The Best Sources for Disney Apparel and Accessories
Our Disney Cruise to Alaska is not too far behind us and I wanted to share my top eight favorite places I purchased Disney apparel for the kids and adults too! I made it a point to have my kids wear something Disney related every day we were on our seven night cruise and it was really fun to also dress in the fun. We booked our cruise six months in advance and I started loading up my online carts right away. I was off on a few of the sizes for Apple since she's growing out of everything so fast right now. For example, I bought her size 12-18m in most brands as she was 13 months at the time of our trip. But I find H&M clothing to run really large so a few of her items were a little baggy.
Since I know that we're only just getting started with Disney adventures and I'll be needing to buy new items as my kids outgrow their current selection, if I come across screaming deals and clearance items that I love, I'll snatch them up and store them away for upcoming trips.
For both adults and kids, I stocked up heavily at H&M for this trip. They constantly have a rotation of Disney apparel so no matter how long it's been since I purchased our items, check there for a current selection. I love H&M for their fit and style. Both of my kids are long and lean and the H&M European cut works great for us. I found a pair of Mickey print lounge pants that I bought for myself and one for my mom and sister. As you'll see from the pictures, most of Apple's outfits are from here!
Similarly like I mentioned with H&M, they always have a rotation on new style Disney apparel. I've only found things I've liked for the kids, however.
GAP and Old Navy
I lumped these two together since technically they are owned by the same parent company... however this would truly make the list more like the top nine sources. Since they both also have a constant inventory of Disney gear, check the sale sections for some great deals! We scored some Minnie Mouse tights and a few tees for less than a few dollars each! And they usually have a large selection of Disney apparel.
BONDS Australia and Cotton: On
Two of my favorite companies that happen to both be out of Australia. Don't let this deter you from checking them out, however. Both brands ship to the USA for free with a minimal minimum order. I'm talking like fifty bucks, and pretty fast too! BONDS and Cotton:On ran a collaboration with Disney back in the fall of 2016 so I snagged a few things, like the wonderzip suit in Bambi print for Apple. AND.... I just saw on their Instagram last week that they are launching a NEW collection centered around the Jungle Book! I am so excited, so look for that in the Summer of 2017.
Last time I checked, Cotton:On still had some stock and looked like a few new graphic tees as well. So keep your eye out for new inventory and styles. I know I will be.
I love finding little handmade goodies from Etsy; they are always so much more unique. You could spend a fortune on accessories here for your little girl's hair! And how about matching screen printed t-shirts for the family?
It's my all time favorite store so I have loved finding a few Disney pieces here and there.
The Disney Store
Of course no list would be complete without mentioning the source of all sources... or you would think. I've been very surprised at how disappointing the selection is from the disneystore.com. For the reason, I put it last on this list. I didn't check here that often and as inventory changes frequently, maybe you'll find something great!
Pictured in image above: Apple's swimsuit is from Target. Totes is wearing swim trunks with matching cap from H&M. Also on Apple (far right); tee and tulle skirt from Zara, tights from Gap and metallic shoes from H&M.
Minnie Mouse vest from H&M
Mickey Mouse Sweater from Target
Dress from Target, Shoes from H&M
Minnie Mouse Polkadot jacket with mouse ears hoodie, tunic top and leggings with gold foil Mickey Mouse graphic print from H&M
BONDS Wondersuit in Bambi Print
"Fast as Lightning" Cars Pajamas from H&M
Minnie Mouse Bow Sequin Sweater from Zara, hair clip from Etsy
"Team Mickey" Graphic Tee from Gap