Updated: Feb 23, 2020
As many of you know, I was on vacay last week in Disney World. It was my first time back in 14 years! I had SO much fun and wanted to share a few styling tips while I was there.
First off, it all depends on the weather. Seriously. If it had rained or was 100 degrees everyday, I probably wouldn’t have put much thought into my daily outfits. But the weather was PERFECT. Sunny with slight overcast, breezy, and 75. The last day warmed up to about 80 degrees but the breeze totally saved us. Secondly, this was an adult girls trip. We didn’t have any littles with us so we were able to relax and have more grown up fun. I thought I would take advantage of this opportunity to get creative with styling.
Lastly, it’s Disney! The happiest place on earth! You can wear what you want, be who you want, and dream however you want!
Day 1: Magic Kingdom
It’s important to know what parks you will be going to on which days. I knew MK would be one of the biggest days with lots of walking and getting on and off rides. I chose to wear a Mickey tee & biker shorts. I ended up bringing my denim jacket at the last second since it was very cool that morning.
Day 2: Epcot
This day I dressed up a little more because Epcot is more of an adult park. We walked a lot but also ate, drank, and shopped too. The breeze was awesome and wearing a lightweight midi skirt ended up being a great choice. I saw a Disney blogger post a similar look and thought it was a great idea!
Day 3: Hollywood Studios & Animal Kingdom
This day I wore my all time favorite jumpsuit. I bought this one from Aerie and it’s probably one of my favorite purchases of all time. We woke up super early to get boarding passed for the new Star Wars ride and this was super easy to throw on and go! It was very overcast that day and only warmed up a little later but by then we had ventured to Animal Kingdom which is a very shaded park.
1. Packing 1 pair of shoes totally saved my life. I found some Adidas for $35 at Tjmaxx right before we left. I was able to plan all my outfits around them and it made it so much easier to throw cute looks together.
2. I brought a backpack as my personal carry on and then a fanny pack in my suitcase. I ended up only using the fanny pack once but I was glad I brought it. It was nice to have options just incase.
3. Outfit Plan! Even if you aren’t concerned about being stylish in Disney, it will save you so much time you could be enjoying the parks. This way you have everything set for each day and you can maybe get a few extra Z’s in each morning!
I hope this was helpful or at least fun to read along!
Have a great rest of your week!
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