elsa in suit

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“Let’s Marvin Gaye and get it on
You got the healing that I want
Just like they say it in the song
Until the dawn, let’s Marvin Gaye and get it on” (x)

suddenly feels like drawing otps kissing at the prom while slowly listening and dancing to the song <3

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You ask me how deep I love you

How much my love is

My feeling does not waver

My love does not change

The Moon represents my heart 

Listening to a song & thinking about your otp level: Teresa Teng 

IDK MAN IT HAPPENED WHEN I HEARD MY MOM LISTENED TO THIS A FEW DAYS AGO

  • Anna (about Elsa): I know she’s having a miserable time. We have telepathy. It’s like my brain is receiving telegraphs from her.
  • Kristoff: Well, you have a bad express service. Stop getting them.
  • Anna: Nuh-uh. I can sense these things. Remember when she broke her leg and I sensed it?
  • Kristoff: That’s because you fell on her and broke it.
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Elsa in her blue suit, that was an example where Ryan had wanted one thing and then came to me and said, ‘Nope, Lou-Lou we’re going to change it up — she’s going to sing a Bowie song, and I want our take on that blue suit’. Throwing that together was fast and furious, and literally she was walking up on stage and we were still pulling the needle and threat on it.

The idea we were going for with her character is faded glamour. I love that blue suit. We’re backdating to the late ’40s with that costume, even though this season is set in 1952. The townspeople are in the ’50s and our carnival people are backdated a little bit.

The character has a very 1930s diva-superstar look to her, but she also has some very whimsical looks, some very clown-like looks. — Lou Eyrich.