Disney Bounding

As most of you will know, children under the age of 14 can dress up as their favourite Disney characters. Anyone over the age of 14 are not allowed to (unless as specific event) due to children potentially getting confused & asking a random stranger for an autograph/photo. This is just a no no at Disney parks.

This is where Disney bounding comes in...

Disney bounding is dressing up as your favourite character(s) by using normal everyday clothing & getting creative with it but also blending in at the same time - it's an art!

When I went in October, I decided to do an easy one for my first time.

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For me, this was an easy one to pull off for my first go. White jeans, white t-shirt, turquoise scarf I used as a bent & left it hanging down at the back. And for my hair, I platted it the night before so I had a wavy look the best day (plus the bottom of my hair is actually a green/turquoise colour anyway).
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Why Pegasus?
Not only was he quite easy to pull off but he is sassy, loyal, funny & overall protects Hercules at all costs. He is a 1997 version of what Sven is in Frozen. I feel Pegasus is a proper underrated Disney character.

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Have a go at Disney bounding, it's so much fun & you can use clothing, jewellery, hair, bags, shoes, anything to complete a look. Here are some of my favourite ones I have found so far (pictures below taken from the DisneyBounding page on Facebook - )

Oswald the lucky rabbit.
Oswald the lucky rabbit.

Princess Jasmine from Aladdin.
Princess Jasmine from Aladdin.

Kylo Ren & Rey from Star Wars.
Kylo Ren & Rey from Star Wars.

Lady & the Tramp.
Lady & the Tramp.

Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Thank you for reading.
Have a Disney kinda day ✌️

Written by MammaPuggleDuck - Thursday 12 December 2019

This article was last updated on Thursday 04 March 2021.

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