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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

4 Ways to Style a Make It Minnie Skirt

This post contains affiliate links, meaning I may receive a small commission if you choose to purchase, but this will not affect your shopping experience in any way. I was gifted my Park Day Dreams skirt by Make It Minnie for collaborative posts. As always, thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Mads Maybe!

Disney's Descendants 3 tee shirt | Pink Park Day Dreams Skirt 

Today, I'm partnering with Make It Minnie to show y'all their gorgeous Park Day Dreams skirt and 4 ways you can style it for amazing outfits both in the parks and in everyday life! I was meant to be wearing this fun skirt on a Disney vacation, and I definitely will one day {hopefully soon!}, but for now we're just dreaming — hey, I guess that's why it's called the Park Day Dreams skirt!

I might be a little biased, but this first look is my favorite. I love an oversized graphic tee and obviously this Call Me Queen one featuring Disney's Descendants 3's Audrey is perfect for me. I added my rose gold + white adidas sneakers for a fun weekend vibe. My silver heart eye sunglasses completed the look. You can check it out on my Instagram reel here


I love pairing the skirt with a tucked sweatshirt for a transitional outfit during fall and spring weather. I dressed up the look a bit more with some pink heels and created a look fit for a day in the office. I would also pair with over the knee boots or heeled booties for late fall. 


In a similar sense, but slightly dressier, sweaters pair perfectly with a skirt in the fall. I created a monochrome look by pairing my skirt with a sweater in the same pink color. You could do a partial tuck or a full tuck with an oversized sweater to recreate this look. My brown heeled booties completed this outfit for a fall Saturday.


Finally, I loved creating the Disney parks outfit of my dreams. Just imagine that I'm in Magic Kingdom at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween party and all is right with the world. This skirt pairs well with any Disney top you have — tee, long sleeve, sweatshirt, etc. — and, of course, your go-to accessory will be your ears {or horns in my case!}. I added my Nike sneakers with this outfit because realistically, that's what I'll be wearing on a park day. Whether your park day shoes are sneakers, TOMS, sandals, or crocs, you can rock this look.

My favorite thing about the skirt is that it's lined and a great length so you're fully covered at all times. I'm wearing a size L and I would say the skirt runs true to size or slightly big. It comes in three different colors: pink, gray, and black and Make It Minnie has a great variety of other skirts, skorts, and dresses.