Pink Princess

Saved the best for last on this Tokyo Disney Style Blog.

I’ve been going to Disney in pink ever since I was a child. And before rose gold and millennial pink were a thing, blush was the color I’ve always felt prettiest and most confident in. So now that I’m older, I make sure that there is always at least one pink day – especially on my birthday trips.

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And let me tell you, I think this may be the most pink outfit I’ve ever worn. And this includes the outfits my mom and I wore on our last Disney trip,¬†which were already pretty extra.

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Toontown Bound

Okay, so this next one isn’t necessarily a bound, but more of a Disney style ensemble. It takes me back to those days as a kid where I’d go to the parks in a Mickey shirt and a hat and call it a day. This is what I would call a “ride day” outfit, because it’s practical for a whole day of gallivanting around the parks (not that I go on that many rides lol)

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Practically Perfect

I don’t know about you, but I am sooo ready to see Mary Poppins Returns! The trailer alone brings back all the wonderful childhood feels, and knowing that in a few days I’ll get to see it remade on the big screen fills my heart with so much joy.

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“Winds in the east, there’s a mist coming in, like something is brewing, about to begin.”

In honor of our dear old Mary, I put a few Disneybound ideas together to wear to the premiere – or in everyday life really. I mean, I probably would. Mary Poppins is fashion goals.

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Disneybound

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Disney Princess Bounding

Inspired by my recent trip to Disneyland, I’ve discovered the fun and creative art of Disneybounding¬†– where you take inspiration from Disney characters – whether it be colors/placement of colors, hairstyles, makeup, and even the character’s personality, and create an outfit that you could wear everyday. I found this particularly interesting because I love inserting a little magic in everything I wear.

So for those of you who want to:

  1. put Disney in your everyday outfits
  2. dress like a Disney character in Disneyland/Disneyworld but are above 14 years old
  3. do Disney on a Budget
  4. go to work as Belle but can’t fit in your office elevator in a ballgown
  5. dress up as a lowkey Disney character for Halloween

This is for you!

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