If you’re a huge Disney fan like me, Mouse ears are a fashion staple. Spring Break provides the perfect opportunity to visit the theme parks and put those iconic ears to good (and stylish) use in the most magical place on earth- Walt Disney World!
Disney’s Hollywood Studios:
When you spend the day walking miles around the parks, comfort becomes extremely important. When I visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios over Spring Break, it was a bit cooler than usual, so I opted for my black high-waisted jeans and a “Mood Designer Fabrics” t-shirt. Tees are a MUST in my wardrobe and consistently serve as the basis for my theme park looks, but on these cool days, I like to play it safe and bring a sweatshirt, too. Smaller tote bags, like my matching Mood tote, are the perfect bags for the parks when you need something big enough to carry a sweatshirt, camera, and some pins, while still fitting at your feet on the Rock’n’Roller Coaster. Top it off with your go-to Mouse ears and you have a comfortable and stylish look for your full day at the parks.
March weather in Orlando can change from brisk 50s to humid 80s in a matter of 24 hours, so I always pack a combination of warm and cool weather clothes in my suitcase. I experienced one of these warmer days when I visited Epcot and naturally reached for my white Forever 21 boho shorts instead of my black jeans. Paired with my favorite Clueless tee, layered Free People necklace, pink Adidas shoes, and H&M sunnies, my Epcot look was comfortable enough to keep me eating around the world and colorful enough, with the addition of my trusty rose gold ears, to celebrate the vibrant occasion of the annual Flower & Garden Festival.
While Walt Disney World is always my first-choice vacation destination, Universal Studios in Orlando satisfies my thrill-seeking, superhero-fanatic cravings. Minus the mouse ears, dressing for Universal is just like dressing for Disney, taking comfort, color, and everyday style into consideration. Personally, I have developed an impressive collection of Spider-Man attire, and I look forward to visiting Universal so I can wear those clothes where they’re most appropriate- the park where Spider-Man himself is found! For my day in Universal Studios, I wore my favorite Spider-Man tee, a minimal gold choker, classic black Adidas, and a black Free People denim skirt- perfect for spending the day on roller coasters and meeting characters.
I always have the best time putting together outfits for my theme park excursions! I love visiting the parks, and wearing something comfortable while expressing my “minimal yet graphic” style through color and characters never ceases to make my trip even more special.
Written by Riley Phillips
Edited by Julia Sawchak
Photos by Riley Phillips