Fashion Friday: Torrid is offering a special collection inspired by Pixar

Torrid gives us a Pixar collection for this summer, and it’s everything we could have wanted.

If there is one thing I love the most about summer, it is showing off my fan appreciation with graphic T-shirts. However, there are some times when you’re just not in the mood for a t-shirt, and you want to dress things up a bit. Luckily, Torrid understands and has an entire collection inspired by one of our favorite things: Pixar.

While there is nothing wrong with T-shirts for summer, sometimes you want to wear a dress or maybe feel the need for a more structured top. Thankfully, this new Torrid collection has everything we could need and want in terms of different pieces of fashion.

From graphic sneakers and T-shirts (of course), to dresses and skirts, there is something for everyone. And when I say that this is a Pixar collection, I mean it.

Torrid Goes All in With Its Pixar Line

Among the pieces that you can snag are a Dory and Marlin tie front top, a Skater Skirt with characters from UP!, a Lightning McQueen shirt dress, and even Toy Story print Canvas Sneakers.

It’s a small but mighty collection that lets people know you love Pixar and you love fashion. These are pieces that look good and still let you show off your favorite animated characters.

Of course, if you prefer to show off some Disney love, Torrid has you covered there as well, with a number of pieces featuring some classic Disney characters. And we aren’t just talking about Mickey, as even Lilo and Stitch are represented in this collection.

Torrid knows what we want when it comes to fashionable pieces that fit, look good, and make a statement. And this Pixar collection for summer 2020 is exactly what we need right now, as it is cute enough to bring a smile to our faces, and cozy enough to make us want to wear all of these pieces throughout the year.

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What do you think of this Torrid x Pixar collection? Is there a Pixar property you want to see represented? Tell us what you think in the comments.