The more fashion changes, the more it stays the same. Not only did you grow up loving Disney and all of its cool characters, but with vintage styles coming back, you can now rock a t-shirt with your favourite Disney character and look great while doing it. 

Princess Polly had released their Disney collection back in December of 2021 and it was hugely successful, now they have joined forces again to create the highly anticipated Disney 2.0 collection. 

The new collection features six brand new styles of t-shirts, that not only are for Disney lovers but the lovers of fashion. With the hype around vintage fashion and many of Disney’s characters having a vintage vibe, this collection is perfect for those who want to look cool and be cool.

Serving looks of nostalgia, this collection is a playful reimagining of the last collection, with trend-forward designs and the help of the classic Disney signature. 

The Disney signature goes beyond the characters but includes Mickey, Minnie, and Donald Duck, with their lively motifs and the design from Princess Polly allowing for the collection to look effortlessly cool. 

Donald Duck Cropped Tee Blue/White $62

The cropped or baby tee gives the most nostalgic vibes with a baby tee look. The cool cotton allows for a good stretch but allows the t-shirt to keep its structure no matter how much you wear it. 

Mickey Mouse American Icon Oversized Tee $69:

This oversized tee gives off the vintage, school t-shirt. A classic shirt with a classic cut that isn’t too big but big enough and has a drop shoulder cut for an even better fit. 

Minnie Mouse Sitting Pretty Cropped Tee $62 

Minnie always gives off the best vibes, and with her sitting pretty shirt you’re going to be the cutest and prettiest person around. The cropped tee can give you that perfect look, with a high-waisted pair of jeans or are low-rise jeans coming back too? 

Get your hands on a few of these tees and get ready to rock them all summer long, you’ll be giving nostalgia vibes to everyone, and they’re going to wish they had one of these!

Article published by HOLR Magazine