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Fashionista NOW: Mickey Mouse Fashion Trend

Mickey Mouse fashion is not only reserved for children. Grown adults are at the mercy of their childhood obsession and this is heavily influenced with the variety of Mickey-inspired trendy apparel designed to cater to their age bracket as well.

I never thought that I’d find women’s clothes adorned with Mickey appealing but after perusing lookbook in a quick glance, I’ve kind of changed my mind.

However, I still don’t think it’s wise to wear a Mickey mouse tee to a job interview when all you want is to be taken seriously. Unless you’re in a creative industry, of course.

Mickey Mouse in women’s fashion seems to exude a vibe of casual quirkiness. As prints come, Disney-inspired cartoon character patterns go with a laid-back look that is more fitting with a relaxed setting.

Mickey Mouse prints on men’s clothing, unfortunately, trigger a different kind of reaction from me. I’m left confused.

Perhaps it’s just my inclination to view a grown man to be ideally practical that the sight of one in a pair of mickey mouse printed shorts feels a lot like a contradiction. That said, forgive me if that statement reeks of vain superficiality. Can’t help how I feel!

On the young ladies though, it’s cute and quirky:

yellow mickey mouse top – Lovelysally

mickey mouse shirt – Choies

mickey mouse denim blouse – SheInside

mickey mouse t-shirt – Sinsay

mickey mouse shirt

mickey mouse necklace | mickey mouse sailor top

mickey mouse pumps – Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

mickey mouse top

What do you think of women’s Mickey Mouse clothing? If you’re a bloke, do you find grown women who wear any cartoon character prints adorable or not so much? To the comments, with your uncensored thoughts!

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