In the comics she wears a variety of ''WesternAnimation/MakingFiends'' is ''completely'' blue. Her skin, eyes, clothes and hair are all blue.however Sabrina in ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaAndTheGroovieGoolies'' mainly wears a blue dress.
14th Nov '15 5:29:03 AM fearlessnikki
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* Gretchen from ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' usually wears a blue dress with a pink bow tied around it. This is Ashley Q.'s signature color.
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* Gretchen from ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' usually wears a blue dress with a pink bow tied around it. This Although she's a brainiac without much like for girly things, this does show that she has a small girly side to her. Notably for getting her school pictures taken, she wears another blue dress. When she gets a makeover from Ashley A, the two are both wearing blue skirts. Additionally this is Ashley Q.'s Q's signature color.colour.
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