I’ve been a long time fan of Traci Hines, and love to use many of her amazing designs when Disneybounding! Her fantastic clothing line Adorkable Apparel has so many options!
Traci Hines is a Fantasy Pop Singer-Songwriter, who is very well known for her amazing Mermaid personas, cosplay, and music (She was the model in The Little Mermaid wedding photo shoot!). She’s even credited as being the original Hipster Mermaid, she really looks a lot like Ariel! She started out creating couture pieces, and eventually created a line expressing her quirkier side that is more accessible and available. Adorkable Apparel was born from a partnership with Traci and her brother Cam Oden. The tees feature amazing screen printed designs that are a blend of Fantasy meets Reality. Traci and Cam work hard to make sure they only produce the best quality products, and will not sell anything Traci wouldn’t personally wear herself!
Last week’s Disneybound we featured Adorkable Apparel’s Ursula shirt! It was a fitting tribute to the undersea mistress of evil. There’s many more villainous offerings available, including a super stunning Maleficent dragon horn shirt! There’s also more than just shirts! Tanks and sweatshirts are also available, and even a couple of fun pieces for the guys too!
I can’t wait to see the new things she comes up with! Have you ever tried out any of her adorable shirts for a Disneybound? I’m thinking the Boatneck Mermaid Top might be perfect for a winter Ariel bound!
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