Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Theme Park Attire

Disney Girl

Vintage t shirt
etsy.com


Short shorts
$240 - superette.co.nz



Wet Seal backpack
wetseal.com


Wet Seal bangle set
wetseal.com


Vanessa Mooney stretch choker
urbanoutfitters.com




After spending a quite weekend at home (lets face it all of them are) checking Instagram every 5 minutes, I noticed that the world seemed to be at Disneyland. Amongst the humans there, were a few of  my favorite bloggers dressed like they were going to a delightful brunch at a trendy hipster restaurant or off to frolic somewhere wonderful...but not like they were going to a theme park. I just can't really grasp wearing a short little skirt and going on rides. I started playing around on Polyvore last night and found myself creating an outfit that I would wear to Disneyland. Shorts or Boyfriend jeans are a great option to wear to theme parks because they are super comfortable and allow for movement. The vintage Mickey crop top was a fun and unexpected find. The top is a good way to show your Disney spirit, I would even throw on a pair of Mickey ears! It's important to remember that you are going to be standing around in lines for hours and walking many miles throughout your stay, so you want to make sure your shoes are comfortable. If you don't like the shoes above, maybe a pair of converse or Birkenstocks would be a better fit. A backpack is a good alternative to a purse, because you don't need to worry about carrying anything on your arm and getting tired and you are able to carry more. Of course if you want to dress full out in a Disney princess costume I'm not going to stop you(maybe i'll join).

What are some of your go to outfits for adventures at a theme park?!

-Xoxo Becca

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