Fashion Inspiration: Walt Disney & His Magical Kingdom

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The Happiest Place On Earth, otherwise known as Walt Disney World, has been one of the most popular  vacation destinations for more than forty years. Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom may not be the actual original, but it has become a favorite amongst both children as well as adults. How can it not? With 6 themed lands, as well as fun and adventurous activities and rides for all to enjoy. Not to forget our loved cartoon characters that you spot wandering along the way!

Our everyday lives (or real life shall we say) may now allow us to pay visits to the Disney parks whenever we wish to, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get inspiration for our day to day looks (yes you can! Fashion inspiration comes from just about anything!) Below, I came across several outfits inspired by the various themed lands of the Magic Kingdom. Scroll down to view them and explore how fashionable the magical kingdom can be!

Main Street U.S.A.



While walking down Main Street USA take a step back in time with this cute charming look! A soft cream-colored shirt, with a pair of neutral-tone patent leather Mary Jane pumps. Add a bright red patent leather belt around your waist and grab a blue polka dot cross-body bag for added flair. Pearl and rhinestone stud earrings and a key charm necklace add the finishing touches for the perfect feminine, vintage-inspired look!




Get ready to go on an exciting escapade when you step out in this look inspired by the daring Adventureland area. Pair a loose-fitting v-neck tee with a pair of boyfriend shorts, both in earthy tones. For a simple twist, put on a loop scarf with a fun geometric print and layer with a bohemian-look feather necklace. A pair of wedge sandals and a faux leather backpack complete the outfit.




You don’t have to head out west to dress like a cowboy! Steal Frontierland’s western charm with a plaid button-up shirt and a pair of skinny jeans tucked into cowboy boots. Wear a braided leather belt and matching bracelet, and put on a pair of horseshoe earrings to finish off this wild west look!

Liberty Square



Three cheers for the red, white, and blue! Show a bit of your patriotic side inspired by the colonial Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom. Wear a bright red tee with a pretty pleated khaki skirt and a pair of cute and comfy ballet flats in blue. A star charm necklace and pearl earrings keep things simple, but to spice things up, wear a headband that has a little bit of everything to tie the outfit together!




For all you girls still believing in fairytales and happily ever-afters, this girly and whimsical look inspired by Fantasyland will surely sweet your prince charming off his feet! A pretty little frock in powder blue added to a cream-colored cardigan. Glittery ballet flats, a set of feminine headbands, and a bow charm necklace. Now princess, your are good to go!


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Stay ahead of the trends and step into the world of Tomorrowland in this edgy outfit! A metallic tank paired with dark skinny jeans and suede peep-toe wedges is a simple look with a twist. For accessories, wear a bib necklace with beaded accents, a colored patent-leather belt, and brightly colored shades to finish the look.

To conclude I will leave you with a famous Walt Disney saying that keeps inspiring me towards motivation …

“All our dreams can come true – if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney


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