Who doesn’t want to spend as much time as possible dressed like a Disney character? Okay, maybe if you don’t want to don a full costume complete with a mouse head, don’t you want to wear Disney-inspired fashion on the regular? I’m gonna assume I’m not the only one who likes to show off her passion for Disney’s animated films and theme parks via my apparel and accessories. In fact, I know I’m not alone because Disney-themed fashion can be found all around the interwebs.
I’ve bitten the bullet for you and spent time flipping through Etsy and trying samples (e.g. enjoying some retail therapy) to find some of the best, most creative, different, etc. Disney fashion out there to help you out if you’re finding yourself in a street rat rut.
If your Disney aesthetic is all about being classy and subtle, then Whosits & Whatsits is made for you. They’re perhaps most well-known for their Neverland beanie (pictured above), but their collection of shirts feature inventive and beautiful graphics that run the gamut, incorporating locations such as the Pride Lands from The Lion King or putting a musical theater spin on concepts like the Daughters of Triton from The Little Mermaid.
Need a dress covered in Disney? The Village Haus is the seller you’re looking for. They create skater and bodycon style dresses (and also leggings!) inspired by characters or foods. I mean, look at the Mickey waffle dress pictured above. I like any occasion when my Disneyland favorite foods end up on my clothing without me spilling said food onto said clothing. Village Haus uses a polyester spandex blend for their dresses and leggings, and their prints include everything from Dole whip to Joy’s dress pattern from Inside Out.
Details, details, details. Whether you’re looking for a boldly printed dress or handmade pins to add just the right touch of flair to your outfit, The Brave Little Tailor has your back. The above Starbucks pins are just a sampling of the affordable brooches in their shop—they also have resin pins that look like Mickey Mouse lollipops. Yep. Based on my experience, their pins are both lightweight and sturdy.
If you’re all about the quotes, look no further than Jordandené. Their tops feature lines such as Mary Poppins’ memorable “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!” and Belle’s “I want adventure in the great wide somewhere” emblazoned in elegant fonts (no Comic Sans here, friends) on tanks and t-shirts. The fabric is comfortable and holds up well with multiple washings (I’ve tested it). I like to wear Jordandené’s tops with jeans and a variety of cardigans and wraps.
You can browse additional styles from all four vendors in the gallery below. I’m sorry/not sorry if flipping through the gallery makes you feel like spending dollars.
Do you already have a closet full of Disney-inspired fashion? Head to the comments and tell me where you find your fashion treasures. Or, tell me which of these items you’ve added to your wish list.
Featured Image: Brave Little Tailor and Whosits & Whatsits