PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Sunglasses Arrive at Walt Disney World
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Summer is fast approaching, and with it comes four new pairs of shades that have hit the Walt Disney World shelves, and you will be happy to hear, they are right for the whole family.
Mouseketeer Sunglasses – $19.99
These incognito Disney-inspired shades are somewhat non-assuming on the outside. Featuring just a blank white print around the Wayfarer style shade.
Hidden on the inside are what look like, mini classic Mickey Mouse Mouseketeer hats. At first glance, I thought they were Minnie Mouse ears, but the classic Mouseketeer hat style is more obvious up close.
Mickey Surf Sunglasses – $19.99
These navy sunglasses are even more non-assuming, with a blue tinted lens and no noticeable Disney-esque accents on the outside of the frame.
The frame is styled in a surf-type feel with beach board and Hawaiian accents.
It’s hard to honestly even tell this is Disney themed, other than a couple small Mickey Mouse accents.
These sunglasses will be a must for your next trip out to Aulani!
Giraffe Print Sunglasses – $19.99
These animal print sunglasses are in a women’s style, with black lenses and a black rim around the giraffe print.
Like the other pairs, these are again, very subtle Disney, and you would have to look pretty close to see the Mickey Mouse patterns.
Walt Disney World Rainbow Sunglasses – $19.99
These retro rainbow sunglasses are sure to bring some pizzaz to any outfit.
Keeping with the theme, although there are a lot of colors, they do not overwhelm you with in-your-face Disney. There is a very subtle rainbow Mickey Mouse which will tuck right over your ear.
The Walt Disney World logo is on either side of the frame of the slightly less tinted shade.
Mickey Mouse Balloon Kids Sunglasses – $14.99
These kids shades are sure to be a fashion statement for your little one. With a teal frame and various colors of Mickey balloons, these are a must.
All these sunglasses are available park-wide, which ones were your favorite? Let us know in the comments!