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Terez's New Mickey Mouse Activewear Is Every Disney Fan's Dream

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Mickey Mouse is having a ~fashion~ moment. For the 90th anniversary of the cartoon mouse, Disney launched a "Mickey the True Original" campaign, and Vans, Kohl's, Primark, and Uniqlo have all launched Disney-inspired collections for the occasion. L.A.-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho created a Mickey t-shirt installation, and Opening Ceremony's Spring 2018 show included fuzzy skirts and floor-length dresses featuring retro Mickey cartoons. Now, activewear brand Terez is getting in on the action with their new Disney x Terez collection that dropped yesterday.

The 14-piece collection has all of Terez's signatures: shiny patterned leggings and muscle-flattering fits. But this is Terez's first lifestyle-leaning line, meaning it's designed to pair well with jackets and boots on top of standing up to sweat sessions. Rest assured, everything's just as workout-friendly as Terez's usuals. The leggings are made with a breathable, sweat-wicking fabric and the tops are flowy. The standouts: red leather-illusion leggings printed with tiny Mickeys and a cropped black crewneck with a black foil Mickey silhouette. (Don't miss these fall workout clothes that'll take you into the new season.)

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Be all ears tomorrow... Something new is coming... Disney X Terez featuring Mickey Mouse

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This is Terez's first Disney collab aside from two previous Star Wars lines, and it's filled a mouse-shaped hole in our hearts. Everything would look on-point at a Disney race or Disney-theme SoulCycle class. And they have equal potential for peacocking around Disney World—a lot of the clothes come in girls' sizes so you can get all matchy-matchy on your family vacation. (Related: Disney's New #DreamBigPrincess Photo Campaign Is the Goal-Crushing Motivation You Need)

Disney x Terez is available now on Terez.com and will also be sold on ShopDisney.com in the future. HBD, Mickey.

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