Princess DisneyBounds – At Home!

by | Mar 23, 2020 | Disney Style, Magic at Home, WDW Blog

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So many outfits and nowhere to go? No need to fret—put together some fun Princess DisneyBounds (or whatever theme you want) and host your own personal photoshoot while you’re at home!

Putting together an outfit is often times the highlight of my morning (and coffee). Now that I’ve been home I’ve found it almost pointless to get dressed up.

If you’re like me and have fun getting dressed up then that means there is no better time to put together some #DisneyStyle outfits.

Even though a lot of us are practicing social distancing, it doesn’t mean you can’t share your style on social media.

Princess Disneybounds

DisneyBounding is a perfect way to revive the Disney magic inside of us that we’re missing from the parks.

I’ve put together a few Disney Princess DisneyBounds to inspire myself (and hopefully others) to invite the fun and the magic of Disney into your homes.

Under The Sea

I like certain characteristics of each of the Princesses respectively, but I don’t have a favorite Disney Princess.

I really liked going in the water when I was a kid. I had fun pretending to be Ariel with my sister when we would go to swimming lessons. I love the nostalgia attached to the character for me.

So… if I had to choose an all-time favorite, I would choose Ariel! I decided to go with The Little Mermaid for my first of the Princess DisneyBounds.

ariel disneybound

Photo by Heather Alvarez

I have said it before, and I’ll say it again—the keys to a successful DisneyBound is color blocking. Find the most obvious colors in a character… then wear them!

For Ariel, these colors would be red (for her hair), purple (for her clams), and green (for her tail). I like to add sparkles when I DisneyBound as Ariel because I always associate sequins with mermaids.

The purse is my favorite part of this look. I found this perfectly themed treasure trove from Spectrum, which is actually a makeup company that specializes in makeup brushes.

What you can’t tell is this is a well-organized makeup case, which includes dinglehopper makeup brushes!

Off To Work We Go

Snow White is the original Disney Princess, and in my opinion, the easiest to DisneyBound!

Her color scheme is simple: red, yellow, and blue. Who doesn’t have the primary colors in their closet?

What I think ties a perfect Snow White DisneyBound together is a perfect red hair bow. She pulls it off so well, it only makes sense to add it to your ensemble.

snow white office princess disneybound

Photo by Heather Alvarez

Danielle Nicole and Loungefly are brands that make it easy to put your character right in your DisneyBound.

I bought this Snow White purse a few years ago from Danielle Nicole and have used it in multiple DisneyBounds. On the reverse side of the bag is The Evil Queen.

I used the bag in another blog where I put together Disney Villains DisneyBounds. Check out the looks here!

snow white disneybound shoes

Can you believe these were in the discount bin at Hot Topic? Photo by Heather Alvarez

Although I love the bag, it is my second favorite part of this look. Did you notice the shoes? I found these in a discount bin at Hot Topic, and instantly knew I needed them.

Nap Queen

DisneyBounding as Aurora is a lot of fun because she has quite a few costume changes.

She has her peasant dress, her blue dress, and of course, her iconic pink dress. I love to wear the color pink, and I also love sporting blue—which makes putting an Aurora DisneyBound together really fun for me!

Make It Blue DisneyBound

Photo by Alessandra Sferlazza

Why choose just one color when you can wear both?

I chose to do a Make it Pink/Make it Blue DisneyBound, but with pastel colors. I added a sparkly mesh top, and shiny heels to add some extra fairy magic that was used to fuel Flora and Merryweather’s “color war” when picking a color for Aurora’s birthday dress.

When Will My Life Begin

Rapunzel might be a Princess, but she is the queen of social distancing. She managed to stay isolated for 18 years and stayed busy the entire time!

When you meet Rapunzel in the parks you can’t help but notice the intricate detailing and design in her dress. There are hews of purples, pinks, and lots of ribbons. She also has beautiful flowers garnished all throughout her big braid.

Rapunzel DisneyBound

Photo by Alessandra Sferlazza

Purple is the most apparent color in Rapunzel’s dress, and it’s hard to miss all of the flowers that compliments her beautiful hair so well!

I paired a flower top with a light purple suit for this bound. All of the colors in this outfit are pretty muted, so I added a pop of sparkle by wearing the purple heels.

Rapunzel DisneyBound Shoes

Photo by Alessandra Sferlazza


Be our Guest

Alongside Rapunzel, Belle is someone who thrives in isolation. She is perfectly content with a good book, and this is something that I have been getting back into during my own social distancing.

Belle’s ballgown is extravagantly wonderful.

When Belle dances with Beast in the ballroom, the animators brought the dress to life through the movement of the gown in each sway and turn.

Although I would love to wear this kind of dress to the park it’s a) not allowed and b) probably really uncomfortable.

belle disneybound

Photo by Heather Alvarez

Yellow, gold, and red are the perfect colors to DisneyBound as Belle. The yellow is for her iconic dress and the red represents the enchanted rose!

Belle Princess DisneyBound Purse

I found this purse at a thrift store for $2.99. How perfect is it for Belle? Photo by Heather Alvarez

T-shirt dresses are a lot comfier than ball gowns, so for this DisneyBound I chose to pair a baggy shirt dress with yellow heels.

I also love when I can wear red lipstick to compliment my DisneyBound. I use red lipstick a lot when I put a Disney Villain outfit together, so it was nice to wear it with a Princess look.


Ok, ok! I know this isn’t a proper DisneyBound, but this shirt from Cakeworthy is too cute not to share.

When it comes to Cakeworthy, I love their all-over-print (AOP) tees! When I order the shirts I always choose a 2XL so that I can wear it as a shirt dress.

cinderella shirt aop

Photo by Alessandra Sferlazza

I am 5’2″, and the long shirts always hang perfectly, making them into a t-shirt dress. It’s comfy and light, which makes it a perfect park outfit!

If you want to see the entire Spring 2020 collection from Cakeworthy, you can check it out here!

Bottom Line

Just because we’re going to be spending a lot of time inside doesn’t mean you have to stop getting dressed up!

This is something that adds joy to my morning, and if you’re like me, then I hope you won’t stop just because you’re not going out.

If you’re indoors and looking for something to do, dress up as if you were going to go to the Disney parks and take some awesome pics for Instagram! Show us your favorite Disney Princess Disneybounds!

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Written by Alessandra Sferlazza

Aly is the Social Media Coordinator for WDW Magazine as well as a contributing writer. For the past five years, she has worked with The Walt Disney Company and completed her BA, B.Ed, and a certificate in Journalism. Aly loves spending every second she can at Disney World with her best friends and family. Follow Aly on Instagram
Alessandra Sferlazza

Written by Alessandra Sferlazza

Aly is the Social Media Coordinator for WDW Magazine as well as a contributing writer. For the past five years, she has worked with The Walt Disney Company and completed her BA, B.Ed, and a certificate in Journalism. Aly loves spending every second she can at Disney World with her best friends and family. Follow Aly on Instagram