Wednesday, April 15, 2015

WDW OOTD: World Showcase Style

Today I've got a brand new post series that combines two of my favorite things: fashionable ensembles and Disney World trips!  Get ready for some pixie-dusted style tips, because this isn't just just any outfit of the day, it's a WDW outfit of the day:

There can be something sort-of sophisticated and international about the right striped top.  It makes you think of gondoliers in Venice or a Parisian cyclist with a baguette tucked under her arm.  So when planning my Disney World wardrobe for a trip last year, I thought stripes would be a nice look for a World Showcase afternoon and some Via Napoli lunch...

As a general rule, I have to admit, I steer clear of horizontal stripes.  They're not very flattering; but every rule has its exceptions, and I really loved the fit of this bright blue and white boat-neck striped shirt from Gap.  The pop of the coral neckline was the perfect finishing touch, and I always have a weakness for three-quarter length sleeves.

I paired my shirt with a white skirt from Banana Republic, some black leggings (it was early March and a bit chilly!), and white shoes.  Sunglasses are always an important element in a Disney OOTD - I'm wearing a polka dotted pair from Target!


There are so many corners just crying out for a photo shoot in the Italy pavilion. :)  I love the bright mustard and brick walls with the flower pots, the fountain, and the colonnaded walkway beneath the Doge's palace.

The Breton-style top also looked perfect in Paris!  If you want to take some photos with the France pavilion but there are a lot of people around, head across the bridge and pause by the International Gateway turnstiles.

You can see France across the water and don't have to worry about the crowds!


There's your Disney Snob tip for today. :)

What's your favorite outfit to wear at World Showcase?  Be sure to share your Disney style in the comments!


  1. I prefer to wear my Skechers GOwalk 2 shoes at the parks. Ugly as sin... but oh-so comfy.

    1. Well the function is definitely important in addition to the fashion. :)