I could make this a really short blog update and say that you should wear what feels comfortable.
But that wouldn't be any fun!
I love to be comfy. One of my supervising professors in college didn't even recognize me during an observation because I usually looked like such a slob in class. I have a drawer full of sweatpants and, no worries, I put those bad boys to good use. And while it may be comfortable to peruse the wonders of Walt Disney World in track pants, it's a public place people. Jeans can be just as comfortable as those Juicy Couture sweats, believe me.
Depending on the time of year you're visiting the World, a variety of wardrobe choices may be appropriate. Obviously in the summer, shorts, light colored capri pants, and strappy tops are a must. I also like wearing sundresses if the weather is toasty. Josh couldn't understand this until I explained that dresses can be quite breezy. On our honeymoon, I wore a sundress almost every day. Here are some cute examples of appropriate spring/summer looks for Disney World:
Cute sundress=light and breezy
This is PERFECT for a day at EPCOT. The denim jacket would be great for those chilly theaters and a late night smooch while watching IllumiNations.
What's that you say? You're traveling during the fall/winter? Well I have some cutie patootie ideas for that too! Fall/Winter in Orlando is usually mid-seventies throughout the day, but things can get a little chilly once the sun goes down (especially if you're watching Fantasmic...the spray from the water makes you feel cold!). Here are some of my ideas:
Neutral colors, soft materials, comfy walking boots.
Tie the sweater over your shoulders during the day, slip on at night.A note on footwear:
DO NOT wear flip flops. You'll hate yourself. Instead, pack some cute walking sneakers, Mary Jane Crocs, Chacos, or comfy walking boots. Here are some of my favorites:
Okay, so maybe Chacos aren't that fashion forward. I still love them.
In this blog post, I said that you should probably get one of these to hold your Key to the World cards, Photo Pass cards, ID's, and debit cards. You could also be a little more festive and get one of these:
Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your taste), these Dooney & Bourke wristlets can be a little pricey. Right now these cuties are on sale here for $44.95.
While we're on the subject of Disney products, let me show you a few of my favorites. And just a disclaimer, I'm not really big on wearing Disney stuff. I have a few shirts and a Mickey Mouse Club sweatshirt, but I'm not the type to rock my Disney wear AT Disney World.
Pair this with a blue gingham shirt, jeans, and flats. Sweet!
Okay, so I actually own this shirt. Paired with an over-sized cardigan, skinny jeans, and black flats and it's a legit outfit.