The Disney community is one that thrives on magic and loves any excuse to dress up. While unfortunately Disney does not allow adults to go fully costumed into the parks, Leslie Kay has come up with a solution called “Disneybounding”. She creates outfits based on the costumes of the characters that are subtle enough for everyday life.

These looks are taken to a whole new level on Dapper Days, which take place in the fall and in the spring. On these days guests dress to the nines, and many use Disneybounding as the inspiration for their looks.

April Barbosa Peña with princess Elena

Dapper Day are days where guests are invited to dress up in fancy attire while enjoying a day in Disney parks around the world.

Jane Bird Conroy as lovable Winnie-the-Pooh

While Disney is not officially affiliated with the event, they often offer special offerings for guests such as photo-ops and cupcakes.

May Turner has used her imagination to turn into Figment!

Umbrella’s are a common occurrence and especially useful in the heat!

Kristi Schoeman with Donald Duck himself

Guests young and old join the fun of creating dapper looks of their favorite characters.

Heather Bean, Kelli Webb Collins, and Josalynne Rose with two others in a group look from “The Aristocats”

Some of the dedicated fans commit to group looks.

Jessica Irvine looking beautiful in a Dapper Moana look

New characters show up each year and people aren’t afraid to get creative with their looks.

Michelle Ring-Walters channeling her inner-Alice

It’s a fun day for all, even if you’ve chosen to dress casually.

Brittani Enos Blake and her group Star Wars look

Dapper Day will take place Sunday, November 5th in Disneyland, CA. Walt Disney World in Florida has two dates: Saturday, November 18th at the Magic Kingdom and Sunday, November 19th at Epcot. Check out for more information.