Whole New World of Style | 3 Ways to Incorporate Disney Style

All photos by    Phillip Kelly   . Contact them for    Shoot Bookings!

All photos by Phillip Kelly. Contact them for Shoot Bookings!

Your wish is my command, so I’m here to grant you 3 ways in incorporate Disney Style into your outfits— all the way from subtle, to bounds, casual, work appropriate, to park ready! With the new Aladdin movie just being released, I felt very inspired to make this tips/how-to post Aladdin themed since Genie and the movie itself is one of my all-time favorites! I took inspiration from both the animated and new movie to create a range of looks that utilize some perfect ways to show your love for Disney! So let’s hop on this Magic Carpet and experience a Whole New World of Style!

Show Love for Your Favorite Character w/ a Twist

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Shining, Shimmering, Splendid

Shining, Shimmering, Splendid

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Wish me happy landing

Wish me happy landing

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Park looks are some of my favorite to create because I get to go all out, but what I also love to do is create looks that still show some magic & flair and can be worn anywhere if you swapped out the ears. If you’re tired of the same ole’ combo of tee’s and shorts, try instead layering a piece that shows off a certain character or theme and layer with a fun denim dress (or skirt, vest, overalls), comfy (but trendy) sneakers, and add some ears to fit the theme! These Magic Carpet ears were a perfect pop of color to offset what I had going on below and you might even notice I payed homage to Genie’s look by adding a red belt to give it a slight Disney Bound nod. Layering is always a great way to show your style, so think outside the box with your pairings and you’ll be able to take a piece of Disney clothing a lot of people have and make it have your own brand of magic!

Shop My Look:

Magic Carpet Ears

Genie Crop Top

Genie Necklace

Denim Dress

Red Belt

Snake Skin Sneakers

Business on Top, Magic Throughout

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No Street Rats to be found here

No Street Rats to be found here

Do you trust me?

Do you trust me?

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Because we all know we don’t have 3 wishes to ensure we never have to work again (literally, I WISH), I wanted to show some inspo for creating a business casual look that utilizes a two-piece suit set! I especially loved this one for Florida weather because it’s linen and SHORTS. I was even more drawn to this one for this Aladdin theme in particular because the colors are a perfect harkening to the new aesthetic and rich colors bursting through out the new film. This is an incredibly subtle way to channel your Disney Style because sometimes the best magic is the type that only the “if you know, then you know” people would get and that makes it even more appropriate for an office setting. I also styled this exact suit set for an evening cocktail event which worked out great and really showed the versatility of this set as well as how it can be used for so many occasions depending on how you accessorize— It would even be perfect for a girls brunch! I kept it pretty low-key by wearing this Aladdin tee paired with some Disney themed statement earrings, hair clips, and wore a purse from a recent Mary Frances Aladdin collection. Switch out any of this for a different vibe all together! This just goes to show you that you can show your personality— even at work— through style!

Shop My Look:

Peacock Feather Hair Pins

Magic Lamp Earrings

Blazer

Aladdin Tee

Shorts ( sold out ) Skirt in same print

Jasmine/ Peacock Purse

Cheetah Heels

Disney Bounding Down to the Details

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Not a prize to be won…

Not a prize to be won…

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A diamond in the rough

A diamond in the rough

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The phenomenon of Disney Bounding is wildly popular and pretty well-known at this point, but I still wanted to share my tips and tricks for taking your bounds from basic to Prince Ali level of amazing. My favorite bounds are the ones where people incorporate those little details that just make you say, “WOW…this really makes the whole look for me!” I created this Jasmine bound by picking a main outfit piece that was as similar as possible to her outfit color, but also likened to her overall outfit silhouette as well. To really make it my own and a little extra magical, I used lots of Aladdin themed jewelry to pull it all together. For her look, it was even more fitting since she is depicted wearing lots of gold pieces anyways. What makes these pieces a prize to be won is the fact that on first glance, they don’t necessarily scream Disney, but lend themselves to the look in such a way that you know they just make it that much more polished. I took it even further by creating a makeup look similar to hers and wearing a tastefully themed bag to top it all off. Bounds are amazing because you truly can wear these outfits in everyday situations. Even if you’re not Bounding, adding some little pieces like these to any outfit will be cause for Applause.

Shop My Look:

Magic Lamp Necklace

Genie Cuff

Romper

Scarab Ring

Magic Lamp Purse

Other Jewelry and Sneakers linked above in other outfits.

Bonus Content :)

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I teamed up with my friend Kristyne on this shoot and she showcased her alternative Jasmine Bound! She took inspo from the animated movie where Jasmine is being held captive by Jafar when he’s on his power kick. She totally nailed this look with all the details! If you want to see a better look at her completed look, be sure to follow her on Instagram!

I so hope you enjoyed these tips and tricks on how to showcase your Disney Style with some Aladdin flair, but definitely apply this to any character, movie, theme, ALL THINGS DISNEY!

Until next time…

xoxo,

Chelsea

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