Disney’s parks and shed-load of characters and stories hold a special place in the hearts of many. It’s only natural you’d want to express that love, and Animal Crossing: New Horizons‘ extensive customization options make it a perfect fit. Sure, you could spend time and make your own Disney outfit in Animal Crossing — or you could take advantage of what the fan community’s already made. And it’s created a lot. There’s everything ranging from Frozen to classics like Toy Story and literally everything in-between. To help navigate through it all, we’ve put together this list of the best Disney codes for Animal Crossing outfits.
If you haven’t already, just make sure to get the Able Sisters to open up shop on your island, so you can use the Pro Design tool in the shop to make and download your own codes.
Codes for Frozen outfits in Animal Crossing
Frozen is incredibly popular, and it’s no surprise why. There are strong sibling bonds, plenty of interesting characters, and a good many catchy tunes. But most importantly for our purposes, it has fantastic costumes — lots of ’em. Anna and Elsa fans haven’t wasted any time transferring some of the best to New Horizons either.
Prince Hans doesn’t get quite the same attention as the sisters, but there’s still one QR code for a rather dashing suit.
Disney princess outfits for Animal Crossing
Of course, Disney has a long tradition of princesses with flashy clothes, stretching back far before (and sometimes after) we ventured to Arendelle. Some have bigger wardrobes than others, but all have at least one instantly recognizable outfit you can get for yourself in New Horizons.
Here’s an alternate Snow White dress using the long dress form.
And the dressed-down version as well.
Let’s not forget The Princess and the Frog either!
This is a slightly more detailed take on the pink gown from Sleeping Beauty.
This one’s for the hardcore TV Disney fans, since Princess Elena doesn’t have her own movie — yet.
There’s basically every variation of Ariel’s outfits from The Little Mermaid you can choose from too.
Does Kingdom Hearts‘ Kairi count as a Disney princess? Fans say yes, and we’re inclined to agree.
And finally among the princess codes for Animal Crossing, we have Giselle from Enchanted.
Other Disney characters and themes
Not every Disney character is a princess, and likewise, not every Disney outfit for Animal Crossing has to be themed around royalty and its trappings. There’s an abundance of other iconic Disney characters and attractions to spark the imagination and pad out your New Horizons wardrobe.
Everyone’s favorite duo of misfits gets some love too.
As do some villains. You’ll need NookLink to scan the QR codes for some of these. Just download the Nintendo Switch Online app, choose Animal Crossing from list of games, and fire up the scanner.
This next set of Disney codes for Animal Crossing: New Horizons takes broad inspiration from films in general or from theme park attractions. They’re some of the most creative we’ve come across too.
Not that there’s anything wrong with good ol’ character cosplay, though.
Here’s one you may not recognize too. It’s a dress and hat combo representing Duffy the Disney Bear from Duffy and Friends, aka “Japan’s Disney Kawaii (super cute) ambassador.”
Someone remembered Treasure Planet exists!
No Beast outfits, strangely, or even LeFou, but there’s this Gaston top to tide you over when you’re done with dresses.
Or you can head off to NeverLand with an outfit for any mood.
In case you didn’t notice already, there’s a lot to choose from if you’re looking for Disney codes for Animal Crossing. If you manage to get through all these Disney outfits, though, we’ve still got plenty of other New Horizons design codes to keep you busy, including:
- Star Wars codes for Animal Crossing
- Anime codes for Animal Crossing
- Marvel & DC hero codes and QR codes
- Pokémon codes for Animal Crossing
- The Legend of Zelda QR codes for Animal Crossing
- Borderlands codes for Animal Crossing
And there’s plenty more on the way! Stick with Nintendo Enthusiast for more Animal Crossing: New Horizons designs and news!