The Dress Shop at Cherry Tree Lane is now open!

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The highly anticipated store “The Dress Shop” is now officially open at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World! The Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane is a fantastic collection of dresses and accessories in the Market Place CO OP of Disney Springs.

The Dress shop features whimsical collection of dresses inspired by the Disney Parks! These dresses have a beautiful vintage feel, with classic silhouettes and classic details. One of the things I love is that not only can we find gorgeous dresses inspired by our favorite characters and attractions, but plenty of accessories to match too! You can even stop by the shop today and see  Justin J. of Dapper Day! Let’s check out a sampling of some of the beautiful Disney Parks inspired creations we can expect to find.

Of course no Disney inspired fashion collection would be complete, with out featuring the original Fashionista herself, Minnie Mouse! I love the iconic polka dotted motif on this very dapper dress cut. The yellow flowers give a throw back to the classic hat wearing Minnie Mouse days, and I feel it really pulls it together.

Of course the original Disney Princess can’t be left out either! The red, yellow, and blue colors that we’ve all come to recognize as the snow white color palette are present, but it leans heavier on the red. The Snow White theme is definetly apples in this collection. The dress has a really cute apple print, with the profiles of the 7 Dwarfs as the “bite” in the apples.

The Wonderland collection favors many of the whimsical events of the Alice in Wonderland movie, rather than depending solely on Alice. The White Rabbit with his ticking watch, Mad Tea Party elements, and lots of color.

Many DisneyBounders don’t just stop at characters, the rides and attractions give lots of inspiration too! The Haunted Mansion is one of the most iconic of the rides that people love, and dress up for. I like that the dress wasn’t just a straight up “Creepy Wallpaper” design, but rather a mix of the colors from the ride, and similar details to the Ghost Host costumes.

The Tower of Terror collection is a little more obvious. The logo can be found on most items, and the dress is a cute vintage re-imagining of the bellhop costume.

I really love that they included the Enchanted Tiki Room as an inspiration. The show is so full of colors, and imagery that it has inspired some truly beautiful pieces. Of course it’s also such a nostalgic attraction too!

Are you excited to check out The Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane on your next visit to Disney Springs?

Photo Credit WDWToday


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Danielle is the Merchandise Specialist at Chip and Co. Danielle was born and raised in Sunny South Florida just a short drive south of Walt Disney World. She is proud to be a nerdy mommy and Disney Store Cast Member! She is also a self-proclaimed part-time Disney Princess by day while being a stylish Disney Villain by night. Be sure to follow her Disney adventures on Instagram
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