Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On Jun 15, 2010
    Dewayne from MD Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Although we plan to have our girls dress in their favorite princess costumes while at the park, how realitic is it to have them wear the princess shoes and be comfortable through the park? Should we plan for them to wear another type of shoes instead?

    Hi, DeWayne! Good thinking on your part! Although princesses are known for being glamorous and graceful, they can also get grumpy and pouty if they're uncomfortable! You will not only need to bring a comfortable change of shoes for your little princesses but also a change of clothes as well -- especially if you're planning to visit during a warm-weather season.

    Definitely plan to have their princess attire (shoes, accessories and crowns) available during a visit to the Magic Kingdom (and Epcot, too)...however, I would encourage you to decide ahead of time when to plan their wardrobe. Perhaps you can come to an agreement with them on the day of a special character meal or on a royal shopping trip. Yet, having their costumes with you at all times may become tiresome -- especially for the Lord- or Lady-In-Waiting (i.e. Mom or Dad)!

    Of course, you can also rent a locker to store gowns and accessories at the parks once you've made the royal pictures and they have greeted their royal subjects! Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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