A Fashionable Look at Disney Visual Development Art

From the Disney Style blog:

The Disney history nerd in us always loves to look at visual development art. It’s fascinating to see how much a character changes or stays the same from the first sketch to the final frame. There are also style elements that we like to pull from this visual development art. Whether it’s an idea for a new outfit, or a piece to add to a mood board, these sketches are one of the first places we go to for inspiration. We’ve looked back on the princesses visual development art, so now we wanted to share some other Disney characters whose style we admire.


Mary Poppins


Mary Poppins has always been the go-to character for a classic, prim style.
Meg from Hercules

Meg’s signature curly pony tail? Check.
Roger from One Hundred and One Dalmatians

Roger’s final wardrobe is bit more neutral, but we love the pop of color in this blue jacket.
Alice in Wonderland

Mary Blair’s whimsical style adds something extra to Alice’s final look.
Jane from Tarzan

Jane’s yellow dress and signature gloves are timeless.
Tinker Bell from Peter Pan

With her dress and beautiful wings, Tinker Bell is always magical.



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