PSA: the winners of the Keratherapy giveaway were announced – did you see them yet?
Looking stylish at a theme park is a special kind of challenge. You wouldn’t be alone if you wore a pair of shorts, a tee shirt, and some tennis shoes; that’s a pretty normal uniform for theme park attendees. And…there is absolutely nothing wrong with it! I’m pretty sure it’s quite comfortable, especially if you’re on your feet and on the go all day!
I just can’t do it. First: the athletic shoes I own are pretty much strictly for indoor purposes. Second: I don’t own shorts other than the ones I wear to the gym. Weird, I know. So, I’m left with dresses and skirts.
When we visited Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios on Saturday, I decided to don this comfortable piece:
I have owned this halter dress for years now, and I love it. I typically wear it as a “throw on” dress to run errands around town, but I thought it would work perfectly for a day at theme parks. The material does not wrinkle/can get wet without big spots/dries quickly (hey: water is involved in some rides), the halter neck and open back keep you cool, and the fact that it is a dress makes the garment nice and breezy on a warm day!
Printed halter dress: purchased at Marshalls
Yellow handbag: Steve Madden, purchased at T.J. Maxx, $39.99, similar found here
Sandals: Steve Madden, purchased at Marshalls $19.99, similar found here
Sunglasses: Ray-Ban New Wayfarer
In the end, I was comfortable AND put together. Win-win!
What kind of attire would you wear to a theme park?