New Pink & Gold Disney Princess Ear Headband at Walt Disney World

Shannen Ace

New Pink & Gold Disney Princess Ear Headband at Walt Disney World

A new pink and gold Disney Princess ear headband is available at Walt Disney World. We found it in Bonjour! Village Gifts at Magic Kingdom.

Disney Princess Ear Headband – $34.99

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The ears and headband are covered in a silky pink fabric.

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Between the ears is a bow covered in shiny gold sequins.

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All of the Disney Princesses are pictured on the ears in gold outline. You’ll recognize Snow White, Ariel, Pocahontas, Tiana, Merida, Cinderella, Moana, and more royals.

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The pattern of Princess faces continues on the back of the ears.

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The headband is lined with soft velour fabric.

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A heart-shaped charm with a crown cut out of the center is on the left side of the headband.

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Disney Princesses

The official Disney Princess lineup includes various female protagonists of Disney media, though not all are technically princesses and not all princesses from Disney films are included.

The official lineup is Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Moana, and Raya, who was added last year. Merida is notable as being the only Pixar character in the lineup. Anna and Elsa from “Frozen” are not included, as they are marketed separately and are technically both queens.

The official line was created by former Disney Consumer Products chairman Andy Mooney. Mooney came up with the idea at a Disney on Ice show.

Standing in line in the arena [of a Disney on Ice show], I was surrounded by little girls dressed head to toe as princesses…They weren’t even Disney products. They were generic princess products they’d appended to a Halloween costume. And the light bulb went off. Clearly, there was latent demand here. So the next morning I said to my team, “O.K., let’s establish standards and a color palette and talk to licensees and get as much product out there as we possibly can that allows these girls to do what they’re doing anyway: projecting themselves into the characters from the classic movies.”

Andy Mooney, New York Times

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