Outfits for Disney

 

 

 

 

 

Outfits for Disney

I always gather outfits for Disney, because why not. I think Disney outfits are a fun way to add to the fun. And where else can you make your children dress like you!

  • Did you know that if your daughter is dressed up like a certain princess that when they meet them that princess is required to give them special attention. Heck Disney staff even comment if your daughter has Disney nails.
  • It actually is slightly easier to find your kids when they are dressed alike.
  • Borrow clothes from others to save money.
  • Visit a local Goodwill to find cheap Disney items.

Here are some of the outfits I put together for my kids for our most recent trip to Disney World. The matching shirts we are wearing at the top of this post were shirts we borrowed from another family that had been to Disneyland recently. My mom ask me if we had become one of those “nerd families” when she saw a picture of us wearing matching shirts! I explained to her that everyone seems to do this at Disney.

I borrowed this shirt from a friend and it happened to go great with a necklace my daughter got for Christmas a while back.

outfits for DisneyI borrowed this shirt too and again it went perfect with a hair bow we already had.

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Here is a visual to get your started on creating your own outfits for Disney!


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Get Travel Insurance

Unfortunately, there are a lot of things that can go wrong on any trip. Be prepared for the worst with travel insurance. We use Travelex or Safety Wing (often cheaper).

Book Flights

I use Skyscanner to find flights. I use it so much, I wrote an entire guide to finding cheap flights with Skyscanner!

Book a Place to Stay

I recommend using Expedia.com or Hotels.com for most hotel bookings. I prefer to book directly with Marriott when I stay there because of their excellent military discount.

If you prefer staying in a vacation rental instead, I recommend VRBO.

Rent Clothes

Rent clothes for your trip with Travel Style Expert for only $50 a month! The first 30 days are free!

Choose Activities and Tours

To find great activities in any area I use Get Your Guide and Viator. If we are visiting a city with lots of popular attractions I always check CityPass and GoCard to see if they have discount cards available. Groupon also tends to have a lot of local travel deals.

When I want to book a full-on multi-day tour I use TourRadar. They’ve got fantastic weekly deals. If I am going somewhere in Mexico or the Caribbean I use Apple Vacations.

Rent a Car or Take a Lyft

More often than not Lyft is cheaper than Uber. Use my Lyft link for an $18 credit! For a car rental in any country, I recommend Hertz or Discover Cars.

Save Money on Gas

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