Princess Zelda

Most popular Elf Ears for Princess Zelda costumes:

Princess Zelda Elf Ears

Anime Elf Ears

Code: Anime Elf Ears    Brand: Aradani Studios


But which ears should I get!

This is one of the most common questions we get at Aradani, as with each new Zelda game, both Link’s and Zelda’s ears change in appearance (and Ganondorf in the later games!). Well, hopefully this will help you pick out your ears, depending on what Link or Princess Zelda you are cosplaying.

For a more in depth Style Guide for Legend of Zelda characters, click here.

From Wikipedia:

Princess Zelda (Japanese: ???? Hepburn: Zeruda-Hime?) is the name of a fictional character in Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series, who was introduced in its original entry in 1986. The name has applied to many female members of Hyrule’s royal family,[1] which includes several distinct characters in Hyrule legend.[2]

Though she is the eponymous character, her story role is often that of donor or damsel in distress. The player instead controls Link, the series’ central protagonist, and usually focuses on defeating Ganon (or Ganondorf), the series’ main antagonist.[3] Many Zelda games adopt the classic princess-and-dragon premise of chivalric literature: Zelda is usually kidnapped or imprisoned by Ganon, prompting Link to come to her rescue. Some games in the series have also emphasized Zelda’s magical abilities and importance to the functioning of Hyrule, demonstrating that she is more than capable of taking care of herself. In several games, she is one of the Sages, whose work is essential to defeating Ganon; in others, she adopts alternative personae in order to take a more active role in her kingdom; and in some, she is a self-sacrificing princess regnant. Zelda’s alter egos include the ninja Sheik in Ocarina of Time and the pirate Tetra in The Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass.