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SDCC 2017: Disneybounding 101: An Introduction to the Pop Culture Fashion Phenomenon

Disneybounding is a way for fans to show and share their love and appreciation for Disney characters by dressing up as that character without actually wearing a costume. It involves wearing everyday clothes and accessories that capture iconic details of that character.

Cosplayers Sara Katz-Scher (ThatPrincessGirl) and Neil A. Williams II (LostBoyCosplay) of The Adventure Effect along with Leslie Kay (DisneyBound blog) discuss how to choose, design, shop for, wear, and photograph your Disneybound (Disney-inspired fashionable ensembles) as well as the difference between costuming and Disneybounding.

Although it started off with Disney characters, bounding has expanded to include other franchises, including Marvel and Star Wars.

In fact, moderator Leslie Kay has over 400 Star Wars Bound outfits that you can use as inspiration for your own.

TWG recorded the panel, so watch it in its entirety below:

What were your thoughts about the panel? Have you ever done your own Disneybound? Share your experiences and thoughts in the comments section below.

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