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Have the Most Magical Disneyland Spring Break With These Three Outfit Ideas

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I don’t know about you, but in San Francisco, the sun is starting to shine warmer and brighter, and I’m getting really excited to plan my spring and summer trips! I already know where I’m going… Disneyland!!!! I firmly believe that Disneyland is for everyone. Even if you’re so-called “not a fan of Disney,” you can still appreciate the detail and thought that’s put into the park’s design and operations. I’m *definitely* a huge fan of Disneyland, and I’ve been at least 100 times (and I haven’t gotten sick of it!). As a Disneyland expert, I also have to dress the part, and I have lots of Disney apparel that - trust me - is really, really cute. Unfortunately, Disneyland merchandise is not cheap, and for me to have multiple Disney pieces, I decided to get creative and DIY my own bags, shirts, and mouse ears. Today, I’m showing you how to do it all. Read on!


Add Some Spring Vibes to Your Outfit With This Urban Outfitters-Inspired Dress Hack

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When I came across this Kimchi Blue dress on Urban Outfitters’s website, I felt totally inspired. This mini dress has the perfect color combination and that wear-anywhere appeal that speaks to my heart. I mean, who doesn’t love a pastel dress that can be worn at every event? I had this ASOS Maternity Ruffle Tea Dress in Vintage Floral ($41, sale for $16) in my closet waiting for a DIY for a couple of months. It was definitely not my size, but it was on sale and I really loved the colors and print, so I decided to buy it anyway. Then I grabbed my sewing machine and had so much fun turning a simple swing dress with a wrap top into this cute button-through dress.

Follow along, because all you need to create this unique outfit is basic sewing skills and some cute buttons ;)
Materials and Tools: old stretchy dressneedle and threadfabric scissorsbuttonsrulerpinssewing machine
Instructions:
1. Take a ruler and find the exact middle of your dress. Then draw a line height-wise from top to bottom…

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