Disney x Boohoo's Newest Collection Is Taking Me to a Whole New Fashion World

Let's be honest, we could always use a little more Disney whimsicality in our wardrobe. If your trusty Mickey Mouse watch just isn't cutting it, wait no longer as fashion brand Boohoo has collabed with Disney to make the perfect stylish everyday collection for any devoted Disney fan. Boohoo, a popular fast-fashion brand known for its gorgeous streetwear and hot formal wear, teamed up with Disney to create the magical 23-piece collection. The Disney x Boohoo collab features Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse redesigned across hot apparel pieces like denim jackets, hoodies, crop tops, cycling shorts and even unitards! The collection's new pieces can definitely satisfy the need to rep your Disney love will just a little more finesse; there are a lot more options other than the usual Mickey Mouse T-shirt (but don't worry this collection has those too!). 

The Boohoo x Disney collection features dope street designs as well as cutesy motifs on all its pieces. A few of our favorites include this darling and daring Mickey Mouse Repeat Bandeau top paired with their more understated but fresh Minnie script joggers. The two pieces keep your Disney love on the down low while delivering the streetwear punch you're looking for. The olive green Mickey cycling shorts and matching crop top are also uniquely fresh pieces with lots of hip-hop inspired flare. 

If you want to scream your love for Disney loud and proud, the Disney logo repeat bodysuit was made just for you. The cycling shorts in the same print make another Disney set perfect for any queen to strut with fierce elegance. 

The Disney x Boohoo collection, released on their site, Boohoo.com, comes with a reasonable size inclusivity, with sizes ranging from 2 to 20. The collection also comes at a super affordable price range, with women's items retailing between $8 and $20 and men's pieces ranging from $12 and $40. Grab these magical pieces while you because, as the Boohoo website so splendidly put it, the collection's here for the taking because "not all Princesses wear ballgowns."