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Make Disney Extra Kawaii with This Adorable New Collection

Make Disney Extra Kawaii with This Adorable New Collection

If you love Disney but it’s still not kawaii enough for you, I feel your pain. Fans (like us) who obsess over all things cute are in luck because the Disney store has just launched a new line of trendy kawaii Disney products.

D/Style is a curated assortment of fashion items and accessories, available on DisneyStore.com. Designed with a hint of Japanese kawaii charm, this collection includes everything: dishware, totes, tech accessories, and even socks. Oh, the socks. I don’t know if it’s normal to covet socks this much, but the fact that themed socks for adults exist hits me right in the feels.

The Disney characters that garner the most hearts on Instagram are Minnie MouseWinnie the PoohAlice in Wonderland, and Tsum Tsum. These also happen to be the main focus of the D/Style line. These Alice and Minnie bags are sweet and sophisticated looks that look great for everyday. Even Chip and Dale make for fun carrying totes.

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Back in August at D23 Expo, Disney showcased a preview of the Tsum Tsum housewares line. Now it’s finally a reality, so tsum fans can add bowls, stackable mugs and even Tsum Tsum plates to their collection. Don’t like round plates? There are square plates. Averse to normal geometric shapes? Mickey ears plates will fit the bill. D/Style has thought of everything.

There’s even a line of Winnie the Pooh products that uh, feature his backside. Odd, yet still adorable! You can’t deny the kawaii of this entire line even when it involves a silly old bear’s posterior.

Take a peek at the collection in the gallery below, and let us know which is your favorite product in the comments!

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