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And remember ladies: some fabrics look fine in your bathroom mirror, but are totally see-through in daylight. 😱 Before you leave, check your outfit in natural light, and save the see through stuff for the clubs and partying or other adventures. And if your friend asks if she looks ok, for heaven's sake, if she doesn't, gently tell her the truth, and then let her decide if she still wants to wear her outfit. I'd rather have my friend or sister tell me my dress is see through or that my shirt is a little low cut or that I need to wear a belt than have strangers giggling at me all day. - Spoonful_O_Sugar  492.2 #343 7-9-13 3:06PM Like(17)  Reply
Amen sister! ;) - lohofosho  777.8 #180 7-9-13 3:20PM
Serious?! If you can't decide it's see through, can't see your own cleavage and make an appropriate decision for yourself - you have bigger issue than your clothing. - Plumiegirl  6774.5 #3 7-9-13 4:06PM
THANK YOU!! And really, shouldn't this apply to wherever you go, not just Disneyland?? - SmallWorldSister  11.0 #8147 7-9-13 4:14PM
I think this 101 requires pictures. - Westcoast  121.3 #2947 7-9-13 4:16PM
So true! I've seen way too many thongs today. - Emlovessmallworld  67.2 #3785 7-9-13 4:43PM
I love this! πŸ˜‚ My hubby and I were behind this adorable family at rope stope once. The mom was in Capri type pants and a tank top with a light sweater to cover up. But every time she bent over to tie her shoes or deal with the baby in the stroller, we saw EVERYTHING. I felt so bad for her and couldn't figure out how she didn't know these pants weren't leaving anything to the imagination. - Prettynpink1023  276.4 #925 7-9-13 4:49PM
It's so awkward when you see a nice person dressed like that--it's like "why doesn't someone tell her!? Don't they love her?" I saw a poor chubby teen at the mall the other day. She was with her friends wearing a dress that was so tight, she couldn't zip it up all the way. It was flowy on the bottom, but the top was so tight. I wondered why her friends didn't say something to her. :( - Spoonful_O_Sugar  492.2 #343 7-9-13 5:46PM
My three year old son has an embarrassing habit of trying to touch, um, let's say, "outfits" that grab his attention. Last time we were at the park, I had to stop him twice from stroking legs (and buttcheeks) that were not covered. At first I was totally embarrassed, but then I figured they dressed that way cuz they wanted attention from boys. I guess they just didnt figure it would be a three year oldπŸ˜‚. - LittleAprilShowers  547.3 #287 7-9-13 3:43PM Like(8)  Reply
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - Spoonful_O_Sugar  492.2 #343 7-9-13 3:44PM
LOL - vincentchase1  672.6 #216 7-9-13 3:46PM
Ok have got to get a pic next time! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - MeridaFan  2818.9 #30 7-9-13 3:46PM
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - HandMeAChurroImmaFaint  3134.6 #26 7-9-13 3:50PM
Well I guess if Judah ever grabs at my clothes I'll head back for a wardrobe change!πŸ˜±πŸ˜πŸ˜‚ - RCmom  4625.5 #15 7-9-13 5:51PM
When my son was about that age he reached up and grabbed a "lady's" cheek and really didn't let go. I'm sorry, I just laughed and it did make her pull her skirt down a bit! - ShariRenee  3415.1 #24 7-9-13 5:52PM
Hahaha - Hendizl  2245.6 #44 7-9-13 7:05PM
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚that's hilarious! - NascarDave  275.7 #934 7-9-13 7:27PM
I hate it when Minnie wears a crop top and a thong that shows. - DLKenCA  1193.5 #97 7-9-13 2:45PM Like(5)  Reply
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - hatgal76  383.8 #482 7-9-13 3:14PM
Haaaa!!! Good one!! - SmallWorldSister  11.0 #8147 7-9-13 4:13PM
Literally laughed outloud - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 5:55PM
Like it matters? Minnie is in a constant state of showing off her panties... - X-WingNikki  793.5 #171 7-9-13 6:00PM
and Donald never has any pants on ;) - ShariRenee  3415.1 #24 7-9-13 7:12PM
