This post is sponsored by the following Etsy shops: Jargon Clothing, Chasing Fireflies, Mouse Gears, Odds n’ Ears, and Magic with Magic Bows, who all graciously provided the accessories featured below. All opinions are our own. Click here to read more about our sponsored posts policy.
Etsy is one of my favorite places to shop for Disney accessories! With so many shop owners willing to customize items to create exactly what you’re looking for, shopping on Etsy makes it really easy to show your love for Disney while adding a bit of individual flair. Check out some of our favorite Etsy shops below, and start shopping for your next Disney vacation!
Disney-themed clothing shops are on the rise on Etsy, but we still have a couple of favorites that we feel stand above the rest. One of our favorites is Jargon Clothing, which specializes in not only Disney-inspired t-shirts and tanks but also Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and more! The shop opened in 2015 with all products designed, produced, and shipped owner Amanda. Deciding to start the business came with her husband’s assignment to Georgia. With not many employment opportunities in her field of Graphic Design and communications available in the area she decided to give herself a year turning her hobby of making shirts into a small business.
Initially focusing the shop on military dominant designs her true passion for Harry Potter, Disney, geekery, and fitness soon begin to become the bulk of the design focus. Now heading into the third year of business she couldn’t be happier with her amazing customers and how her shop has grown. In the coming months Jargon Clothing will add more designs and a miscellaneous section to the shop featuring coozies, bandanas, nail wraps, and potentially dog items.
In addition to offering high quality products at reasonable prices, Jargon Clothing also features designs that are currently trending, which makes shopping for various seasons and holidays easy. Right now, Jargon Clothing is even using one of their trending designs as a way to give back to the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, as 100% of the profits made from their “Don’t Mess with Texas” shirt will be donated towards hurricane relief funds.
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Another wonderful clothing company you can shop on Etsy is Chasing Fireflies, a sister run shop that specializes in all things monogrammed and Disney. As frequent Disney visitors, shop owners Morgan and Courtney wanted to create a unique shop where customers can find magical items that also display their love for Disney.
Aside from Disney related items, Chasing Fireflies also creates trendy monograms that can be placed on any item you wish! We’re in love with their “Park Hop ‘Till You Drop” styles, as the design comes in both t-shirts and tank tops and in a wide range of colors, and it’s probably the most versatile of any Disney shirts we have since it really works as an outfit for any of the parks! To keep up with Chasing Fireflies, you can follow the shop on Instagram at @chasing.fireflies.
As someone who is not local to the Walt Disney World Resort, I am always on the lookout for Disney accessories that I can wear in my day-to-day life back in New England. As much as I’d love to wear ear headbands and tank tops on a daily basis, they aren’t really great work-wear or during the colder winter months. This is why we adore some of the accessories over at Mouse Gears, as items like these bracelet sets can really be worn for any occasion. Of course, the Disney location-specific pieces complete with the coordinates of each mention can really complete an in-park look, but these are some of the only pieces that really work with any outfit in any setting. Keep up with Red, the creative mind behind Mouse Gears on her Disney cooking and recipe blog at thedisneydiner.com or on Instagram at @thedisneydiner or Facebook.com/thedisneydiner.
Odds n’ Ears
There are two kinds of Disney accessories that can be surprisingly difficult to find on Etsy. One is girly Star Wars merchandise, which can be a difficult find in general. (Her Universe typically has us covered, as do stores like Hot Topic and Torrid, but these shops often feature strictly clothing items rather than park accessories). The other is ear headbands, which you can find tons of on Etsy, but finding the right shop to purchase them from isn’t always easy. Ordering handmade ears can be a real gamble. While we’d love to say that all of the handmade ears on Etsy are well-made and worth the price, it unfortunately just isn’t the case. But that’s where Odds n’ Ears come in.
We recently brought Odds n’ Ears’ Star Wars ear headband to the parks with us, and not only were we super pleased with the quality of the product but we love the feminine design and we received tons of compliments on them! The shop also features Aristocats and Pirates of the Caribbean-inspired ears, which can also be hard to come by so if you’re a fan of those films (or just ears in general!) we highly recommend checking out the shop.
Odds n’ Ears was started by Amanda with her boyfriend, Brandon. Amanda has always had a love for Disney but living in Connecticut she never got a chance to really experience the parks until she moved to Florida a couple of years ago. It was then that she was finally able to experience the magic of it and loved it! Amanda began making ears as a gift for her family when they came to visit. After receiving compliments on them in the parks, she decided to give Etsy a try! She is still a new shop owner, but we received tons of compliments wearing her ears around the park too and we can’t wait to see what comes next for her! You can follow along with Odds n’ Ears on Twitter or Instagram at @oddsnears or at Facebook.com/oddsnears.
Made with Magic Bows
Our next pick comes all the way from the UK! Made with Magic Bows is our favorite place to shop for hair bows to accessorize out ootd’s at Disney parks. The shop features designs based on everything from classic Disney characters to Disney attractions. The bows are affordable and well-made, and the shop offers both clip and elastic options (which given my thick and curly hair I can definitely appreciate!)
If we had to pick just one as our favorite, we would have to go with the Mickey’s PhilharMagic-inspired bow! We love that Donald takes the lead in the show, and this bow that pays homage to the show’s final scene is just the cutest! Shop owner Lauren really does put so much work into creating the details of her bows, and we can’t wait to place our next order! You can keep up with Lauren’s shop on Instagram at @madewithmagicbows.
Are you ready to go shopping yet? These shops just make me want to get right back into planning our next DisneyBounds! And if you just can’t wait to start shopping, don’t forget to use promo code CastlePartyBlog10 to save 10% off your next order from Jargon Clothing. Happy shopping!