Girl Power Costumes: Five Historical Heroines!

For Emma Moore's fifth birthday, her photographer mother, Jaime, dressed her up  five girl power costumes as different women who made history!Girl Power Costumes

"My daughter wasn't born into royalty," Jaime Moore said. "But she was born into a country where she can now vote, become a doctor, a pilot, an astronaut, or even President if she wants and that's what REALLY matters."

Jaime helped Emma to dress up as anthropologist Jane Goodall, fashion designer Coco Chanel, author/activist Helen Keller, pilot Amelia Earhart, and women's rights pioneer Susan B. Anthony.

Jaime also snapped photos of Emma as herself, sporting a badge reading "Emma for President 2014!"

We love Jaime's dedicated to girl power, and her desire to teach her daughter about influential women that paved the way for girls today!

We've constructed a couple of girl power costumes of our own with tutorials for Katniss Everdeen and Rosie the Riveter costumes!

Do you have a girl power costume of your own in store? Share it with us at Sweety High!