when you're at disneyland today remember 3 things: 1) it's your body 2) dress however you want that follows Disneyland rules for getting into the parks and 3) just because you don't dress a certain way doesn't mean you get to be the body/clothes police. have a nice day. - nicoleface  1746.3 #63 7-9-13 7:01PM Like(5)  Reply
Like 10000 times - lostgirl7988  688.5 #206 7-9-13 7:03PM
I'm not so sure age and body type or size should even matter. Some things are just plain inappropriate I don't care how rockin' your body is! A good thing to always ask yourself...."would my grandma approve or be embarrassed of me right now?" - MeridaFan  2818.9 #30 7-9-13 3:45PM Like(3)  Reply
Great advice. A tank top with giant arm holes and a bra. Bad. Shorts with your butt hanging out. Bad. I don't care what you look like I don't want to see it and my child shouldn't have to be exposed to it either. - PrincessAuroraMomma  446.6 #394 7-9-13 3:54PM
My thoughts exactly! - SPandEvLover  2295.0 #42 7-9-13 4:07PM
Exactly. It's Disneyland. It's a family environment. My best friend is a stripper, yet she manages to wear park appropriate clothing that doesn't expose t&a. - X-WingNikki  793.5 #171 7-9-13 6:04PM
Last year it was in the high 90s one day. My friend and I couldn't believe our eyes in Tomorrowland, a very large lady with a sheet rapped around her chest, trying to make it look like a sarong dress. How she got in, I do not know. Please dont make me pour bleach in my eyes!! Ugh. - DeadliestPassholder  158.2 #2390 7-9-13 3:33PM Like(2)  Reply
Yeah, I just don't get it. There are plenty of appropriate things to wear in the heat. I mean, why not wear a light cotton dress or mumu instead of wrapping a sheet around your bosoms? - Spoonful_O_Sugar  492.2 #343 7-9-13 3:38PM
I'm sorry, I didn't know you guys felt that way about my daisy dukes and cut off belly shirts - Philliprocks  616.9 #242 7-9-13 4:07PM Like(2)  Reply
You're the exception to the rule Phillip! - lohofosho  777.8 #180 7-9-13 4:09PM
Pic or it didn't happen ;) - ShariRenee  3415.1 #24 7-9-13 4:16PM
Just make sure to stay away from LittleAprilShowers' 3yr old. - Westcoast  121.3 #2947 7-9-13 4:20PM
@westcoast πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - Philliprocks  616.9 #242 7-9-13 4:48PM
You should wear that when you take your Belle lap pic!! - RCmom  4625.5 #15 7-9-13 5:52PM
I'm growing out my mullet for the belle pic - Philliprocks  616.9 #242 7-9-13 7:34PM
From Disneyland website: The parks are a casual, family-oriented environment. We suggest you dress comfortably, wear good walking shoes and check the local weather report before you leave for the parks. Ensuring that the parks are family friendly is an important part of the Disney experience. In that spirit, we ask you to use your discretion and common sense. Attire that is not appropriate for the theme parks (and which may result in refusal of admittance) includes but is not limited to: Adult costumes or clothing that can be viewed as representative of an actual Disney character Masks (unless you are dressing up for a particular event) Clothing with objectionable material, including obscene language or graphics Excessively torn clothing Clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment Tattoos that could be considered objectionable, such as with obscene language or graphics A Guest is allowed into the parks if her or his hair (or make-up, if applicable) has been made to resemble a Disney Princess or character (for example, after a Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique makeover) provided the Guest is not also wearing a costume or clothed to look like the character. - missmimi90  1306.2 #85 7-9-13 7:05PM Like(2)  Reply
πŸ‘ - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 7:08PM
I am trying to figure out how some of them get in the park.. I literally saw a girl with a tank top on but the tank was pulled under her bra and I swear a thong only under the tank on her bottom half - sunshinegrl  348.4 #561 7-9-13 2:56PM Like(1)  Reply
