Happy last day of 2013, everyone! So I’ve been sharing my Florida vacation outfits with you the past few days, and I saved this, my favorite one, to end the year with a bang! This was what I wore for Christmas day at EPCOT with Kristin’s family. It was quite a challenge to find a look that felt festive, was appropriate for the weather (high in the 70s but chillier when the sun went down), and comfortable enough for a long day. I don’t mean to brag, but is this not the perfect Christmas at EPCOT outfit? I do believe it is. I mean I saw a lot of other Christmas at EPCOT outfits last week because there about a jillion other people there, and mine was the best. I saw some people in princess gowns – I mean seriously, can we say “overdressed”?
So what did everyone else do for Christmas? Anything special or out of the ordinary? EPCOT was fun, but I’m definitely looking forward to a more chill holiday next year. If you’re interested, you can see more of my vacation photos on Instagram!
similar Shirt // another similar Shirt // Hat // similar Watch (on sale) // Bag (on sale) // similar Shoes (on sale) // similar Sunglasses (on sale) // Lips
I have lots of fun photos this week from vacation! Today I’m headed back to reality (a.k.a. Indianapolis). Let’s reminisce, shall we?
A mosaic at the Orlando airport; Double Rainbow! (which appeared in my honor, of course); Learning the local laws; A fountain dyed pink for breast cancer awareness
Lots of Spanish moss – so pretty!
Kristin’s grandpa setting up a game of pool; Golf carts parked along the street (that’s how the old folks roll in the Villages, FL); Shopping for bamboo jewelry; Kristin and her grandma playing pickle ball
Cinderella’s castle at the Magic Kingdom
Metal palm trees in Tomorrowland
Beginning of the polo match; Me stomping the divots (like in Pretty Woman!); Sipping my vodka cran, watching the game; A beautiful day for watching polo (or anything outside)
A teeny tiny adorable little frog I found! I love the Florida wildlife.
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Well, folks, it happened. At the ripe old age of 27, I finally lost my Disney World virginity. Yesterday Kristin’s grandparents took us to the Magic Kingdom and we were there for over 12 hours. I was definitely tired and a little grumpy by the end, but I guess it’s good I got as much out of the day as possible in case it’s another 27 years until I go again. Here are some of my favorite photos from the big day.