Last month, Zootopia was released on DVD and, ever since, we’ve been dreaming of a visit. However, unlike Agrabah or Rapunzel’s kingdom—cities we’ve described in the “Packing Our Bags” series—this metropolis contains such a diverse array of neighborhoods that packing a few articles of mix-and-matchable clothing simply wouldn’t cut it. We knew we’d need outfits customized for each area’s unique biome and culture. As style writers, we couldn’t resist this fun fashion challenge and have arranged five outfit sets, inspired by each neighborhood.
From rural Bunnyburrow to Tundratown, we’ve got your style needs covered. Pick up the Zootopia Blu-ray combo pack from the Disney Store to complete the effect!
We love Judy Hopps’ hometown. Home to carrot and blueberry farmers, Bunny Burrow’s scenic country landscape inspired a more rural style, featuring overalls, a wide-brim straw hat and pastel-toned accessories. The bangle—capped with a small bunny and carrot detail on either end—was especially appropriate.
This glamorous interpretation of the Rainforest District’s aesthetic borrows palm-leaf patterns, banana yellow accents, and a leaf charm bracelet. This strappy crop top reminded us of the jungle’s plentiful vines and rope bridges, while the black Miu Miu heels and sunglasses were inspired by Mr. Manchas—a Rainforest District resident’s—jet black fur.
Home to sand, camels, Moroccan architecture, and the concert venue Gazelle plays in, Sahara Square defines our vacation goals. We’ve paired a fun romper with statement accessories and shoes that’d be comfortable enough for a walking tour of this amazing neighborhood.
Who could forget the oversized style of Little Rodentia’s arctic shrew shopper, Fru Fru? Her huge hair bump and sixties style inspired this summer-themed outfit. The donut that Judy Hopps saves Fru Fru from also makes an appearance, here in the form of a cute charm.
Home to one of Zootopia‘s most extreme climates, and crime boss Mr. Big, Tundratown has icy weather that calls for a heavier set of clothes. We’ve layered leggings, boots, a snow coat and knit accessories to keep you feeling comfortable in the snow and looking cool.