Wondering What to Wear to Disneyland?
Step #1. Get in the spirit and buy yourself these must-have Minnie ears! I purchased my baseball cap Minnie ears ahead of time for about $12. Most of the ears sold at Disneyland are $24.99. I’m so happy I purchased my ears ahead of time because it took the pressure off of finding a perfect pair at Disneyland and wasting precious exploration time. Also keep in mind, Disneyland offers beautiful ears but they do not have decent selection of baseball cap ears.
Step #2. Dress appropriately for the month. My family and I visited Disneyland during the month of June and let me tell you, it was really warm out there. To better help you decided what to wear to Disneyland, take a look at the average Disneyland temperatures below.
I recommend avoiding long pants or long sleeve anything. If you must wear long pants or long sleeve tops, wear something airy; cotton is your best friend. As you can see below, I’m wearing a summer romper. I’m obsessed with rompers right now. Oh and yes, I seriously wore Havaianas flip flop sandals for 13 hours straight! These flip flops were so comfortable, all day long, and even more comfortable than my Sanuk yoga flip flops (which I recommend for shorter day trips). See both flip flops in the pictures below.
Don’t forget shades!
Average temperature by month in Disneyland:
January Average Temperature Range: 45 to 69°F
February Average Temperature Range: 47 to 69°F
March Average Temperature Range: 48 to 73°F
April Average Temperature Range: 51 to 73°F
May Average Temperature Range: 56 to 75°F
June Average Temperature Range: 60 to 79°F
July Average Temperature Range: 62 to 84°F
August Average Temperature Range: 63 to 86°F
September Average Temperature Range: 62 to 85°F
October Average Temperature Range: 56 to 80°F
November Average Temperature Range: 51 to 74°F
December Average Temperature Range: 46 to 70°F
Outfit Ideas for Disneyland During Summer
How About Matching Shirts?
Step #3. Don’t stress out, and don’t over pack. I made the mistake of bringing too much ‘just in case’ items to the park. I brought extra clothes but I would advise you to just count on wearing what you are going to wear to Disneyland. I didn’t even change into the tennis shoes or the jacket I brought. I did however use a light sweater as the night approached. The nights definitely feel cooler so I suggest just bringing a light sweater to the park, especially if you are staying late for the fireworks show. Make sure you stay for the fireworks shows, it is beyond spectacular. If you have a young baby, you may want to sit far away from show because the lights and fireworks definetly woke up my 6 motnh month old an freaked out my sleepy baby.
I would love to hear about your Disneyland style tips, leave a comment below!