I’ve had lots of people ask me where I get my Disney clothes. The short answer is: all over! The section of my closet devoted to Disney keeps growing and is made up of pieces from several different locations. The majority of my Disney T-shirts are purchased from the Disney Store.
The Disney Store runs sales pretty often, so I rarely buy without some sort of discount. I’ve also gotten cute Disney tops (including my Maleficent tank that I wore to Villains Unleashed) at Torrid, a store that specializes in plus-sized clothes.
Smaller folks can often find similar styles at Hot Topic (but be warned that Hot Topic uses juniors sizing, so items may run narrower than you’re used to). And the Disney accessories at Hot Topic are AMAZING, I’m currently coveting this Rapunzel’s tower necklace.
Sometimes you need to get a little more custom with your Disney clothes. I’ve turned to Etsy for shirts, including these shirts for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
Some of my favorite Disney shirts have come via iron-on transfers. There were these iron-on T-shirts that Franklin and I printed ourselves.
But for most of my iron-on transfers, I’ve turned to Miss Morgan Designs. She has lots of options and everything is customizable!
She’s made me a couple of Frozen designs.
And my favorite Harry Potter shirt that I’ve ever owned.
My main Disney accessory are my customizable Minnie ears. They’re modified so I can put any bow I want on them. And I change the bow often while at Disney, sometimes I change the bow multiple times each day.
Where do all these bows come from? Meet Hayley, owner, creator and creative genius behind Magical Ribbons.
True story, Hayley spotted me in the park because she recognized my Anna bow — I’d asked for the tails to be short so I could wear it on my Minnie ears.
For those of you who like a more subtle Disney look, there’s Disney Bounding. This Tumblr is the hub of all things Disney Bound.
Our 24-Hour Disney Day outfits were Disney Bounds of Wall-E and Eve instead of full-on costumes.
For clothes that pay homage to a galaxy far, far away, I turn to Her Universe. Ashley Eckstein created this line of clothes for a market that is often underserved: female sci-fi fans. In the Disney /Universal-related realm, Her Universe offers Star Wars, Marvel and Transformers. It was where I got my Star Wars Weekend clothes last year.
If anyone is looking for Disney-themed leggings, check out Poprageous. Their leggings are a bit pricey, but the quality is amazing!
There you have it, all my Disney shopping secrets. Where do you shop for your favorite Disney clothes? Did I miss any places on the list?Share this post: