I attended a media event yesterday where Merchandise Communications Manager, Steven Miller told me this collaboration had been 18 months in the making. The results are beautiful and pay homage to the classic Vera Bradley style and the whimsy that is Disney.
The event was also hosted by none other than Vera Bradley co-founder, Barbara Bradley who recalled memories of visiting Walt Disney World as a child. Her unbridled enthusiasm for Disney made it apparent that this would be the start of a long lasting friendship between the two brands. If I was a betting woman, I’d say we have many more new styles of bags to look forward to.
Just Mousing Around and Midnight with Mickey Lines
Backpack $99 (10 ½” x 13″ x 4″) Always a popular park choice, this hands-free style holds all the day’s essentials and even has a padded pocket for your tablet.
Large Cosmetic $35 (10″ x 6 ¼” x 3 ¼”) This plastic-lined case, finished with a handy grab-and-go loop handle, is just right for cosmetics and toiletries or on-the-go park supplies, like sunscreens and lotions.
Large Duffel $99 (22″ x 11 ½” x 11 ½”) A Vera Bradley favorite, this travel bag features one easy-access end pocket and comfortable long shoulder straps.
Mini Hipster $60 (6″ x 7 ½” x ¾”) A great hands-free style, this little crossbody works as a purse and as a wallet. It has four credit card slots and an ID window.
Smartphone Wristlet $55 (5 ½” x 3 ¼” x 2″) So very smart, this all-in-one wristlet holds all the essentials: cash, credit cards, ID, coins, plus your phone with its case.
Vera $99 (19 ¼” x 14 ¾” x 6 ¼”) This Vera Bradley classic has a roomy interior, six inside pockets and a sturdy base. Finishing touches include two outside pockets, a key clip and a tortoise toggle closure.
Zip ID Case $15 (5″ x 3″) Perfect for traveling light, this compact case with key ring features a front ID window and an interior compartment for cards and cash.
Can’t get to the Disney parks? No worries. These collections will be available online starting in late October