Disney Bounding at Home: ‘Frozen 2’-Inspired Looks Featuring Anna, Elsa and Kristoff
From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Anthony Armenia
This one goes out to all the Disney fashionistas out there: whether you’re brand new to Disney bounding at home, or a seasoned pro, there’s no better time to embody your favorite Disney characters and create a comfy-meets-fashion Disney look at home using items from your own closet!
Today is National Streaming Day, and this year fans can stream their favorites or discover something new on Disney+! I’ve been streaming Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Frozen 2” while belting “Show Yourself” so loudly that the entire kingdom of Arendelle can hear me. So, I reached out to Leslie Kay, author of the new book, “DisneyBound: Dress Disney and Make It Fashion”, to help you find that Arendelle magic in items you already own.
Check out the inspiration boards below for some adventurous attire, fit for any queen or king, without having to turn your entire home to ice!
To channel the Snow Queen herself, Elsa, an icy blue hue is key. Light denims, a pale blue wrap or cardigan and belt, and some sparkly shoes are all it takes to prepare to step into your powers!
Embark on an adventure at home – or even in your own backyard—in an Anna-inspired LBD (little black dress) with a purple wrap or cape. Top it off with some black booties and copper jewelry, and you’ll be ready to do the next right thing!
To channel Kristoff’s ruggedly handsome but equally adventurous iceman look, you only need some black jeans, a brown T-shirt and black vest or hoodie, and some boots. Bonus points if you have a pet at home who can step in as your reindeer companion Sven!
Embrace what makes you different and check out how you can make your very own Disney-inspired looks in Leslie’s new book, “DisneyBound: Dress Disney and Make It Fashion”, as well as our guide to Disney bounding at home as Ian & Barley from “Onward”!
Also, don’t forget to share your “Frozen”-fractally looks with us by using #DisneyMagicMoments on Instagram.