Lauren Conrad, former reality star and now author and fashionista, is a self-proclaimed Disney lover. She recently launched a Cinderella collection for Kohl’s, and in an interview with Refinery29 earlier this year, she teased that there would be more Disney collections to come. Conrad, like us, acknowledges that Disney characters, even though they may be cartoons, are some seriously stylish ladies. And this time, she’s channeling the style of the queen of Disney herself: Minnie Mouse!

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We love LC’s fashion sense, so we were excited to see her newest line of work. If you had the same reaction as we did when we initially heard “Minnie Mouse,” you might be wondering how a grown woman can pull this style off without looking like an adult-child. But, as LC explained in an interview with Us Weekly, they tried to make the pieces “in a more subtle way, so from far away, you see dots, but up close the dot is actually a tiny Minnie head with ears!”

And we think she seems to have succeeded! The line is actually quite adorable and stylish (not that we expect anything else from LC.) She took the classic Minnie Mouse qualities (red, white, and blue hues and of course TONS of polka dots), and created some amazing pieces, like this dress, which you can hardly tell is covered with little Minnie heads:

lauren conrad minnie mouse LC was beyond excited to be able to create this line, and she told Us Weekly that “the best part was just having the opportunity to put such an iconic character on one of my pieces.” She also took to her Instagram page to share the big news with her fans. Who knew Disney could look so stylish?!

The collection is available in stores and online beginning May 10!

What do you think of Lauren Conrad’s Minnie collection?


Devon Kelliher is a New York University student pursuing a degree in Communications and Journalism. When she isn't being a student, she's catching a concert somewhere in New York or cheering for her beloved Boston sports teams. She is also known for her tendency to quote movies/TV shows at inappropriate times.

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