How-To: Disneybounding

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How-To: Disneybounding

By Sarah Komisky

Ever heard of Disneybounding? If you haven’t heard the term, you’ve most likely seen it when you’ve gone to a Disney theme park. While cosplayers are known for dressing in full gear (think super hero conventions), Disneybounders use their own clothing to replicate a Disney character look. According to the Huff Post, “it’s a fashion-forward way for fans to show their love for Disney.” In 2011, Leslie Kay who founded the DisneyBound Tumbler first coined the phrase after she blogged about her upcoming trip to Walt Disney World. After Leslie began putting together trendy outfits based on her favorite Disney characters, the blog blew up and focus began of course, Disneybounding. Although unintentionally, it has also become a way for Disney fans to express their love without wearing full costume which is not allowed for guests above the age of 14. Since the founder’s original intent was to create outfits for Disney characters based off what they might wear when they are “going to school or the mall,” there are now tons of options for girls and guys to be inspired by for their next Disney trip. Whether you’re heading to the theme park for grad night, planning a Disney getaway, or staying local for some fun in the sun, we want you to have fun! Whether you’re with a group of friends, on a date, with a buddy, or your fam, here are some ideas to get your creative Disney fashion wheels turning as you raid your closet all from Disney Bound blog via Pinterest!

Whinnie the Pooh

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Peter Pan 

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