The biggest sellers when it comes to Disney souvenirs?are the Mickey and Minnie Mouse ears. When you go to Disney parks, you’ll see what we mean! And right now- there’s nothing hotter than the rose gold ears at Disney. We all love those rose gold ears (& here’s how you find rose gold ears at Disney) But… there’s a new set of ears on the horizon.?Vintage Minnie ears are here and we are LIVING FOR THEM.?
Trust me – I tried to not go in on the hype but I caved.
I am here today to tell you about the NEW ears that are going to be just as in-demand.
They are amazing. They are sparkly.
Vintage Minnie Ears Are Here
They are vintage Minnie ears based on this retro Minnie Mouse.
I can’t even handle it.
I’m thisclose to booking a flight to Anaheim just to go get a pair for myself, before other bloggers and Instagrammers and millennials?spread the word too much and they’re impossible to find.
(I know – I am the problem!)
I’d probably wait in line for these longer than I would for Indiana Jones.
These headbands have just hit Main Street and pay homage to the Minnie Mouse of the past (the early 30s and 40s) – her first appearances in color before she traded in the blue for the now iconic red and white.? And that flower…
Where to find Vintage Minnie Ears
These ears have been available at Disneyland for a month or so. But they have not been spotted at Disney World… until this weekend.
The good news for the east coast Disney fans? The vintage Minnie ears have arrived at Walt Disney World!
Be quick about it; my friend at Disney World has had a ton of interest in her ears so you know these sweeties are going to be snapped up quickly!
You can find the vintage Minnie ears at Hollywood Studios. So far as we can tell, this is the only park to carry them at this time.
UPDATE: They are now found in the Magic Kingdom at Emporium.
This shot? Insert all the heart eye emojis here!
What do you think? Are these the next big thing in Disney ears?
Sarah is a minivan-driving, coffee drinking, runDisney running, business owning, Netflix watching, mother of two little girls. She married her big burly husband, Brandon, 10 years ago in a small chapel in Maui. Then she had 2 babies in 2 years – Evelyn and Olivia. She just picked up her life and moved from Texas to Florida, and her toenails are always painted red.