This week, Megan and I thought it would be fun to share all of our outfits from our trip to Disney World!
For those of you who aren’t familiar with the concept of “Disneybounding”, it’s dressing in an outfit inspired by a Disney character. Adults started this trend because anyone over the age of 14 isn’t allowed to wear a costume in the parks at Walt Disney World.
We didn’t get too into it, but we did try to dress like some of our favorite characters!
This post is a collaboration between Megan and I, as will the rest of our Disney posts!
This was our travel day so we both wanted to be comfortable on our flight. Once we got checked into the hotel, we hopped on a bus to Disney Springs for some shopping and exploring!
Megan: Since we were traveling this day, I was more concerned with being comfortable on the plane and around the airport than anything else. A comfy Breath of the Wild shirt and yoga pants, with some Minnie ears for Day 1.
Alexis: I had on black shorts, a red tank top, a black and white polka-dot shirt from the Disney Store, and classic, black-and-red Minnie Ears!
This was our first park day! In the morning, we went to Animal Kingdom for early-morning Extra Magic Hours, and that afternoon we went to Hollywood studios.
For Animal Kingdom, we both opted for fun animal prints! I love this cheetah-printed dress from J.C. Penney. It was super comfortable for walking around the park!
We ended up going back to the resort for a few hours in the afternoon to cool off; it was super hot and we needed to get out of the heat for a while. I changed before we left for Hollywood studios where we had a fast pass for Alien Swirling Saucers! We also did Toy Story Mania and Slinky Dog Dash, but I’ll be doing a post on our favorite rides soon!
For the afternoon, I Disneybounded as a casual Aurora from Sleeping Beauty! I had on denim shorts and a light pink, off-the-shoulder crop top. Megan stayed in the same outfit she had on from Animal Kingdom that morning.
For our second full park day, we went to Magic Kingdom in the morning because we had breakfast reservations at the Crystal Palace! Megan was Disneybounding as Tinkerbell (one of my personal favorite characters), and I went as Piglet from Winnie the Pooh! For those of you who don’t know, Crystal Palace is a character dining experience with Winnie the Pooh and friends!
Megan: My outfit was reminiscent of Tinkerbell with denim shorts, a green crop top, and a black lace jacket to help keep the sun off my shoulders. Having a second layer was great for when we stopped in air conditioned buildings as well. The heat in Florida was crazy compared to the Midwest’s “third winter!”
Alexis: For my Piglet outfit, I found light pink shorts in a sweat pant material, a darker pink tank top, and a headband from Claire’s that was reminded me of Piglet’s ears! As we were waiting to go to our reservation, a cast member walking by actually said “Hi Piglet” to me! That was definitely one of the highlights of my day!
For the afternoon and evening, we went to Epcot! We didn’t go back to our resort at all, so we stayed in the same outfits.
This was our last park day, so naturally, we had to stay in Magic Kingdom all day. We were lucky enough to be able to get breakfast reservations at Be Our Guest, and it was amazing. Like I mentioned earlier in this post, I’ll be doing a food review post soon!
Both Megan and I went Disneybounding for this day!
Megan: My outfit was Minnie Mouse inspired: an adorable red and white polka-dot tank top, a black skater skirt, the same black lace jacket from the day before, and a pair of classic Minnie ears. This was actually the most comfortable outfit of the trip, and the most Disney one, too!
Alexis: I went as a casual Cinderella! I found a light blue skater skirt at Ragstock that’s longer in the back so you don’t have to worry about it riding up in the back when you’re walking, which was great for the parks! To go with it, I found a white crop top from J.C. Penney, which was super comfortable! To finish the look, I grabbed my rose gold Minnie ears, and a pair of spandex for under my skirt (I believe I wore my Nike pros).
This was our last morning in Florida. As much as we hated to leave, we were both ready to go home. Since we were traveling that day, we kept our outfits comfortable, but cute. Megan opted for shorts and a college T-shirt and I wore shorts and a Dumbo tank top I found at Target!
Since we weren’t in the parks this day, we packed and checked out of our hotel and then grabbed lunch at the food court and did some last-minute souvenir shopping.
I’m thinking about doing a “Disney Haul” video soon! Let me know in the comments if you’d watch!
Check back next week for those Disney World food reviews!
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