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If you’re like me, outfit planning is one of the best parts of preparing for a Disney trip. I love to have a cute (and comfy!) look to match whichever park I’m going to, but I also like variety in my outfits and want to be able to re-wear pieces when I’m not at Disney. Disney Bounding is a great way to do this, taking everyday pieces in your wardrobe to create outfits inspired by your favorite characters. My strategy is to go beyond Disney Bounding and pick pieces that capture the theme or season I’m in. Here are some ideas to help get you started.
Everyone loves an Epcot festival, and there seems to be one almost year-round! The Flower and Garden Festival is easily the most popular, and one of the best for outfit theming. Pick your favorite floral sundress and pair with some flower-crown ears and you’re all set! Not only will you feel festive, but I promise, nothing helps beat the Florida heat like a breezy skirt – just be sure to wear some shorts underneath! The Food and Wine Festival in the fall is the perfect opportunity to bust out that cute food-print novelty piece – you can find clothing featuring pineapples, bacon, donuts, cheese, and other fun foods everywhere! Take it one step further and DIY a wine cork brooch or hair clip for fun accessory.
I love the feeling I get in the parks of being transported to a different land. While this is true in all the parks, I feel like Animal Kingdom is the most immersive with its incredible attention to detail. It’s the perfect place to wear animal print, obviously, but also super bold geometric shapes and patterns. Whenever I wear this Ankara print skirt I just want jump right into a Harambe street party! The walking trails and safari are the perfect place for tropical prints and will make you feel like a serious explorer.
This year we were at Epcot on St. Patrick’s Day, and I saw so many t-shirts with Irish-themed Disney characters – cute, but you literally can wear it once a year, and only if you happen to be at Disney! Why not dress head-to-toe in green instead, with an orange ribbon, belt, or pin? Halloween is the perfect season for orange and black outfits, or throw in some dark purple to channel the spooky Haunted Mansion aesthetic. Rather than spend money on a shirt with Mickey in a Christmas outfit, pair red and green pieces with classic red Minnie Mouse ears. If you’re celebrating New Year’s in the parks, go all out with metallic sequins and sparkles. Holidays are such a fun time to dress festively at Disney!
Wrapping It Up
I hope these ideas have inspired you to get creative with your Disney style! I love the challenge of coming up with new ideas from items already in my closet. The possibilities are truly endless!