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The Muppets made Christmas lists, just like us!
Deck the halls with Mickey and Minnie sweaters.
As the popular song goes, the weather outside is frightful. There is rain, if not snow, sleet, ice, and other cold things just about everywhere.
Working at Disney, there’s always a lot of Mickey watches, Disney desk flair, and VoluntEAR-shirt wearing to show off our Disney love.
Inspired by Anna and Elsa, this line by VSA Designs is like winter in jewelry form.
This quote from Mulan can certainly help you through the day. Week. Month. Always.
It’s red, it’s sequined, and it probably features Mickey Mouse in a Santa costume.
If you’ve been paying attention to what’s going on in #menswear, things are getting dapper, and we like it.
Bright colors, sparkly nail polishes, all in the perfect Minnie package.
In a slightly different take on a period film, Saving Mr. Banks tries to take place during the 1960s, while not being totally about the decade–a delicate balance.
Is your ear style more of a sequined-Minnie headband, or traditional Mickey ears?
Guests were invited to dress in retro 60’s attire at a blogger event held at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa last night.
It was the perfect mix of kites, stars, sing-alongs, and Disney in general. Saving Mr. Banks had its premiere last night at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, the same location much of the film takes place.
Mary Poppins arrives on Blu-ray today. To celebrate, we’re giving a nod of appreciation to her signature outfits, sketches for which are just as stunning as the real thing.
Pantone recently announced their color of the year, Radiant Orchid.
While Julie Andrews is usually lauded as the runaway star of Mary Poppins, in the fashion world there’s another contender: one Mrs. Banks.
How great would it be to go through Monday with this romantic tune stuck in your head?
This line is packed with things you didn’t know you needed until you saw them… like Mickey Mouse high top sneakers.
To kick off our cast member style series, we’re starting with some fabulous street (er… hallway) style from the Disney Interactive campus.
There are few things better than a first trip to Disneyland.
It’s no secret that the Disney Style team is more than a little obsessed with #menswear.
One of the most universally related-to (and tear-inducing) moments from Peter Pan is when a still very young Wendy says “But Mother, I don’t want to grow up.”
Jennifer (Jenny) Whitlock spends her weekdays as an Executive Director of Marketing Strategy at Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.