Happy Wednesday, everyone! Congratulations! You have made it halfway through the week! Keep going, you can do it! In case you missed it last Sunday, I started the new and exciting Voyager series, a series of posts that will be following me on various vacations. Later this week, I will be posting the first of another new series of style posts! Subscribe and follow me on Instagram to stay updated on new postings! This week, I am sharing with you the second half, and rest, of my trip to Disney World. I hope you all enjoy a peek into my adventures!
Annnnd there it is… the fanny pack. Fashion faux pas. This fanny pack was my mother’s from when we travelled to Disney World in 2006, showcasing the famous Walt Disney World logo on the pocket front. Below, I have it matched with a Mickey Mouse T-shirt that has been given the vintage flare and washed out look.
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I have several rides that make my top list, such as Space Mountain, Expedition Everest, and Rockin’ Roller Coaster, but the one ride/attraction that claims the number 1 spot is Toy Story Mania. While not being a full out roller coaster, it is still very fun with it’s competitive nature and entertainment. Zachary and I rode it 3 times [I always won! (; ] and we still couldn’t get enough!! As you can see below, all week I was battling the bright sun light to capture some photos (Lol!) , and of course I always accidentally left my sunglasses back in the hotel room!
Check out part of my cool collection of Disney pins! The majority of these I collected when I was younger, but this year I bought a 5-pack of pins and traded them with Disney cast members to collect the ones I really wanted, and I even got a hidden Mickey Macaron!!
Having being back home and in school for a week now, I’m still in the Disney mood, reminiscing on the time there. Everything here in Alabama is just so boring compared to the parks. Given The University of Alabama is the most beautiful campus in the country, it just lacks the animation and giddy feeling that you get when searching for hidden mickeys or singing along to the Disney tunes.
These adorable matching Mickey Mouse T-shirts were found at Old Navy for under $20! We just couldn’t resist!
Ahh… Cinderella’s Castle. What a beaut.
Minnie Mouse Sequin ears: Disney headband || Mickey Mouse T-shirt: Old Navy || Mickey Mouse Vintage T-shirt: Target || High-waisted denim skinny jeans: Old Navy || Tennis shoes: Ryka at DSW || Disney Fanny Pack: Similar
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That’s all for today, folks!
“When you wish upon a star, your dreams come true”
Stay blessed and fabulous