Continuing my informative set of posts on Disney things, I have to talk about Disneybounding. If you’re not familiar with it, it is a great way to express your Disney side by creating an outfit inspired by your character of choice. The ensembles are largely reliant on colors and a few tactful accessories. Since adults aren’t allowed to wear full costumes into the park, Disneybounding is a nice alternative. The boy and I have done it several times. We always intend to plan outfits ahead of time but inevitably end up throwing it together at the last minute.
Our most recent Disneybound was during last week’s trip. We came up with it very late the night before and it is by far our most understated look. I was Pocahontas with my comfy neutrals and bold turquoise necklace. The boy is John Smith, very easy, just lots of blue!
Last summer we were Winnie the Pooh and Piglet. Given the warm weather it was all about being cool and comfortable. In my closet I already had head to toe pink and the boy paired a red shirt with bright yellow shorts to channel his inner Pooh bear.
On Halloween we were still living in post-moving chaos but wanted to look festive while handing out candy. I sifted through our mess of a closet and pieced together these Wreck-It Ralph and Fix-It Felix costumes. Luckily the boy owns a lot of colors and I live in denim so these costumes were readily available in our wardrobes. In the future I hope to visit the park during Dapper Day to Disneybound with vintage style.