Looking for something cute to wear to Walt Disney World? Over the last few months, I’ve been putting together new outfits for the parks that are cute and comfortable. This clothing incorporates Disney into my park hopping styles. I’m not strictly talking Disneybounding; these are more of a hybrid, with actual Disney prints on dresses.
I like to think of it as “Disney Style,” with some outfits meant to evoke the look of certain characters, and other pieces being officially licensed Disney clothes made by third parties that actually have specific characters on them. I like these types of outfits because they are cute and comfortable.
If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know what I’m talking about, because I’ve been posting photos of myself at Disneyland and our recent visit to Walt Disney World in the parks with these Disney Style outfits. A lot of people have had questions about these clothes both on social media and in the parks, so I thought it would be a good time to post some of my favorites, along with some details, and where you can find it.
Note that these are some specific dresses and other clothes I’ve worn recently, if you’re looking for my style tips or where I shop, check out my What to Wear to Disney post. If you want to know how to give your own styles some Disney flair, read my Accessorizing for the Disney Parks post.
Here are some of the outfits I’ve worn to Walt Disney World and Disneyland recently…
“I Am Buzz Lightyear” Skater Dress – To infinity and beyond! I’ve bought a few relatively inexpensive dresses that mimic the look of a character recently, and this is my favorite. The cut in this is great, and it resembles Buzz Lightyear without being over the top. You’ll see they have other Toy Story characters available, too. I haven’t bought those…yet.
Star Wars “I Am R2D2” Dress – This is a comfortable one that fits looser than the following dresses. The fabric is also a little thicker, so it’s better for a fall day than a summer day with sweltering heat. The design here is cool even if you’re not into Star Wars, and this is a dress that gets a lot of compliments. My only complaint is that the dress is a bit short…but so is R2D2. 😉
Aurora Pink Skater Dress – This is the dress at the top of the post. It is really comfortable, breathable, and fits nicely without being too tight. For me, the length was just right. I was confused for a Power Ranger a couple of times, which might be cooler than a Sleeping Beauty dress!
Frozen Elsa Skater Dress – I know everyone has Frozen overload, but this is a nice, inexpensive dress. It’s great for a hot day, and fairly conservative. There’s also an Anna Dress, but I ended up returning that because the cut and way it was sewn were awkward on me, and quality was rubbish.
Ariel Vs Ursula Inside Out Dress – BlackMilk dresses are so comfortable and perfect to wear in the summer’s heat! These dresses are high quality and also scream Disney, which is why I originally fell in love with them! Unfortunately, these dresses are not currently available directly from BlackMilk. I’m not sure if they have another Disney line planned, but it will be here if they do.
Figment Styles – In the last six months or so, Disney has released a few really cool unisex Figment items that actually resemble Figment. For example, the front of this cute hoodie is Figment’s stomach, and the back has wings and horns. I really like it, but the $60 price was tough to justify. I did buy the hat, which was much more reasonable at $20. There’s also a yellow t-shirt that Tom liked. To my knowledge, this is all only available at Epcot, but I’m mentioning it and posting another photo because I saw from Tom’s Epcot Update post that many of readers were interested in it.
Summer Yukata Kimono – You won’t be able to get this exact one since we got ours from Tokyo Disneyland and this definitely isn’t an everyday style, but if you are looking for something lightweight to wear to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, a yukata is a great choice. I got a lot of compliments on mine, and a parasol is a cheap way to complete the look (I got mine for $10).
Regardless of your style preferences, always remember to pack, breathable clothing and shoes with great traction that are extremely comfortable.
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