A couple of weeks ago, the kiddo and I were lucky enough to attend our first Dapper Day at Disneyland!
Dapper Day is something I’ve always wanted to attend, but just never had the opportunity to do so.
A little background on Dapper Day. Two times a year at Disneyland, WDW and Disneyland Paris, Disney hosts a Dapper Day event. This event has an Expo, where you can purchase dresses, shoes, gloves, sunglasses, hats, bowling shirts, parasols, etc. and then it is off to the parks to enjoy your day in your dapper finery. Visit their website here for more information.
Here are some wonderful pictures from our Dapper Day. If you got a chance to attend, what were your thoughts? Please comment and let us know. We love to hear from you!
We decided this is the first of many Dapper Days to come for us. We were super inspired. As a matter of fact, we are going to focus on more dapper inspired mash-ups with our cosplay and bounding for everyday in the coming year on our blog. So stay tuned for that!
Our latest cosplays, Hogwarts students, debuted at Los Angeles Comic Con.
Unfortunately, LACC was pretty lackluster this year, so we don’t really have any new from it to share. I think with Stan Lee stepping down and taking his name off the con, it is having a bit of an identity crisis.
But our latest cosplays were a big hit, so we will be rolling these out again very soon. Hopefully at Universal to get some pictures.
This outfit also works as a great outfit of the day. Ties are from Spirit Halloween. Vests from Goodwill and shirts from Amazon.
We finished the day as all witches should, with a witches’ brew frap!
Our last SDCC recap is the Her Universe Fashion Show, which took place at the Regency Grand Hyatt on Thursday evening. This year’s show marked the fifth anniversary of the show. We’ve attended every year. This year brought some wonderful designs, as always, inspired by all kinds of fandoms from Godzilla:
To Space Mountain:
Ashley’s dress was also an incredible creation inspired by “The Nightmare Before Christmas” using over 500 Funko Pops! The dress weighed in at 40 pounds, almost double that of her Lego dress from two years ago.
There was an incredible surprise in the middle of the show, the 13th Doctor, Jodie Whittaker herself, walked the runway in her new costume. Whittaker stated on the runway that she had input in the design which needed, “To be comfortable, of course.” and also, “Anyone can cosplay this. You aren’t cosplaying a woman. You aren’t cosplaying a man. You are cosplaying The Doctor.” Her Universe released their own 13th Doctor coat at SDCC, so we can all cosplay The Doctor.
Her Universe also released a special Clone Wars collection to celebrate the return of “Clone Wars” with 12 more episodes!
It was an incredible show, and as always, the designs did not disappoint.