A new streetwear collection featuring the Child (aka Grogu) has just landed online, at Disney stores, and Walt Disney World Resort. This collection is one of our favorites to date. Capturing the cuteness of Grogu and laidback city vibes, Mandalorian meets FASHION in these pieces!
Our editor shares some styling tips below!
The Child Long Sleeve T-shirt
Featuring embroidered elements and more than enough Mandalorian references, you’ll definitely pull in some cool “Kid” vibes in this heather gray shirt.
The Child Crop Top
With a fun take on Grogu front and center, this crop top features a boxy shape with a cropped hem.
Editor’s Styling Note: Try this tee with a relaxed jersey mini skirt to look fresh and ready for the Main Street runway.
The Child Pullover
This sweatshirt features quilted side panels, a semi-cropped hem, and plenty of cute Baby Yoda inspired art.
Editor’s Styling Note: The pullover has to be my favorite piece from the collection – you can not go wrong with this sweatshirt in almost any outfit!
The Child Leggings
These leggings feature an elastic waistband with a Grogu pattern that runs down the side of each leg, ensuring you’ve got the Force on your side whether you’re lounging at home or getting your cardio in at the parks.
The Child Baseball Cap
With a super contemporary look, this baseball cap lets you rep your love anytime with Grogu right on the front.
Editor’s Styling Note: Baseball caps are always a practical add to your Disney World day trips – I love the idea of pairing this cap with a pair of distressed denim and a basic tee.
The Child Beanie
The Child beanie features a Grogu appliqué on the front and a pom pom on top.
The Child Backpack
A full-size backpack, you should be able to easily fit a laptop in this backpack and make use of the multiple pockets!
The Child Belt Bag
Perfect as a travel bag, this belt bag features just-right pockets and an eye-catching print.
Editor’s Note: If you’ve been looking for an excuse to hop on the fanny pack trend, this one is a winner. Sure the print is bold, but the Mando details are just right!