RSVLTS has released a new collection of button-up Haunted Mansion shirts featuring characters from the attraction and designs inspired by the famous wallpaper. Although some shirts have already sold out, here’s everything listed on the RSVLTS website.
This print is mostly green and blue with tightly gathered images of Constance Hatchaway (a.k.a. The Bride), the singing busts, the Hitchhiking Ghosts, Madame Leota (her crystal ball and her gravestone), and more imagery from the attraction.
This shirt resembles the ride’s famous wallpaper. It’s black with a damask pattern featuring green eyes.
Small images of various Haunted Mansion characters are scattered across this teal-green shirt. The colorful images are set against dark green swirls, ghosts, bats, and eyes.
This shirt is black with teal and yellow images from the Haunted Mansion’s graveyard, plus the Hitchhiking Ghosts. There are small gravestones between images of singing ghosts and the caretaker.
This purple shirt features portraits that hang on the walls of the mansion, as well as a portrait of Constance Hatchaway. They’re patterned with images of the gargoyle candelabras from the stretching room.
The roper shirt is black, with purple panels on the shoulders featuring the gargoyles.
The same prints are available as fitted shirts as well.
The designs are also available in youth sizes.
Which Haunted Mansion shirt is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.
The Haunted Mansion
The Haunted Mansion has become one of Disney’s most iconic attractions since its opening at Disneyland in 1969 and on opening day at Walt Disney World in 1971. A clone of the Walt Disney World attraction opened at Tokyo Disneyland in 1983, and the ride has additionally served as inspiration for a number of Disney attractions across the globe, including Phantom Manor in Paris and Mystic Manor in Hong Kong.
The atmospheric ride strikes a delicate blend between funny and frightening that has charmed generations. The Disneyland version of the attraction received a major addition in 2015 when the Hatbox Ghost, an original effect removed from the ride due to technical difficulties, was re-added decades later.
The Hatbox Ghost is due to debut at the Magic Kingdom version of the Haunted Mansion as part of its larger refurbishment that provided an updated look for Madame Leota, though he was not yet present when the ride recently re-opened. The Hatbox Ghost will occupy the Endless Hallway in the Walt Disney World mansion.
Disneyland recently announced they would be expanding the grounds of their Haunted Mansion to include a new gift shop and gardens.