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These Disney character bags are magical

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We’ve had Disney-themed lipsticks, Disney-inspired tattoos and a Cinderella footwear range.

To be honest, when Disney wedding dresses landed, we thought we may have finally had enough.

Then, at the most whimsical time of the year, we’ve fallen in magical love with Danielle Nicole’s superb range of official Disney handbags. Rihanna, Alessandra Ambrosio and Vanessa Hudgens are already fans of the New York designer, so we’re in good company.

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The 28-year-old strips back to the Disney we know and love to come up with bold, bright designs that encapsulate the best of the famous cartoon characters, while adding chic, low-key touches that make them viable adult options for the office, weekends or on a night out. Happily, QVC has a selection from the Danielle Nicole x Disney collaboration range available to buy in the UK….

Evil Queen

Once upon a time, we despised the Evil Queen in Snow White. Now, she’s beauty goals. This two-in-one bag can be worn Snow or Queen side – depending on your mood:

snow white

Muttering of “Mirror, mirror on the wall” optional. 

Two-sided black/white clutch, £51, QVC

Snow White crossbody

“Lips red as blood. Hair black as night. Bring me your heart dear dear Snow White.”

If you’re pure of heart, forget about the Queen and stick to this sweet crossbody with silver chain.

snow white

Coming soon, Price £53, QVC

Tinkerbell Crossbody

“There oughta be a fairy for every girl and boy.”

Totally agree, which is why we’re all over this shade-throwing Tinkerbell and her pom-pom bun.

tinkerbell

£53, QVC

Sebastian pouch

A Monday morning bag if ever we saw one, Little Mermaid’s Sebastian crab pouch comes with a zipper for a mouth.

crab

£28, QVC

Flounder crossbody

Another Little Mermaid character soon available at QVC is the adorable Flounder, glitzed up with metallic gold and tiny blue sequins.

fish

Coming soon, Price £53, QVC

Sleeping Beauty clutch

If you’re less into characters than Disney’s enduring themes and quotes, this two-in-one Sleeping Beauty clutch is a winner – a perspex crown outer clutch with a removable inner pouch bearing the studded line: “From this slumber, she shall wake.”

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£30.50, QVC

Disney mega-fan Nicole has also turned her hand to jewellery design – here’s a teaser of her new Beauty and the Beast themed jewellery launching early next year...

beauty and the beast

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