Stylemint tee; J Crew shorts (similar); Zara necklace; gifted bag; F21 sandals (similar or another cute option here.)
A good friend asked me to include this post as she works for Disney and visits there often with her daughter and was wondering, how can a person look cute and be comfortable while visiting the parks?
Now I have been to Disney World many times as we live a little over two hours away and it is way too much fun to bring the kids (or not, as my husband and I have done as well.) I have been there in the blazing heat, a raging week long monsoon (and seven months pregnant, while wearing a poncho…) and the coldness of December in Florida (probably 40 degrees, don’t laugh my Northern friends.)
Most of the time I have worn sandals and suffered sore feet with an extra dose of tylenol at bedtime. I am not a sneaker girl and rarely wear them unless working out. I have bought some orthotic style inserts at Walgreens and fitted them into a pair of flats for more comfort. Above I showed a simple tee and jeans shorts, paired with a collar necklace for interest and a fun, inexpensive bag to stuff kids snacks in. The crossbody style works for the hands free experience of gripping the handles of a rollercoaster and screaming my head off.
I have worn sneakers in the park and was amazed by how comfortable they were. Imagine that. If I were to wear sneakers, I would buy a colorful pair (or these!) and wear with simple jeans and a baseball tee for a simple look. Throw on cat eye shades and some bright pink lipstick and you would be good to go. I tend to take a theme and run with it. I would embrace a “tomboy” look while wearing sneakers and toss in some girlyness to remain more like myself. It is always good to stuff a lightweight jacket in your bag for unexpected weather events. Orlando can either be way hotter or way colder than you expect, so wearing/packing layers is important.