Packing for a 10-day trip isn’t really easy. So I brought a ton of layers. January isn’t a popular tourist month for the parks which is AWESOME because it meant no crowds. But, it’s still a little chilly – in the 60s and sometimes 70-80 so you never know what you’ll wear. So, lots of layers to change if necessary was all I did.
My favorite thing to wear that was the softest thing ever, was this Crest Mock Jacket by US Polo Assn (c/o). that I could wear alone or under the vest. It kept me so warm and comfortable. I am pretty sure I’d like to nap in it too, it’s like wearing a warm blanket.
Here I am wearing it under my vest which got an equal amount of wear:
By the way, that Mickey shirt was a family shirt and we were all wearing it only every one else wore it under their clothes because we picked the wrong day to wear it. Oh well. We found ours at Target in the men’s section and bought the entire family one. Only $12 each!
Here’s my younger brother at Epcot who is doing what he calls a “Diana Pose”. Pretty close.
Check out the baby stroller behind me. Plenty of those around the park of course!
And here’s what my mom wore and I told her if she kept wearing that St. John’s outfit she’d be mistaken as a Disney employee. And to prove my point, check out their outfits. She was approached twice being asked for help which cracked me up. Oh all in good fun, whatever! Love that my mom doesn’t care.
Speaking of not caring, I totally added to my sweatpants collection. I fit in size XL in girls. So, I got these Princess Letter Sweatpants. I will only wear them to bed, don’t you worry.
And if you ever forget to be fashionable, Disney has some discrete Mickey apparel in scarves and shoes that I found pretty creative.
And don’t forget your poncho. Because when it rains sideways and all over, and mists too, a rain jacket isn’t going to cut it. Don’t worry, about 90% of the park will be wearing one so you won’t feel out of place.
Diana Elizabeth sent Mr. Wonderful home with her dirty laundry so she had more suitcase room to buy stuff. He went home a few days earlier, he stayed 7 days instead of 10.