For all the Disney loving men who have a taste for the more fashionable side of style, you’re in luck. Gone are the days when your only choices for apparel included a brightly colored t-shirt with a giant image of Mickey Mouse silk screened on the front.
With the Twenty Eight & Main collection there’s now an escape into a more sophisticated wardrobe with obscure hints of Disney charm.
There is a lot here that many fans have long been clamoring for. It’s packed with masculine nods at attractions of the present and past on shirts and mugs, and other forms of merchandise that a guy can truly enjoy.
Disney had been known to focus heavily on the female demographics when it comes to branding on available merchandise, and this collection changes all that.
A compliment to the Tren-D, and attached in the same building, the Marketplace Co-Op offers a unique selection of merchandise that you can’t find anywhere else on property. From home goods to tech, art and ladies fashion… The male element was missing, aside from a few non-Disney button downs. This is just the start to finding a selection for the most dapper one of the group.
A heavy emphasis on Walt, the new store is adorned with the Walt Disney family crest; the same one you’ll find on Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland and Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando. Rich woods and urban elements style the space as vintage feeling pieces grab your attention everywhere your eyes fall. Especially with the attraction inspired shirts.
It’s hard not to fall in love with this new collection (some pieces are unisex, even if it’s geared towards men). Even throwing in some Rose & Crown pub merchandise to help distinguish the man cave maybe? It’s a perfect fit for the space and the personality of a Disney fan who can appreciate the more mature, classier side of the mouse house.