Because anyone should be able to be a princess AND Darth Vader at the same time #Families#big kids#costumes#holidays#star wars September 22 2011 | Offbeat Editors offbeatbride I typed "Darth Vader costume" into Pinterest and this is what I got: Photo courtesy of Petruzzo.com Via thehairbowcompany.com Here's a link to the original Craftster post where the photo appeared. This begs the question: how many of you are going to replicate this? More importantly: who's going to take see this Darth Vader princess costume and raise it one Han Solo fairy outfit? I mean seriously. I love the idea that any kid could hop into a tutu, grab his or her pink lightsaber, and throw on a Darth Vader mask and rule the day. This is the cutest thing I've seen since those two kids dressed as Leia and R2D2. Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo PREVIOUS Two mamas + one baby = three family members happy in the park NEXT Would you like a tiny German camping headquarters that can also hit the water? Show/Hide comments [ 20 ] I'm gonna do this!!!! Or at least I want to. The pink tiara on the helmet just freaking KILLS me. 1 agrees Reply OMG at Geek Girl we should all be Darth Vader princesses, with different colored tiaras and accessories. We could each pick a color of the rainbow. WE WOULD RULE. 5 agree Reply Oh NOZ!!!! CHEWBACCA fairy, CHEWBACCA fairy!!!!! damn, this made my WEEK…. Reply YES! CHEWBACCA FAIRY! and RIGHT?! My week is now officially rocked. 1 agrees Reply This is uber-awesome! Now I have the inspiration to do the Batman princess for my girl. Love it! 2 agree Reply This is soooooo my daughter all the way. My daughter ran around dressed in a Spiderman costume, sub princess crown for mask the other day. She's also a big fan of her "Dark Fader" mask, and put it on in hopes that I would let her on the Airsoft range with her teenage brother "Because I'm wearing a mask and a helmet?" Reply My 4 yo saw this and lost her mind. She and Daddy have a huge Star Wars love they share, they even play Lego Star Wars and sit down to watch all the Clone Wars together. So she has me show this to him and now we are planning a Daddy/Daughter Boba Fett and Princess Fett costumes for next year! Yes, we will take pics LOL! 2 agree Reply http://www.thehairbowcompany.com/blog/princess-bounty-hunter-costume/ In addition to tutorial for the princess Vader pictured above, there is a tutorial for a Princess Boba Fett too at The Hair Bow Company. If you scroll to the end you can see that Princess Boba Fett met Boba Fett. Princess Vader also went to a father/daughter dance with her dad dressed as Princess Leia, with a full beard. Reply Ohhhhh I am in LOVE!!!! What about a Ewok fairy 🙂 Totally geeking out right now!!! Reply OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG! I am in LOVE with this!!! There aren't even words to describe the awesome here. 2 agree Reply Amelia just wrote verbatim what I was saying out loud to my computer screen!! This may very well be my favorite image I've ever seen on this blog and my daughter is so getting that costume! Reply Just putting this here and slowly backing away… http://blog.booturtle.com/2010/09/day-darth-fairy-went-to-town.html 4 agree Reply Perfection. I spent a year of my life pretending to be Luke Skywalker on the playground, and I once dressed up for Halloween as a princess witch, yet I was not genius enough to put them together. Reply I looooove it! Reply Hell to the yeah!! Reply Now I'm going to have to think of other geek-tastic princess costumes for "future reference," since the Spawn is only 19mo at the moment. … And it'll give me time to level up my skill in tailoring! Reply omg this is so awesome it blew my mind for the day!! I'm jealous! Reply This is totally a Presley costume! Reply OMG! This is MY craftster post! Thanks for the love! I was totally inspired by booturtle's original costume, and another variation I saw online. Basically my daughter's favourite color is hot pink and she preferred it over pastel colors. So we decided to keep it as close to the regular ol' vader as possible, while making it her style. Thank you 🙂 1 agrees Reply One year my daughter was Spiderman and Princess Aurora Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Subscribe me to your mailing list No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.