New Disney Parks Merch Collection Proves Rose Gold Is Still In
“Nature’s first green is rose gold,” offers Robert Frost as the first line to his “Nothing Gold Can Stay.” Wait, you’re telling us that the actual text doesn’t include the word “rose”? We are going to engage in critical freedom for a second and say that the four-time Pulitzer Prize winner should have made that his introduction, as Disney Parks has proven that nobody will ever be able to refuse the shade. Come April 1, the economic and entertainment behemoth will be selling its Briar Rose Gold Collection to Walt Disney World Resort visitors.
— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) March 20, 2019
As a nod to Princess Aurora (of “Sleeping Beauty” fame) the merchandise will replace, according to a Disney Food Blog post, the wildly popular rose gold collection that Promo Marketing touched on in late 2017. In terms of longevity, the outgoing merchandise products deserve some recognition, and they will bow to the new set as part of the 60th anniversary tribute to the theatrical release of “Sleeping Beauty.” Much like Prince Phillip fell for his fellow royal, also known as Briar Rose, end-users will swoon over the impending collection’s components, notably backpacks, Minnie Mouse ear headbands, jewelry, Spirit Jerseys and tumblers.
Now that spring is upon us, the timing of this eventual unveil is perfect and could influence people who had been on the fence concerning any seasonal vacation or quick getaway to choose Florida as their escape. They certainly would not venture there to see the Miami Marlins, another Sunshine State enterprise that Promo Marketing recently scolded for one of its promotional concepts. With respect to Walt Disney World, all signs point to the destination living happily ever after as a result of implementing this line of merchandise, as it combines apparel and hard goods to tout the merits of an increasingly popular color combination. Eleven days from now, we will begin to see how our predictions will fare, and we expect the returns to be enough for the overseers to buy far more than “A Cottage in the Woods.”