Tokyo has always been on top of their fashion game. When it comes to street style, Tokyo is truly next level. Being bold and breaking fashion rules are natural habits to many in the city, and the same goes for how locals dress for the Disney Parks there. So when I visited the Tokyo Disneyland Resort, I knew I had to step up my game.Since Tokyo Disney Sea has the most incredible Toy Story Mania! attraction entrance, I wore this Toy Story dress, inspired by Andy’s Room, and Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head earrings. In Tokyo, I’ve always loved how girls and boys come in matching school outfits with Tokyo Disneyland merchandise to accessorize. I was inspired by their plaid pleated skirts and styled this pink pinafore with an oversized Minnie bow and Stella Lou popcorn bucket. Disney bounding is definitely a popular trend at the Tokyo Disneyland Resort, and Winnie the Pooh is most certainly a fan favorite (there’s an attraction called Pooh’s Hunny Hunt that we didn’t get to go on, but is one of their most popular attractions). So, my friends and I bounded Piglet, Pooh, and Eeyore for the day and got lots of “kawaii” comments! I absolutely love all the fun character sunglasses they sell in the Parks, and began collecting them to go with my outfits. When it’s grey out and you didn’t exactly pack for cold weather, just wear a Mickey hat, shirt, backpack, and shoes, and you can instantly beat the gloom mood. And since I had picked up all new merch along the way, by the end of the trip, I piled on a 101 Dalmatians character headband, a Duffy the Bear pouch, a Tokyo Disneyland t-shirt, and Max Goof earrings with a denim-on-denim look.
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