Last year during spring break, I saw a group of teen girls go in the restrooms dressed and come out practically naked! I said outloud to them,"I don't think that's how you looked when your Mamas dropped you off!" πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - hatgal76  383.8 #482 7-9-13 3:17PM
I used to do that when I was a teenager πŸ˜”I'm sorry mom - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 5:56PM
*Cues up the Thong song* - vincentchase1  672.6 #216 7-9-13 3:15PM Like(1)  Reply
I was just gonna type something similar, lol - Spoonful_O_Sugar  492.2 #343 7-9-13 3:17PM
twisted minds think a like. - vincentchase1  672.6 #216 7-9-13 3:18PM
Hahaha!!! - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 5:57PM
Mom and I make up code words for girls that are dressed inappropriately... It makes for some fun games in the parks for us! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - SPandEvLover  2295.0 #42 7-9-13 4:09PM Like(1)  Reply
I love that game!! So much fun πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - MissMolly  1144.9 #103 7-9-13 4:12PM
Lol,me and my wife do the same ,too much fun - bonedaddy909  942.3 #138 7-9-13 4:16PM
Oh now I want to know the words if they're lounge friendly. - Westcoast  121.3 #2947 7-9-13 4:21PM
One that's Lounge friendly is J.D.L.R. (Stands for "just doesn't look right") LOL - SPandEvLover  2295.0 #42 7-9-13 4:32PM
A safe one is DLD,Dineyland Diva,when a girls dressed for a night of clubbing,but she's at DL instead - bonedaddy909  942.3 #138 7-9-13 4:43PM
Oh! I like that one!!! Might have to steal it lol - SPandEvLover  2295.0 #42 7-9-13 4:48PM
My best friend and I have a points system for wardrobe malfunction & fashion fiascos. Warning:if you're wearing head to tie Raiders gear or Affliction I get 50 points. - X-WingNikki  793.5 #171 7-9-13 6:06PM
How about EdHardy LittleNikki ;) - ShariRenee  3415.1 #24 7-9-13 6:10PM
My wife and I say "I think we know her." So if you see me around and hear me say that check your outfit. - mickey_at_law  62.8 #3878 7-9-13 6:22PM
Uh oh... I've heard that before! LOL - SPandEvLover  2295.0 #42 7-9-13 7:35PM
My mom calls those people the real "characters" at Disneyland. They are our favorite attraction! Lol - HollywoodGlitter  507.5 #325 7-9-13 6:00PM Like(1)  Reply
Thank you!!! Dress for the body type you have (not the type you THINK you have) - lizzie4280  110.3 #3149 7-9-13 6:01PM Like(1)  Reply
Free show! - pinkmonkeys  512.9 #317 7-9-13 6:06PM Like(1)  Reply
I'm with you! LOL! People-watching is a whole lot more fun when people dress/look out of place. - Diz_Mel  63.4 #3862 7-9-13 6:10PM
Oh and also, please remember deoderant. Maybe even bring extra and reapply! - victoria13  282.8 #873 7-9-13 7:47PM Like(1)  Reply
It's been pretty interesting lately - Qdisneyfam3  40.8 #4502 7-9-13 2:45PM Like  Reply
Good words of advice... I see this far too often. - missmimi90  1306.2 #85 7-9-13 2:53PM Like  Reply
So funny and true!!! - MarathonMinnie  90.5 #3435 7-9-13 3:11PM Like  Reply
They should have sunchairs & hammoks out by the peir infront or mermaid so folks can tan in dca. Like a Mermaid-themeed sun beach where folks can lounge and snshnegrl can people-wach ;-) - joxua  66.5 #3797 7-9-13 3:17PM Like  Reply
I'd be scared to see who shows up to tan! We have "naked" people all around the Bay Area and as my wife says...none of them you want to see naked. - BombFrog  565.6 #273 7-9-13 5:58PM
But I have no shame. - Butterlina  1412.0 #78 7-9-13 3:28PM Like  Reply
And you are a French model, so I think we all know you are exempt from these rules. - MeridaFan  2818.9 #30 7-9-13 3:47PM
*hands The model a Costco sized vat of cologne for his shower* - HandMeAChurroImmaFaint  3134.6 #26 7-9-13 3:51PM
I believe Hi Karate is his weapon of choice ;) - ShariRenee  3415.1 #24 7-9-13 4:18PM
😹😹😹French model😹😹😹 - X-WingNikki  793.5 #171 7-9-13 6:07PM
