Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Disney Wordless Wednesday: Parades

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday hosted b Debs at Focused on the Magic. The theme for this week is Disney Parades, go check out all of the other amazing entries!


Monday, May 11, 2015

Magical Blogorail: Dressing for Disney

Welcome to the next stop on the Magical Blogorail Green. Today we are sharing ideas on what to wear at the Disney Parks.

As Disney lovers my family has gone to Walt Disney World and on Disney cruises several times. By now we have become pros on what each of us prefers to wear in the parks. The first thing you need to do as your trip is coming up is check the weather forecast. It seems that the weather in Florida can change drastically from day to day. On our most recent December trip it went from mostly 80's each day to one day where we had to wear jackets it got so cold and rainy.

Unless we are coming in the summer we always pack jeans, jackets, and sweatshirts. These are easy to take off if you get warm and easy to carry around just in case it gets cold. You can even keep them in a storage locker at the front of the park. Anytime of year will bring shorts and short sleeve shirts as it can be hot anytime of year you go to Florida. We also bring sandals and a pair of tennis shoes to wear for each of the kids and I bring Toms because they are some of the most comfortable shoes for me. We always make sure to bring extra sunglasses for our girls, tons of sunscreen and hats. Especially for our three girls with albinsim!

The biggest tip I can recommend on what to wear to Disney is just make sure it is something that you are comfortable in and won't mind spending hours upon hours in. My kids love to wear Princess gowns while at Disney but we always have to bring a back up outfit for them because after a few hours those dresses become hot and very itchy. They then can chose to keep them off or put them back on the rest of the day. Thankfully, we are still in the stroller stage so we can stuff the extra stuff in the stroller but once we are past that stage I can see us renting lockers for jackets, sweatshirts, and mousellaneous things.

Now dressing for a Disney Cruise Line vacation is even easier for us. We are mostly in shirts and t-shirts. We of course bring bathing suits, flip flops, sandals, and then for dinner a cute little dress for the girls and I and then nice dockers and shirt for my hubby. We bring costumes for pirate night and we do spend quite a bit more time in Disney inspired homemade dresses on the ocean blue for some reason. We feel a Disney Cruise Line vacation is a bit more relaxing so we just where whatever trend we are currently in love with at the moment!

I think the best way to go about packing for what to wear to a Disney destination is what fits your style, what are you most comfortable in, and will you be warm or cool enough! What I shared above is what works for our family and I would love to hear what you have that works for your family! Please comment below with any ideas you may have. I would love to keep learning more and perfecting trips!

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