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It’s good to be bad at Disney right now. The villains are taking center stage with some amazing merchandise as Disney begins to roll out fall and Halloween decor around the parks, particularly Magic Kingdom and release merchandise for Halloween giving the bad guys their due at Walt Disney World.
First let’s talk decor. Halloween and fall decor around Magic Kingdom is tough to beat. Even though it is still stiflingly hot in Orlando, it really puts you in the mood for a pumpkin spice latte and we’re all for that.
From pumpkins all down Main Street to fall leaves and autumnal magic, it is a magical time of year to visit the most magical place on earth.
Important to note that even though much of the Halloween merchandise is out in Disney Springs, Epcot and the other parks, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party exclusive merchandise is not released to the general public and is only available during party times at Magic Kingdom.
Check out this poison apple coffee mug to give your spiced cider or favorite autumnal blend an extra season kick. It is available for $19.99
Whip up some fall and Halloween treats but maybe leave the poison out in this Evil Queen apron in hot pink and black featuring the silhouette of Maleficent. Available for $34.99.
Captain Hook, Cruella DeVille and Maleficent silhouettes are donned for these brightly colored villains shirts ranging from $24.99 to $34.99. Blog Mickey some great photos of these!
Your villainous look wouldn’t be complete without this Maleficent Magic Band for $24.99.
Let’s talk ears!
Minnie themed Halloween ears have debuted highlighting Minnie’s colorful orange and purple witches costume. Purple sequin ears with an orange sequin bow and black and purple polka dot hat. Check out these photos from Blog Mickey.
Dia de Los Muertos ears and hat have hit the scene as well that include colorful sugar skulls on a black background.
Sally and her patchwork dress have their own ears this year as well! And Oogie Boogie and Jack couldn’t be left out so be sure to check out their black and white ears.
Check out our post HERE! highlighting a number of pieces Disney announced for the Halloween season including festive shirts for guys, gals and kids!
Even more has been released now so let’s jump into some of those pieces!
We talked about these festive and colorful shirts coming to Disney in a previous post but there are now matching leggings as well for $39.99.
A couple of zip-up hoodies have been released including this Are You Scared of The Park black hoodie with orange accents and hood as well as a fun pumpkin Mickey for $54.99.
Prepare to be Scared in this black zip up with vampire Mickey for $54.99. There is also another Mickey vampire Zip up as well. Same price.
Trick or Treat! This black sequin tank top with thick silver sequins and a pumpkin Mickey is available for $34.99 and we are picturing it with those leggings!
More sequins with this adorable orange Mickey Pumpkin sequin shirt featuring our favorite Disney Halloween element; those Mickey pumpkins.
Several Dia de Los Muertos shirts are also available in black or orange also with those same sugar skulls from the ears and hat. Youth tees are $19.99, adults are $34.99. Photos are from Blog Mickey.
But, wait? No spirit jersey. Of course there is a spirit jersey! This sparkly black spirit jersey is candy corned themed with the white, yellow and orange “D” on the front and the same candy corn colors spelling out Walt Disney World on the back with that awesome Mickey pumpkin. $64.99. Pics by Blog Mickey.
Matching ears are available for these as well! And a matching Loungefly Backpack for $90.
Spooky! But not too spooky! Be sure to check it out at Disney merchandise locations.
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