Gothel’s dress is from the Renaissance, which is 400 years before the time period of when the film takes place in the 1780s. This was in an effort to emphasis how Gothel and Rapunzel don’t match up and how long Gothel had been living.
Cheers. To Flynn Rider. The closest Disney ever came
to a realistic male character.
All the awards.
he’s the first realistic Prince.
He’s like me only attractive and motivated
Tangled (2010) concept art © Claire Keane
Since I had never really seen a picture of Rapunzel and Eugene’s wedding rings close up, I decided to find a high quality picture and zoom up on them. Anyway, I cropped a picture and saved it. ^-^