It comes as no surprise that I am a big Disney fan. We are annual passholders and try to take advantage of our perks as often as humanly possible. That means lots and lots of opportunities to style Disney outfits. That means lots and lots of reasons to buy Disney outfits. That means lots and lots of reasons my wallet will hate me. Which, ultimately, means lots and lots of chances to get creative!
I get a lot of compliments, both in park and on socials, about my Disney style, so I figured I would share some of my secrets with you all to show how easy it can be (for your wallet too!).
I recently have caught the thrifting bug and have been finding it therapeutic to look through the racks and find magic others have discarded. I have started to pick up plain tees for a couple of bucks and find fun Disney inspired patches on Etsy or eBay for $4-$8. Not only do you save money, but you are also able to wear unique pieces to the park that you know no one else will be sporting. It’s a pretty sweet trick, IMO.
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I don’t know about you guys, but I feel like midi skirts really amplify a basic outfit. Paired with a basic Disney tee, and your look is pumped up 10 notches. Midi’s are my new favorite staple, so I have quite a few in my closet. Lately I’ve just been grabbing an old Disney graphic tee, and heading into my closet to see which skirt I could rock with it. The day I did this, I got mountains of compliments from cast members to guests alike.
I bet you wouldn’t think it, but I’m pretty certain you have all the components for a killer Disneybound in your closet RIGHT.NOW. If you don’t know what Disneybounding is, it is using typical clothes to put together outfits inspired by a character. It’s honestly one of my favorite things to do, especially in a large group. Case in point: I wanted to Disneybound as Ariel, so I went in my closet, found a seashell crop top and a green maxi skirt + was super ready for a day in the parks. I also have done Minnie Mouse, with a black crop top and red polka-dotted midi skirt also straight from my closet. It’s so easy and so fun!
How do you like to style your Disney outfits?
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