These Online Stores Feature The Cutest Disney Clothes And Accessories To Feed Your Inner Fangirl

These Online Stores Feature The Cutest Disney Clothes And Accessories To Feed Your Inner Fangirl

Pixie dust included.


I have been an active Disney fangirl for my whole life. As I get older, I have seen to infected my family and friends with my passion for Disney. While I could write a 2,000-page essay about why I love Disney, we're going to be focusing this article on something a bit more fun.


Disney fashion is always in style. From celebrities to your crazy neighbor Janet, everyone rocks a good Disney style. One of my biggest Disney secrets is I always pre-buy my outfits before I go on a Disney parks adventure. Now, I have established enough of a collection to where I don't feel the biggest need to continue to purchase new Disney merchandise, but you know... some people do drugs, I buy Disney shirts. Okay?

Over the last couple of months, I have had a strong appreciation for the adorable online stores that create or sell Disney clothes. I used to not really be a fan and I can't tell you why, but these people are flipping creative. I am not only speaking highly of local small businesses, but even a few national retailers have really upped their Disney game and friends, it's time you hear about it.

Whether you're planning your next Disney trip, looking for a cute gift or are celebrating payday- check out these online stores for your next outfit.

1. Hazel and Bean

TODDLER SIZES, Disney, toy story, woody, buzz, Disneyland, Disneyworld, women's shoes, gifts under 40

While Hazel and Bean sell tons of Disney clothes and accessories, I am obsessed with her shoes. These shoes are available for kids and adults, plus she is always releasing new styles and themes based off of your favorite Disney and Pixar movies. Plus, her Instagram is adorable, every Disney fan needs to be following it.

2. The Lost Bros

I am such a fan of these guys and their incredible clothing line. Whenever I visit the parks, I always see a couple of Lost Bro.'s shirts roaming around. Their hip and laid back style with a splash of Disney magic is unlike anything sold in the parks. I mean, look at this Edna shirt! You can't tell me she wouldn't be a fan.

3. The Mouse Merch Box

If you follow any Disney blogger on Instagram, you have totally heard of and seen this company. They're not showing off this stuff for no reason, either. Check out their Instagram and their website and you'll see what the hype is about.

4. Happiest Tees On Earth

I'm in love with Happiest Tees On Earth. I am always sharing their photos to my friends because their t-shirt designs are so adorable. Although, I am always commenting asking for a Pixar shirt. Maybe some magic will happen in the future and I can rock a Pixar Happiest Tees On Earth shirt at Pixar Pier.

5. Forever 21

Mickey Mouse Graphic Crop Top

Don't discredit this store, their Disney stuff is pretty dang cute. I am always surprised at how cool their Disney collections are. I mean, come on. This crop top is adorable.

6. BooHoo


As I am currently writing this in my BooHoo X Disney hoodie, BooHoo is such an underrated online store when it comes to Disney merch. Their styles are fresh and really well priced. I am in love with my hoodie. I will probably even wear it in the summer.

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Your Guide To Dressing For The Most Confusing Temperatures

I’ve finally figured out the right wardrobes for 40-to-65 degree-weather…I think.

I’ve been living up north for nearly three years now, and I absolutely love it, but one of the main struggles I’ve had is that I just have absolutely no idea what to wear half the time I am going outside. Sure, it’s easy when it’s in the 30s and below, or in the 70s and up, but I’m talking about those in-between temperatures that have regularly confused me to no end. After countless guessing and checking (and taking photos of my outfits that I caption with the temperature and my thoughts on how comfortable I am), I might have finally figured out exactly what to wear in weather ranging from 40 to 65 degrees. In a nutshell, here are my conclusions:

1. 40 to 45 degrees and sunny

For this weather, I wear some kind of coat that isn’t your heavy-duty winter one. Underneath, I sport a lightweight long-sleeve top, and leggings or jeans, but steer clear of ultra-ripped ones.

2. 40 to 45 degrees and cloudy

It’s time to bring out the look that is one step away from your winter garb. Grab your second-warmest coat and pair it with a thick long-sleeve top or lightweight sweater, or wear a super thin sweater underneath your warmest jacket. Leggings are definitely the move, and it wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world for you to have a beanie on standby.

3. 46 to 52 degrees and sunny

To stay cozy in this brisk temperature, slip on a normal-to-thick sweater and a warm jacket that you’ll want to zip up. If there’s no wind, you might be able to get away with ripped jeans, but of course there’s always leggings, too.

4. 46 to 52 degrees and cloudy

Wear the jacket that comes just before you’d pull out any kind of coat from your closet. I would air on the side of caution by styling it with a thick sweater, but if you don’t get cold easily, you could probably just wear that jacket with a lightweight top and maybe a vest. I wouldn’t say this weather is ripped-jeans-friendly, yet, but hey, it’s your call.

5. 53 to 59 degrees and sunny

This is where you can have the most fun! You can wear a sweater and a vest, a warm long-sleeve and a poncho, any kind of top and a somewhat-warm jacket – it’s all about trading off the weights of your layers to create a snug balance. Opt for any kind of bottoms that will cover your legs, whether it be pants, ripped or non-ripped jeans, a skirt and tights, etc., and you will be good to go.

6. 53 to 59 degrees and cloudy

To me, this is pretty similar to the 53 to 59 degrees on a sunny day. Basically, stick to its sunny-weather counterpart’s directions, but tip the balance of your layers to a slightly warmer side.

7. 60 to 65 and sunny

No matter what you wear in this weather, it’s hard to go wrong – you’re pretty much guaranteed to be at least somewhat comfortable. Rock a t-shirt, long-sleeve or a flannel, but have an extra layer handy just in case. As for bottoms, anything is fair game.

8. 60 to 65 degrees and cloudy

I’d say same as everything in the suggestions above, except you’re definitely going to want to have that extra layer – doesn’t have to be thick, just something to keep you comfortable without the sun’s warmth.

Oh and pro tip: if it’s windy, increase the warmth of your layers everywhere.

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I Bought My First 'Big Girl' Purse And, Damn, I Feel Like A Badass

If you see me around with my Kate Spade purse feeling like a badass, mind ya business.


To say that I am a big believer in the phrase, "treat yo self" is a complete understatement and anyone who knows me knows just how serious I encourage it to everyone.

Over spring break, I decided to take some of my advice and made two big investments.

The first one was my Canon DSLR. But we all knew that one was coming because I had been saving up my paychecks for months since last year and was ready to invest in something that would ultimately help me perfect a skill I had been wanting to learn for a while.

The other investment was a Kate Spade purse that even caught me off guard because I didn't exactly expect myself to want a purse. But you know that feeling of not knowing you needed something until you saw it? Well, that was me and from the moment I saw it, I knew there was no going back. So, I went into the store and dropped the money on the purse and just didn't look back at the impulsive decision I had just made, which was actually going against my New Year's resolution of being smarter with my money.

But you know what, treat yo self.

And if you expected me to feel bad about my purse, surprise! I don't feel bad one bit.

When I tell you I feel good about my purse and about myself with my purse, I am being so freaking honest. Now, I can't even picture myself without my purse. It might sound stupid, but it actually makes every outfit look better and makes me feel like a bad bitch.

Like the Carrie Bradshaw, the "Sex and the City" fashion queen, once said, "Balls are to men what purses are to women. It's just a little bag, but we feel naked in public without it."

So, if you see me around with my Kate Spade purse feeling like a badass, mind ya business.

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