Today Shop Disney has dropped another Dress Shop dress. This time it’s themed to Perdita from ‘101 Dalmatians.’ Looks like Disney is going to start leveraging the IP more now that the new PG-13 “Cruella” movie is coming out soon.
I love the 50’s vibe and poodle skirt aesthetic on this outfit.
What’s nice about this dress is that it has the cardigan too. I really appreciate that as someone that sunburns easily and it allows the dress to be worn longer, on chillier days. You get more bang for your buck so to speak, because $168 is pretty pricey for a dress and cardigan, but I’m cheap. So your miles may vary.
Let’s take a look!
This dress is available in sizes XS-3X.
Here’s the write-up:
“You’ll be the most stylish dog walker in town when wearing this paw-fectly adorable dress and cardigan set inspired by Walt Disney’s One Hundred and One Dalmatians. The skirt features Perdita enjoying a stroll on a leash while her monogram is embroidered on the coordinating cardigan.
- Two-piece set includes dress and cardigan
- Pleated skirt features screen art of Perdita on a leash
- Striped bodice features allover paw print
- Knitted cardigan
- Embroidered ”P”
- Contrasting ribbed trim
- Inspired by Walt Disney’s animated classic One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
- Part of the Disney Parks Dress Shop Collection
- Dress: 97% cotton / 3% spandex
- Cardigan: 52% cotton / 39% rayon / 8% nylon / 1% other fiber, exclusive of decoration”
The cardigan is done with a white and black “spotted” woven material. So it looks like spotted furn. The monogram mimics a collar.
I really love that hidden in the bodice stripes are paw prints. As a lover of furry friends, I appreciate that little detail.
You can purchase this new dress online and likely in the parks.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Shop Disney
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