A Timeline of the Wonderful Transformation of Alice From Alice in Wonderland

Alice Through the Looking Glass is out in theaters today, people! Are you stoked? We definitely are.

Alice has come a long way since she was first created by the mastermind Lewis Carroll in 1865 (yes, the character has been around for that long!). Follow us down the rabbit hole of her dramatic transformation throughout the years now:

 

Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865)

OG Alice looks far different than the Alice we're used to seeing. She's sort of a "Plain Jane" in this black-and-white illustration.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland drawing

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Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass (1871)

Alice's look didn't change much from Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to Through the Looking-Glass, but she did get some newly striped tights and a cute little bow in her hair.

Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass drawings

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Walt Disney's animated Alice in Wonderland (1951)

And now we make our way to the Alice we know and love – so sweet and simple with her iconic pristine white apron and baby blue dress. Don't lie, you know you've tried tying a black ribbon around your hair to copy her.

Alice in Wonderland Walt Disney cartoon screen shot

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Disney's live-action Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Alice still had the baby blue dress when Tim Burton directed Alice in Wonderland, but it was far more fashion-forward than the past dresses we've seen the character wear. He hair is also a bit more undone and unruly, which is more realistic than the polished hair of the Disney cartoon.

Alice in Wonderland 2010 Disney movie screen shot

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Disney's live-action Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)

Alice has ditched her classic blue dress and white apron for a colorful and eccentric blouse and pant pairing in the latest film adaptation. It's a loud outfit, which perfectly offsets Alice's quiet demeanor.

Alice Through the Looking Glass full outfit screen shot

(via Walt Disney Pictures)

 

Have you guys seen Urban Decay's Alice Through the Looking Glass-inspired makeup? It's simply marvelous! See what we mean HERE.