What People Wear To Disney Parks Around The World


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No matter how old you are, a trip to any Disney park is a magical experience. But it can also be a bit of a fashion conundrum. While it’s completely normal to want to fan-girl out in sparkly ears and your best polka-dot dress, you’ll also need to be comfortable enough to ride down the Jungle Cruise and stand around for an extended amount of time, Fastpass or not. Sure, life as a kid meant easily donning a princess dress or two (with cinnamon-sugar churro powder stuck to them), but Disney’s adult costume ban puts a damper on attempting that now.

This doesn’t mean the requisite theme park getup (think sneakers and denim cutoffs) is your only option here. Repping your personal style at the Magic Kingdom is possible. (As the man behind it all would say: “If you can dream it, you can do it.”) We looked to Instagram for snaps of Mouseketeers around the world who’ve mastered enthusiastic theme-park dressing that’s cool, clever, and much more than just Mickey ears — although, there are quite a few of those. Keep reading. Why? Because we like you.

A lesson in how to make a park friendly fanny pack look super chic.

Tiffany from @blogcalledjacq proves you don’t have to sacrifice French-girl style while running around Disneyland Paris.

Ever since Shanghai Disneyland opened its doors, bloggers, celebs, and tourists alike have been showing us how to step up our Disney-dressing game.

If you want to truly feel inspired, follow @consciencecoupable who frequents the Disney parks often serving up cute style every time.

A pair of wide-legged denim after our own hearts.

Life is a highway and @imadilife knows exactly how to make hers comfortably cute.

This duo are pros at coordinating their Disney looks.

@Ireneccloset proves effectively wearing a skirt to the parks is possible.

Rachel Nguyen is a style inspiration both in and out of the parks.

Not one, not two, but three park-ready looks.

Paper-bag trousers? Pom-pom sneakers? An off-the-shoulder denim dress? This girl gang is nailing every trend.

Seasoned park goers know that layering is key. Aimee Song pairs a long cardigan over a relaxed tee and jeans ensemble; perfect for those nighttime fireworks.

Missy Ullmer of @sapphirediaries shows us how her and her son do sneaker style at Disneyland.

We’re going wild for these cheetah print kick flares.

This Disney x Lazy Oaf Mickey dress is just one notch below Disneybounding.

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Source:: Refinery29

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