Four Days of Disney

When I thought about what I wanted to do for my first spring break as a college student a lot of ideas came to mind. I could go up north and explore New York City (which is where I want to live after graduating, God willing). Or I could find some friends and rent a house on the beach and pretend that we did it all the time. Or even just go home and enjoy sleeping in a bed that wasn’t twin sized and spend time with my furbabies.

But after living in Orlando for the past seven months, I realized I wanted to relive my childhood for a little while. So a week long stay at Disney won out. My mom and grandmother came up from our hometown and together we headed to the happiest place on Earth.

We stayed at one of the hotels we’d loved in the past called Port Orleans – French Quarter. It is the perfect hotel for anyone who’s looking for a homey feel with short walking distances. It’s styled after New Orleans’ neighborhoods and it really shows in the streets, sidewalks and adorable fences. They even have horse pulled carriage rides available to the guests and a ferry that takes you to Riverside, French Quarter’s sister hotel, and Disney Springs, formerly known as Downtown Disney.

I’ve recently defined my personal style, which doesn’t include graphic tees or athletic sneakers, so my take on Disney vacation fashion is a little more put together than your average Disney fan. I wouldn’t suggest wearing heels of any kind to the parks unless your a seasoned veteran of the act. (By which I mean you wear heels practically every single day of your life.)

Day 1:

It was exceptionally rainy and cold this day so tights and a jacket were a must. I ended up wearing the jacket every day of my vacation, but didn’t photograph it each time. I liked to keep it pretty simple and weather appropriate so I pared my black Forever 21 tights with ModCloth heeled boots, a Forever 21 white v-neck bodysuit, Forever 21 button front mini skirt, and a black knit cap from Claire’s.


Day 2:

Luckily the weather improved and it was no longer raining. It was still cold if not colder than the day before so I had to tough it out to take the photos while my mom and grandma stayed toasty in jackets. I paired a black maxi skirt from Joe B, with a cream crop top featuring black lace detailing from Forever 21 and a pair of lace up wedges from Shoe Dazzle. I also reused my white shoulder bag from Forever 21.


Day 3:

This day was just as cold as the previous two and I couldn’t help but wonder why my spring break was suddenly more Christmassy than my Christmas was, but I’m digressing. I decided to keep it simple and wore a white blouse from Express, some jeans I bought years ago (so I don’t remember where I got them from), and my favorite dark blue Ralph Lauren espadrilles.


Day 4:

Day four and still cold. My leather jacket got a serious workout this week, honestly. On this day I’d channeled the Beret Girl from An Extreme Goofy Movie. (If you’ve never seen it stop what you’re doing and do it now! As of this moment it’s on Netflix!) However I wore a dress instead of a top and pants. My dress is from Misguided and it is the perfect little black dress. My flower patterned tights and my beret are both from Forever 21 and my boots are the same ones I wore on Day 1.

 

Overall, my trip to Disney was a wonderful one and by the final day I didn’t want to leave. However, there is good news. I might be getting an Annual Pass for Disney so that I can return anytime I want to with free parking included. So who knows? Maybe these trips to Disney won’t end here!

 

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