Last year Disney Parks launched a stylish new collection for distinguished gentlemen, called Twenty Eight & Main. The fun name is inspired by the year Mickey Mouse debuted and the Classic Main Street U.S.A.! Recently, Disney showed a glimpse of the fun new styles coming out this spring!
Fans of the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attraction will be delighted to see a new Nautilus pocket t-shirt. There will also be a solid navy shirt with the Twenty Eight & Main lion logo which was inspired by the Disney family crest. The lion reaching for the star symbolizes Walt Disney reaching for his dreams. There is also a down jacket with elbow patches that’s perfect for layering with other Twenty Eight & Main shirts.
Other shirts will include nods to the Matterhorn Bobsleds, the world famous Jungle Cruise and Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress. The Matterhorn shirt will be found at Disneyland Resort while the Carousel of Progress tee will be released at Walt Disney World Resort.
Finally, guests visiting the Twenty Eight & Main Boutique in the Marketplace Co-Op at Disney Springs Marketplace will find several new offerings this spring. One dashing shirt includes lines from a script originally read by Walter Cronkite for Spaceship Earth. I personally love “The Redhead” shirt! You can also look for a Jungle Cruise-inspired tank and a Raglan featuring the Main Street Magic Shop.
Would your prince charming love to wear one of these stylish new shirts?
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