Another Disney outfit! Only…3 months after we went, whoops! Check out my other Disney posts from this trip here:
- What I wore in Magic Kingdom
- Magic Kingdom: Photo Diary & Video
- What I wore in Disney’s Hollywood Studios
- Hollywood Studios & Disney Springs: Photo Diary
And make sure to head over to Disney Days for my Epcot: Photo Diary going live today too!
This outfit actually turned out to be my favourite Disney one, even though I’d slightly put off wearing it. I bought the bodysuit over a year ago from Primark and had not really worn it at all. The problem with bodysuits is that they can occasionally be slightly uncomfortable, especially if they ride up! And that’s really not what you want for a long, hot day in Disney.
I also had another couple of worries with it: first, it has this awesome cross back and high neck shape. While that looks really cool, it doesn’t always work so well when you’re a GG cup! And second: it was a close, tight fit. Everyone always says to wear loose fitting, flowing clothes in the heat. And this was a hot day.
Fortunately, the world was on my side and I loved wearing this! The bodysuit didn’t ride up at all and was really comfortable to wear – like a swimsuit. The fabric, while close fitting, actually kept me quite cool – I think I felt cooler this day than some others when this was one of the hottest. And I managed to wear a bra with it in the end, so that took away the worry of the straps and neckline. Okay, the straps are on show a bit, but it’s not the end of the world.
I also wore my trusty denim shorts and Crocs combo. These shorts have most definitely become a holiday staple for me. I love a high waist anytime, but they’re even better in denim shorts – just because. Plus they have a slightly vintage and distressed look which makes me feel a lot cooler than I really am. The relaxed fit of them also makes them really comfortable. I did actually size up in these ones which I was worried about at first because the waist is too big, but actually, I’m really glad I did!
Oh and of course, the outfit is finished off with a pair of classic Minnie ears from WDW last year – perfect for traditional and nostalgic Epcot.