Missguided released a new line of t-shirts for every die-hard Disney fan

Alexandra Hourigan 27 December 2017 NEWS


It's a little bit Disney and a little bit grunge and seriously, just take my money!

I don't care what you say, 2017 was the year of Disney collabs and collections and I won't hear anything else. We saw a Kate Spade x Minnie Mouse collection, a Kiehl's and Mickey Mouse Collection and even a Disney Dog collection for Dooney and Bourke.

However, as a fellow 90s baby and Disney lover, this collection has to be my favourite. To end the year off with a bippity-boppity-bang, Missguided has dropped an entire collection dedicated to your favourite Disney characters.

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They're not only featuring some of the gorgeous Disney Princesses but sassy AF villains too. You can expect to see some classics like Snow White, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine. However, you can also definitely expect to see the Cruella De Vil and Evil Queen shirts getting added directly into my basket.

My favourite part has to be the cheeky amount of sass used in some of these shirts that is quite literally perfection. The collection also has a bit of a vintage/grungy vibe to it, which sets my 90s baby heart afire.

The best part yet is that Missguided has stuck to its affordable nature and these aren't going to break the bank. Plus, with sales being incredibly common on the site, there is literally no excuse not to grab yourself one... or all of them.

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