PHOTOS: New Maleficent Glow Wings Transform You Into The Mistress of Evil at the Magic Kingdom

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We’ve encountered quite a wicked surprise on our stroll through the Magic Kingdom this morning: new glowing, sparkly, and wearable Maleficent wings! Stand out at a nighttime parade or dark Disney attraction with the whimsically-evil wings. One of the cast members we spoke with gave us a great idea: the wings would also complete a Vampirina look!

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Like the Tinker Bell wings, these wearable Maleficent wings light up and have different light modes. These wings definitely channel the darker side of the fairy world!
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The light patterns include flashing, purple, and multicolored.

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Or, you can turn the wings off and go with the glitter-only look.

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They retail for $28.17 and can be found at Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar, which is the gift shop at the exit of Pirates of the Caribbean ride at the Magic Kingdom.

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Here’s a close-up of the glitter detailing with multi-colored lights…

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… and a close-up of the glitter with purple lighting.

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Let’s take a look at some of the other features and the wings’ packaging.

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The packaging is very similar to the Tinker Bell wings, in that they feature a simple drawing of the wings’ namesake.

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The black straps are adjustable and allow the wing straps to blend in with a dark shirt or dress.

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Maleficent’s silhouette appears on the strap.

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The wings’ batteries are replaceable, so you’re free to fly around as long as you like!

Can you see your 2020 Halloween costume coming together now? In the comments, let us know how you’d wear your wings.

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Elise Dwight

At Walt Disney World, you can catch Elise perusing the Minnie Mouse ear selection or drinking a lapu lapu at the Poly. She has a lifelong fascination with all modes of Disney transport and is looking forward to trying her luck as a Disney bus driver when she retires in 2050. Contact Elise at [email protected]

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