Paris Diaries: Disneyland


I just knew that my fluffy Zara cardigan was the thing to wear at Disneyland as it’s cute and glam.

I bought this cardigan in the Zara sale in July for £30, after eyeing it up every week but for the then price of £60 I just could not justify the spend. It also has a bit of a glitter touch to it which will be perfect to wear during Christmas.


I decided to team the cardigan with a simple and chic black pieces, So I took my Zara turtleneck top and Topshop black jeans but to still keep the pieces separate, I decided to wear my silver simplistic western belt to lift the look. My trusted Vivienne Westwood boots had to come with me as there is a lot of walking to do at Disneyland and my Zara chain bag as this bag is stylish and has enough room for all the unnecessary items which I carry.


This look was quite simple, but the cardigan just gives it a touch of glamour, style and just moves the look up a notch.

I visited Disney World in Florida quite a few years ago, but Disneyland Paris did not disappoint, even my experience of Tower of Terror hasn’t put me off…

Although Disney World is bigger, I was surprised at how many different areas they had in Disneyland to explore and there was so much to do for both children and adults so for £72 you really can’t go wrong. It is the happiest place on earth so if you get the chance to go, you really should! But it’s important to dress comfortably here as it is such a long day, there can be quite a wait for some of the rides and you’re constantly walking so you really don’t need the stress of achey feet.

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Have you been to any of the Disney parks, if so what did you think?

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