December 7, 2018

Disney Fashion: My Disney Style

I love a bit of Disney fashion, especially to wear when visiting the parks.  It kind of feels weird not wearing something Disney related when visiting Disneyland Paris.  Over the years I have collected many a Disney Tee, pjs and of course socks. It always has been tricky to lay my hands on such items a few years back.  Not many shops would stock Disney unless of course it was the Disney shop itself.  However, now we have the likes of Primark, H&M, Tesco and even Boohoo have their own Disney range now!

I wanted to share with you guys some of my favourite recent purchases that I wore on my last trip and even brought some bits that I love whilst there!

Disney Fashion: My Disney Style

Mickey Mouse Hoody – H&M

First I want to share this mickey mouse hoody from H&M.  Its a little discreet, which is what I love about it but still has that Disney detail.  Some clothes I think you can really only get away with wearing in the park as they can be a little OTT (which is fine of course!) but for me, this hoody is something I’ll wear all the time.  It’s super comfy and soft and is perfectly fitted.  Mr B counted how many Mickeys there are and I believe there is 28!

Me and W wearing our Disney outfits for our day at Disneyland Paris - Disney hoody from H&M with ripped jeans and a red bow in my hair

Close up of my Disney fashion hoody from H&M

Donald Duck Jumper – Boohoo

This year, I wore this on our first full day in the parks and Matt also wore his Donald jumper, so we were kind of twinning!  Boohoo have offered a Disney range for a while now but they seemed to have up-ed their game recently, and there is a huge range to choose from.  I love this jumper but I fear the quality may not be as good as others.  However, I cannot complain as I will really only wear this jumper around the house and when I visit Disney, so it won’t be worm all the time. It was also really reasonally priced around £15.

Me wearing my black Donald Duck jumper - my disney fashion

Mickey Mouse trainer socks – Main Street, Disneyland Paris

I spotted these at a store on mainstream and instantly wanted them.  I wear trainer socks all the time but with the added Minne mouse on the back of each heel is just too cute!!  When work with trainers, you can just about see Minnie mouse peaking out at the back over the top of the trainer.  I LOVE THEM and was around 10 euros.

Disney socks! These trainer socks has a little minnie mouse head at the back that peeks out of the top of my trainer

Baby Pink Spirit Jersey – Main Street

I spotted this a few days into our holiday but at 54.99 euros, I was dubious about buying it.  It’s a lot of money to spend when I have three children that seem to want everything from every Disney shop.  Some of the Disney fashion items can be expensive when out there.  BUT, I couldn’t stop thinking about it so on our last but one day, I got it.  And I bloody love it!  It’s so comfy and I love the pink glitter on the back where it ready Disneyland Paris.  I will wear this ALL OF THE TIME.  The quality is top notch and now I have brought it, I can say that it defiantly is worth the money.  They also have it available in black.

Me wearing my baby pink spririt jersey meeting minnie and mickey at Disneyland paris - my disney fashion

A close up of the back of my spirit jersey in baby pink with glitter writing on the back

Grey sequin Mickey T-shirt – Primark

This T-shirt is super cute.  I brought it a while back in Primark for around £10.  Again, I would wear this all the time, not necessarily just in the parks.  The quality of the t-shirt it actually really good and is quite thick.  I am not sure if they still stock this T-shirt but it is worth a look when your next in there!

Me wearing a grey t shirt with a sequin mickey mouse in black and silver - my disney fashion

Mickey Mouse rucksack – Primark

I spotted this in the children’s section of Primark.  They have quite a few Disney fashion rucksacks but this one is my favourite and I have been using it for most of the summer this year.  It isn’t very big, so I wouldn’t necessarily say this is a ‘park bag’ but as Matt had one rucksack, I used this smaller one for Baby K’s nappies, wipes etc.  I love Minnie’s Ears!

Mickey Mouse lounge set – Boohoo

I have had this for a while now.  It is simply a pair of black leggings with a grey Mickey Mouse T-shirt.  I brought it from the loungewear/PJ section from boohoo and it is great for just hanging  around in the house.  I didn’t size up for this but if brought again, I would do so that it would be a looser fit as it is quite fitted.

Boohoo lounge set from my favourite Disney fashion picks

Minne Mouse lounge set – Tesco

Matt brought me as he knows me too well – I love lounge wear!  What I love about this is that they also stock in in children’s size too (but with shorts instead of leggings!)  The quality is great and it is super comfy.  I love how Tesco offer Disney fashion now, it is becoming quite popular there!  This was around £15.

My Minnie mouse lounge set

And there you have it.  Do you own any of these Disney fashion items?  Let me know in the comments below!






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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

I really wanted a concrete place to share my love for travel, in particular Disney and offer my readers a chance to gain some knowledge around what we love to do as a family of 5.

I share our family adventures which include days out, travel advice and tips, holiday reviews, restaurant visits and of course, our love for Disney, including Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World.

Life is about creating memories, and here we are sharing them with you




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