Once upon a time I would put together outfits, put on makeup, do my hair and head out for the day, or just to go to the market. Along came kids and suddenly I was lucky to put on a clean shirt and yoga pants! So when faced with a cruise I was totally conflicted on what to pack, but most importantly was left asking myself what to wear! I’m sure I can’t be the only person asking this so to the best of my ability I’ve put together my key outfits for you to give you an idea of what to wear on your next cruise!
I sailed on the Disney Magic on a 3-Night Bahamian cruise with stops at Nassau, Bahamas and Disney’s private island Castaway Cay.
Day 1: Embarkation/Sail Away
For this day I wanted to be comfortable since I would be spending some time at the resort at Disney World for breakfast and a little shopping at Downtown Disney, but also quite a bit of time on a bus between the resort and Port Canaveral. I settled on white pixie ankle pants from Old Navy and a sheer blue blouse with anchors over a white Old Navy tami.
Day 2: Nassau/Pirate Party
Since this was a training trip I had meetings in the morning, but planned to explore Nassau afterwards. I wore gray, wide legged linen pants with a white top with crochet detail. Super comfy!
For pirate night I switched into a modified pirate costume. This was not my favorite outfit of the trip after having a baby two months prior, but it was worth being in the spirit of the evening!
Day 3: Castaway Cay
Can you say swimsuit and cover up? Yep! That’s what I wore during my day at the beach on Castaway Cay. And no, there is no photographic evidence! But the outfit I wore that evening was probably my favorite, and the most flattering. I had purchased this dress last year for Easter. I paired it with a turquoise belt and a Target cami.
Day 4: Debarkation
I realize I have zero pictures of this outfit, but I wore some ankle length jeans from Old Navy and an adorable Mickey Mouse shirt with a blue tank top underneath. Comfy for the plane ride home and a nice reminder of my all too quick trip on the Magic.
In full disclosure, I really love theme outfits, parties, movie nights etc so I went a little crazy with Old Navy’s current nautical theme. It was so convenient to do some one stop shopping and be ready to cruise!
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