I am sure that at least every girl who reads this has thought of being a … Disney princess, While it’s fun to be a Disney princess, dressing up like a Disney princess is a bit impractical. Working in a huge ball gown? No thanks, but one of the latest trends for Disney lovers is Disneybounding,
To put it simply: Disneybounding is the act of dressing like a Disney character, but while wearing plain clothes that you would wear to work, at school, or just at home. It has become very popular after Disney has banned all over-14s wearing park costumes. The best part is that most of the characters can be replicated from problems in your own wardrobe. Depending on who you want to be, you’ll probably find a Disneybound in your own closet.
The creator of Disneybound, Leslie Kay, even has its own website. On the website, she uses Polyvore to design outfits based on a particular character. This is basically a guide if you have a specific character in mind. Here are some of Leslie’s best looks, including all official and unofficial Disney princesses.
Princess Jasmine DisneyBound
Snow White Disneybound
Princess Anna Disneybound
Princess Elsa Disneybound
Princess Ariel Disneybound
Princess Rapunzel Disneybound
Princess Aurora / Sleeping Beauty DisneyBound
Princess Belle DisneyBound
Princess Tiana DisneyBound
Princess Merida DisneyBound
Princess Mulan DisneyBound
Princess Pocahontas DisneyBound
1950’s Princess Cinderella DisneyBound
After all the “official” Disney princesses are done, it’s time to introduce some “unofficial” Disney princesses and give you ideas on how to dress like them.
Princess Leia from Star Wars DisneyBound
Princess Nala Disneybound
Megara of Hercules Disneybound
Jane Porter of Tarzan DisneyBound
Esmeralda from the Hunchback of Notre Dame Disneybound