Disney fans, get ready to freak out, because now there's a grown-up way to play dress-up at the happiest place on Earth—and there's lots of glamorous, vintage flair involved.
According to Southern Living, Disney World opened a retro apparel and accessory shop called the Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane at Disney Springs in 2017. The whimsical collection is inspired by Disney movies, characters, and park attractions—and we're coveting everything. As you can see in the video above, posted by the unofficial Disney blog Inside the Magic, wearing these marvelous retro frocks is basically guaranteed to make you feel like a princess.
Parkgoers on the West Coast don't have to feel left out either. Anaheim's Downtown Disney offers selected pieces from the Dress Shop inside Vault 28, as well.
The sizes of these fit-and-flare dresses vary from style to style, and can fall anywhere from XS to XXL, and plus sizes up to 3X. The dress prices range from $100 to $160. And in true Disney fashion, the amount of thought put into each style's pattern and details will blow your socks off.
"We designed the Dress Shop collection for guests who want to emulate their favorite Disney characters or theme park attractions in a fun, retro way," Disney Parks merchandiser Donna Sorrow told The Disney Parks Blog. "These items aren't costumes, rather the collection contains perfect outfits for guests who have a passion for Disney style."
Translation: You can dress up like Minnie Mouse and Snow White without looking like you're about to attend a costume party. For example, the Dress Shop's take on Belle's signature look is a lovely blue collared dress with cute bookshelf accents.
The Dress Shop also offers a series of dresses specifically for park fanatics. Inspired by various attractions like the Enchanted Tiki Room, the Haunted Mansion, and the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, these designs are chock-full of Disney kitsch—there's even an It's A Small World dress!
Diehard Disney World geeks out there might recognize the Orange Bird on this dress—it's the park's official mascot. How cute is that?
The dresses aren't just sold at the parks though—Disney fans can also purchase select styles online. And act fast—because right now, there are several styles that are on sale, including the It's a Small World dress and the Captain America dress.
(h/t Southern Living)
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