Minnie-Ween

28th October 2016

img_7296Welcome to minnie-ween – a fashion girls’ guide to being Minnie!img_7294

It’s no secret I’m a big fan of little miss mouse (and the fun insta account @minniestyle) so today I’m taking a tip from the polka dot princess and styling a few fun looks with a minnie twist! These outfits are perfect for a more “fashion forward” take on dressing up for halloween, but they also work for real-life looks. Just loose the ears (or switch them out for a pom pom beanie) and you’ll create a one of a kind look that’s simply magical!

Spotted in the City!img_7299
If you’re doing Halloween on the east coast or somewhere cold, you might want to bundle up. It’s been in the 50’s all week in NYC so I thought I should create at least one look centered around a coat. For my first take on minnie-ween I took a twirl in my new favorite shift dress, and paired it with a statement red coat, fun face bag and black booties. The star of this look are the polka dot socks that are a unique and fashion-forward take on true minnie style!
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TULAROSA Shea Dress • $148 (also here)
Stace Face Trunk Handbags • $395
 // Smaller size • $295  // Wallet version • $125
Red Coats: Wool Blend A-Line Coat • $378  //  Twill Ruffle Hem Coat • $388
Similar booties • $79  // Also here • $129 // And here • $109
Hue Dotted Knee Socks • $8.50

Pretty in Pink!img_7298
Although most think of black, white & red when minnie comes to mind, I wanted to give this look a blush twist for something unexpected. I’m totally crushing on this color for Fall, so I thought I would pair it with my favorite style icon for a new take on classic minnie. I kept everything else pretty standard, a polka dot dress, a rounded purse that I know Miss Mouse would love and a full skirt (created by layering a tulle skirt under my dress). For extra spots, I used white circle labels that I picked up at staples and stuck them onto my shoes & bag for the easiest DIY ever. You could also do this to plain black Mickey ears, socks, a dress or anything else for a double or triple does of dots! To make my ears unique and fun, I pinned two matching pom pom key chains to an old black pair of ears – you can find these poms almost anywhere by Amazon has some of the best deals!img_7286img_7285img_7293img_7284


Pink low block heels (so comfy)• $34.50
Circle Bag • $1,095
 // Also here • $1,095  // & here • $1,095
Polka-dot mini dress • $418.50  // Polka Dot Dress • $15  // Dot Dress • $95.99
Via Spiga Mixed Media Leather Moto Jacket • $266.66
Pink Feather Pom Pom Keychain • $58

Reddy for Candy!img_7301
If you’re really confident in your #minniestyle, why not loose the traditional headband ears and create your own with fun buns! If you’re going to try this take on Minnie, you’ll need a few other key pieces to really convey your character. A combination of polka dots, a big bow and animated gloves should do the trick! I ended up going with “youth” ones from the Mickey Mouse clubhouse collection (found at Party City), because they’re a little smaller and therefore, chic-er! I feel like my favorite kiss & tell sneakers scream Minnie, especially when paired with a polka dot button up, flare red skirt and little red bag.img_7290img_7287img_7300

Bow Veil Hair Fascinator • $25
Mickey Mitts Plush Mickey Mouse Gloves • $22.95
Black Kiss Me Sneakers • $525
// Kiss Me White • $525
Mini skirt • $278  // skirts • $298
Polka dot top $29.98

img_7288For more minnie-ween follow along @minniestyle or search #minniestyle XO

& for more fashion-inspired halloween check out my fashion girls Halloween with popsugar! 

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