The Five Things That Got Me Through Five Days At Disney
May 7, 2009
Hanes took a bunch of us bloggers down to Disney as part of the Hanes Comfort Crew (which I’m sure you know all about if you follow me on Twitter), and while it was an absolutely great time from start to finish, it was definitely a challenge to pack for.
A Disney World trip is seriously out of my fashion comfort zone: no cabs to save my feet from too-high heels, and some serious heat and humidity.
Here are the products that kept me going from Thursday to Tuesday. If the pictures aren’t enough, you can see me talking about some of them at MomGenerations.
1. Boob-eez ($12)
After choosing six summer-y dresses for the trip and realizing none of them were bra-friendly, I was super relieved to remember the pair of Boob-eez in my top drawer: the sticky-backed silicone circles stay on all day, and you can use them multiple times.
2. DV by Dolce Vita Damsel sandals ($69)
Before the trip, I searched everywhere for the right flat neutral sandal, and happily settled on these. I walked all over the World (Showcase) in them, and came away with nary a blister. For $69!
Being a member of the Comfort Crew meant Hanes goodies in my hotel room every night, and since the friend I towed along left early, I stole his stuff, too. And proceeded to wear it to bed for the rest of the trip. Ridiculously comfortable.
4. Giorgio Armani Face Fabric SPF 12 ($45)
Already my favorite foundation, I put this makeup's SPF to the test last week, and it held up: no sunburn on my relatively pale (shade 2) face.
5. Kipling leather shoulder bag ($198)
This bag has a comfortable, wide fabric strap, which you can replace with a longer one to make the bag a cross-body.