Disneybounding Is A Popular Fashion Trend You Need To Try

The Disney mania is never getting old. However, adoring the Disney characters in terms of watching the movies all over again and visiting Disney World for the hundredth time is not all that fans do. Some go as far as designing Disney-inspired clothes and wear them on a daily basis. It’s called Disneybounding and it’s credited to blogger Leslie Kay, who dresses up like her favorite characters using everyday clothes. The trend isn’t new, actually. It first started picking up steam back in 2012 thanks to Kay’s Tumblr posts and it has become a real fashion trend ever since.

The Disneybounders are growing in number each day and they have some pretty talented and creative individuals in their ranks. They aim to add to the magic in Disney parks, aiming to make each one a happier place. Disneybounders have even made outfits inspired by Finding Nemo, which is amazing!

Would you like to become a Disneybounder, too? Read on to discover the beginning of this phenomenon and how it has evolved.

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Source: Leslie Kay

Leslie Kay, the founder of DisneyBound, started the trend on her Tumblr blog. She blogged about a particularly inspirational trip to Disney World.

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As you are probably well aware, Disney Parks have a rule against visitors dressing as Disney characters. However, Leslie’s passion for the Disney universe inspired her to search for a way to make things work and find a workaround. That’s how she created her own outfits inspired by Disney characters through accessorizing and color blocking.

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Disneybounding started being a trend back in 2012 shortly after Leslie started showing her stuff online. Then, people started posting their own outfits as well and it became an awesome trend.

 

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There is also a Facebook group called Disneybounders Unite, which has over 12,000 members despite the fact that it is a private group. Leslie’s public page, DisneyBound, has over 26,000 likes.

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