Whether it’s the addition of a jaunty chapeau or a perfectly coiffed coif, these characters know how to dapper. (Thought: would our lives be more magical if we were this dapper too?)
Basil from The Great Mouse Detective
The ultimate in detective-chic.
Carl from Up
We can’t get enough of Carl’s spectacle/bowtie combo.
Grimsby from The Little Mermaid
He’s a lesson in pops of color.
Prince Charming from Cinderella
It takes a real man to pull off such a non-traditional pant.
Eli “Big Daddy” La Bouff from The Princess and the Frog
This Mardi Gras king has major style. This is how men should always look when they go to breakfast. Also, look at him eating his beignet pinkie-up.
Will Turner from Pirates of the Caribbean
The leather, the necklace, the billowy blouse… this bohemian chic look is effortless and a half.
Captain Hook from Peter Pan
A bold red coat. Matching hat. Gold trim. That giant feather. Hook may be angry in this photo, but he looks fabulous doing it.
The White Rabbit from Disney’s Alice in Wonderland
Waistcoat + bowtie + umbrella + spectacles + giant pocket watch = class
Mr. Toad from The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
His summer boating look is ON POINT. Take notes.
Anton Ego from Ratatouille
Classic black and a perfectly understated scarf? Our review: 10 out of 10.
Prince Edward from Enchanted
The Collie from One Hundred and One Dalmatians
No accessories needed. This is what natural dapperness looks like.
Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas
We are all about the pinstripe suit.
Percy from Pocahontas
This is a lot of dapper for such a small animal. Also, look at the tiny feather in his tiny hat!
Normally you think of men being dapper, but this lady takes the cake:
This hat alone would put her at the top of our list, but she pairs it with an adorable red bowtie and frilly shirt. We love it.
By the by, if you were into this article, be sure to check out Disney #Menswear.