Disney Princesses in Pants: Finally!

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Photo by: Courtesy of Haruki Godo
Princess Jasmine dressed as Prince Ali in "Aladdin."
Godo told Yahoo Shine he's been drawing for as long as he can remember, but he only created his first Disney fan art in August of 2012.

Disney princesses have an obsessive following, and recently artists have had their own moment in the spotlight by reimagining the princesses in creative ways. The latest come from Japanese digital artist Haruki Godo, whose new series of drawings called "Costume Swap" depicts Aurora, Ariel, Tiana, Rapunzel, and other animated Disney princesses wearing the clothing of their male counterparts. The result is an awesome project that shatters traditional gender roles. "I'm very fond of love between a man and a woman. Couples," Godo told Yahoo Shine exclusively. "And I also love girls, so I thought if they wear their boyfriends' clothes, I would be very happy. They are my wishes." Godo posted the images along with his other drawings on the DeviantART online forum. "To put it simply, in this series, they're enjoying cosplay," he writes on his page. Watch as Princess Jasmine trades in her crop top for a regal pantsuit and Ariel ditches her mermaid tail for sea captain garb. Their new wardrobes may be atypical for Disney heroines, but if Kate Middleton is any indication, princesses don't always wear dresses. By Joanna Douglas, Yahoo Shine Senior Fashion and Beauty Editor