If you have been keeping your eye on your social media it seems like every day someone is not happy about a choice Disney has made. From Boba Fett not calling his ship Slave I to changing the seven dwarfs in Snow White. Well, now you can add another one to the list. It seems that people are now upset about the Minnie Mouse shedding her iconic red and white polka dots dress and putting on a blue and black polka dots pantsuit designed by Stella McCartney.

Minnie Mouse Celebrates Disneyland Paris’ 30th Anniversary

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So, yes Minnie Mouse is changing her look up, but for those that are upset about it, you can relax. You see, She is set to wear a pantsuit in honor of Disneyland Paris’ 30th Anniversary. This look is for this event and is NOT PERMANENT and you will see Minnie back in her iconic dress in no time.

Stella McCartney Talks About Minnie Mouse’s New Look

In an interview with People McCartney talks about Minnie Mouse and why she went the direction she did with this design.

“What I love about Minnie is the fact that she embodies happiness, self-expression, authenticity and that she inspires people of all ages around the world. Plus, she has such great style!

I wanted Minnie to wear her very first pantsuit at Disneyland Paris, so I have designed one of my iconic costumes – a blue tuxedo – using responsibly sourced fabrics. This new take on her signature polka dots makes Minnie Mouse a symbol of progress for a new generation. She will wear it in honor of Women’s History Month, in March 2022. I can’t wait for you to see this new look at Walt Disney Studios Park!”

Source: People
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