New Disney Dress Collection Inspired by Disney Parks


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Disney Parks Merchandise has created a new collection of apparel and accessories themed to classic Disney attractions and characters.

According to merchandiser Donna Sorrow, The Dress Shop collection isn’t meant to be costumes, but a way for Disney guests to share their passion, adding that “the styles have modern fits which make them wonderful outfits to wear when visiting Disney Parks.”

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The Dress Shop collection includes dresses and coordinating accessories inspired by Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, “it’s a small world”, The Haunted Mansion, and Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.

Minnie Mouse, Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, and the Orange Bird are also featured in the collection.

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At Walt Disney World, The Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane will premiere with a trunk show on March 31, 2017 inside the Marketplace Co-Op in Disney Springs. Select items from the collection will also be available at the Disneyland Resort inside Vault 28 in Downtown Disney.

Beginning in mid-April, and only for a limited time, some pieces from the collection will be available at the Magic Kingdom.

The collection will not be available online right away.

3/24/17 Update: In preparation for the launch of The Dress Shop, Cherry Tree Lane will be temporarily closed March 27-30. During this brief refurbishment, select Cherry Tree Lane merchandise product, including Pandora jewelry, will still be available in the Marketplace Co-Op. The Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane will open on Friday, March 31, debuting ten dress designs, as well as matching accessories, exclusively at Marketplace Co-Op at Disney Springs. A selection of the new products will be available at Magic Kingdom Park later this spring. As part of the opening weekend March 31-April 2, Marketplace Co-Op will host Disney Floral and Gifts and a trunk show of vintage-inspired apparel to celebrate the launch of The Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane.

Source: Disney Parks Blog

 



*The information contained in this article represents the opinion of the author, and not necessarily the opinion of the DIS.

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