It was hard to miss the launch of the new Disney x Cath Kidston collaboration a couple of weeks ago. I have to confess to being a little bit obsessed with their collaborations. As it is I’m a huge Disney fan and also very partial to Cath Kidson dresses. They may be well over my usual budget, but I always find a way! Having picked up two new dresses from the latest collection, I thought it would be fun to take pictures of all the dresses so far and put them all together.
Winnie The Pooh:
The first offering from Disney x Cath Kidston was British favourite Winnie the Pooh. This is one of my favourite dresses, I really love the shape and fit of this one. They currently have a few other dresses in this shape including the lovely pets party dress, which I have and love. My only complaint with this dress was the length and I’ve noticed their recent dresses are a but longer. I loved the print from this collaboration, this will always be one of my favourite books, stories and Disney films. See how I styled it in my post from last year.
Mickey in London:
Getting my hands on the dresses from this collection was so tricky, but eventually I got lucky and got both. I love the print of this dress so much and wore this all summer. Again the length is much shorter than I’d usually wear, but I just don’t care! I really love that Cath Kidston used their London print and kept this collaboration so British.
The spot print is such a Cath Kidston classic. I’ve mentioned before that I used to work at CK when it was a much smaller company about 13 years ago now. The spot print was as much a key pattern for them then as it is now. I love the simplicity of this dress design and it’s one I wore a lot last winter and will wear again this winter too. I like to put a top underneath this one and wear it like a pinafore dress, as I did in my post last year.
This is one of my favourite Disney films, so I was really excited about this range. Although I love the print they chose for the dress I would have done anything for one in the town houses print, which in my opinion was just nicer. I know this dress was a bit unpopular due to the choice of fabric and although I would have preferred cotton, I didn’t mind it too much. For more detail, check out my blog post on this dress.
The first dress from the new Peter Pan, the Tinker Bell shirt dress collaboration is absolutely perfect for this time of year. I really like the shirt dress style which fastens with the cutest star shaped buttons. The print is so pretty and I love the colour. I’m looking forward to experimenting with this one over the coming months. I like the idea of different coloured tights and working into looks inspired by different eras. Watch this space!
Peter Pan in London:
This dress is such a classic easy to wear piece. The print mixes the classic Disney characters with the popular Cath Kidston London Print. This is such an easy dress to wear and the fabric is a lovely and heavy, so it hangs really well. This is the sort of dress I wear all the time, as they’re so easy to throw on with a card and some flats for everyday.
I am so excited to know which Disney x Cath Kidston collaboration will come next and how many more there will be. I really hope the next range keeps up with the amazing quality of the Peter Pan range. The great fabrics, lovely details and decent skirt lengths, really made this range stand out.
What did you think of the Disney x Cath Kidston ranges, have you tried any of the dresses? What did you think?
Find the items that are still available in the Peter Pan range here.
Find the items that are still available in the 101 Dalmatians range here.
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