What People Wear To Disney Parks Around The World

No matter how old you are, a trip to any Disney park is a magical experience. But it can also be a bit of a fashion conundrum. While it's completely normal to want to fan-girl out in sparkly ears and your best polka-dot dress, you'll also need to be comfortable enough to ride down the Jungle Cruise and stand around for an extended amount of time, Fastpass or not. Sure, life as a kid meant easily donning a princess dress or two (with cinnamon-sugar churro powder stuck to them), but Disney's adult costume ban puts a damper on attempting that now.

This doesn't mean the requisite theme park getup (think sneakers and denim cutoffs) is your only option here. Repping your personal style at the Magic Kingdom is possible. (As the man behind it all would say: “If you can dream it, you can do it.") We looked to Instagram for snaps of Mouseketeers around the world who've mastered enthusiastic theme-park dressing that's cool, clever, and much more than just Mickey ears — although, there are quite a few of those. Keep reading. Why? Because we like you.

Photo via @blankitinerary.
A chocolate-dipped Mickey ice cream is just the accessory we've been looking for. An honorable mention goes out @blankitinerary's chic neckerchief.
Photo via @agirlnamednydia.
Disney parks may have a no-costume rule, but that doesn't mean you can't channel your favorite characters with the cute clothes from your closet.
Photo via @zingmatter.
Lianne of @zingmatter shows us ears aren't the only way to go. Her bandana and denim shirt are awesome, subtle complements to her Jessie cowgirl hat. We might just have to copy this look during our next trip...
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We're not sure which we love more — the sheer size of of Shanghai Disneyland's huge castle or @amiroseeee's striped trousers.
Photo via @blogcalledjacq.
Tiffany from @blogcalledjacq proves you don't have to sacrifice French-girl style while running around Disneyland Paris.
Photo via @xueruiya.
Ever since Shanghai Disneyland opened its doors, bloggers, celebs, and tourists alike have been showing us how to step up our Disney-dressing game.
For those feeling truly inspired, you can steal @consciencecoupable's LC Lauren Conrad look, on sale for under $70!
Photo via @imadilife.
Life is a highway and @imadilife knows exactly how to make hers comfortably cute.
Photo via @kelseybang.
The only thing cuter than a life-size Baymax is @kelseybang's culotte overalls.
Photo via @ireneccloset.
The modern-day Disney princess shows off in an off-the-shoulder ruffle top and denim miniskirt ensemble.
Photo via @lottefeyen.
I think we can all agree that Disneyland Paris is the best park to try and step up our theme-park outfits.
Photo via @thatschic.
Rachel of @thatschic lives up to her Insta handle while still pulling off Disney-park cute.
Photo via @stylescrapbook.
When you wish upon a star...you hope for a star-studded romper just as cool as the one Andy (of @stylescrapbook) is wearing.
Photo via @lindarella.de.
Not one, not two, but three park-ready looks.
Photo via @michelleqmakeup.
Paper-bag trousers? Pom-pom sneakers? An off-the-shoulder denim dress? This girl gang is nailing every trend.
Photo via @songofstyle.
Seasoned park goers know that layering is key. Aimee Song pairs a long cardigan over a relaxed tee and jeans ensemble; perfect for those nighttime fireworks.
Photo via @pinkfoxy.
Two Minnies are better than one.
Photo via @sapphirediaries.
Missy Ullmer of @sapphirediaries shows us how her and her son do sneaker style at Disneyland.
Photo via @keikolynn.
This Disney x Lazy Oaf Mickey dress is just one notch below Disneybounding.
Photo via @lydia_connell.
The three mousketeers have arrived.
Photo via @zoebelleelyse.
Model Zoe Elyse in Disney's Lazy Oaf collab is a Disney dressed dream.
Photo via @dressedindisney.
Meet the Epcot Bubblegum wall - Disney lovers' prime Instagram background for all of their Disney OOTDs.
Photo via @shelbyrevis.
Proof you can make Vans work just about anywhere.
Photo via @jaidazabala.
Themed t-shirt + denim cut-offs + sneakers = theme park chic.
Photo via @munalamis.
Rockin' the dots? Check. Red dress? Check. Mouse ears? Check and check. Muna Lamis Ibrahim has reached peak Minnie style.
Photo via @tuulimaasikas.
We're not sure which item we want more: the Minnie bucket hat or the effortlessly chic trench.
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