My favorite type of Disney Style is comfy and cute, and this outfit happens to be just that! What I love so much about this outfit is that it’s very wearable and is a perfect example of styling Disney outside of the parks! It may seem tricky (for a while I though it was), but with the right pieces pixie dust can be added to your everyday style! I hope you love this look as much as I do, and maybe get some inspiration to add some magic to your day-to-day style!
I’ve had this sweatshirt for a while but have been waiting for the right time to shoot it. I got it at a shop near me called Love Culture, although I have seen it also being sold online at Hot Topic. So if you want it for yourself, I would just search around. Anyway, this piece is what really brings the outfit together. It creates a base for the rest of the look: the bow matches the shirt, the purse matches the Alice in Wonderland theme, the jeans match Alice’s blue dress, etc. And I can honestly say, that I wear this sweatshirt around the house 90% of the time. It’s just SO comfy! The writing on the back and Alice on the front are all patches, which adds to the streetstyle effect. Patches are very in right now, so this piece is perfect for looking on-trend, yet rocking some Disney style!
Like I said, the rest of the outfit is centered around the main piece. I got the bow I’m wearing a long time ago from Forever 21 but I’m obsessed with it! It has a shimmer detail, which keeps the outfit looking fresh and young. My jeans are even older and are from Delia’s (remember when that was a thing lol). Do you know when you find a perfect pair of jeans and they are basically your go-to’s? Well that this pair for me. They are so comfy and fit perfectly! My bag is from shopDisney and is probably my favorite bag I own! It’s such a fun piece and adds a whimsical touch to any look! Finally, to add a little bit more blue to the outfit, since that’s Alice’s signature color, I wore some blue drop earrings from LC Lauren Conrad.
I hope you enjoyed seeing this outfit! This just goes to show that Disney style can be achieved outside the parks and I hope to show that more!