My daughter was very concerned about the new trend of the extremely short shorts with the very high waist and the crop top that we saw all weekend. So little tummy but so much bum. 😱 She's 19, and not prudish, but found this not appropriate (and just an odd look, too)! 😱 - mrstoad  256.1 #1129 7-9-13 3:35PM Like  Reply
I really wish that look had remained safely tucked away in the 80s. - X-WingNikki  793.5 #171 7-9-13 6:08PM
I started laughing when I read this! As a CM in the 80's it was fun to watch security hosts ask female guests to not look like Madonna. Nowadays my wife and I just look at each and try not to laugh when we see a guest who has forgotten they are our age yet dress like they're at a dance club... - BombFrog  565.6 #273 7-9-13 3:36PM Like  Reply
I've seen a lot of terrible or inappropriate outfit choices in the park today... - mouselife  17.4 #6439 7-9-13 3:36PM Like  Reply
And also, thanks to all of the fabulous food at DL, your body type when you arrive may not necessarily be your body type when you leave. Please keep in mind when packing. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - LittleAprilShowers  547.3 #287 7-9-13 3:46PM Like  Reply
I seriously make sure to wear my snugger clothes at the beginning of our trip and leave the looser ones for the end! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Although, we walk so much walking, I always end up losing a few pounds. (Which is why I want to move into Disneyland for about 6 months! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - MeridaFan  2818.9 #30 7-9-13 3:58PM
Well spanx alot!! - RCmom  4625.5 #15 7-9-13 5:53PM
Ha!!! Ain't that the truth. We were in the parks from noon to closing on Sunday, and my loose-fitting shorts and top were quite snug by the time I was walking back to the car. I had to do the ol' "unbutton the top button" just to breathe properly ! - Diz_Mel  63.4 #3862 7-9-13 6:08PM
There was an earlier thread about this and I believe it Baseball_MickeyCM said to feel free to point this out to a CM as it is a family place. - MrsSchnooks  2563.5 #34 7-9-13 3:50PM Like  Reply
But how do they even let them through the turnstiles? 😳 - HandMeAChurroImmaFaint  3134.6 #26 7-9-13 3:52PM
I honestly think some of them change while in the park. - missmimi90  1306.2 #85 7-9-13 3:55PM
☝This?! - Plumiegirl  6774.5 #3 7-9-13 3:55PM
It's tough though because some CMs may not feel comfortable saying something or like if a male CM notices it, they may inform a female CM an by the time the female CM sees, the girl is covered up. - IDVandalSkipperCM  1895.9 #58 7-9-13 4:04PM
☝This - Plumiegirl  6774.5 #3 7-9-13 4:12PM
I have seen CM's ask people to cover up, so it's worth a try. - NEVERGR0WUP  128.1 #2832 7-9-13 4:26PM
We were always informed by supervision that DL is a family place, don't hesitate to keep it that way. - BombFrog  565.6 #273 7-9-13 6:00PM
JackLuvsSally ...right there with ya! Do the parents ever physically pull their kids away from you? Yeah, that's fun... - X-WingNikki  793.5 #171 7-9-13 6:15PM
I used to post the badly dressed at Disney years ago. My favorites are the visible bras. Matching colors to the tiny top does not work. Clothing failures are more often women vs men. - Plumiegirl  6774.5 #3 7-9-13 4:19PM Like  Reply
I think you should bring this back! - Prettynpink1023  276.4 #925 7-9-13 4:49PM
I know it's awful but one of mine and my wife's favorite things to do is look for inappropriate Disneyland outfits. We have a nice collection of pictures. Lol - mickey_at_law  62.8 #3878 7-9-13 5:42PM
There used to be a website dedicated to that. - nerdgirl  82.4 #3544 7-9-13 5:58PM
I have a folder in fb where I keep fashion fiascos... - X-WingNikki  793.5 #171 7-9-13 6:16PM
Disneyland once had a dress code. Women could not wear halter tops and men with lonr hair were stopped at the gate and asked to leave. - Midasgold  481.8 #353 7-9-13 4:25PM Like  Reply
I remember, this was still going on in the 80's. - ShariRenee  3415.1 #24 7-9-13 5:50PM
Yes it was! - BombFrog  565.6 #273 7-9-13 6:01PM
It's kind of a double standard sometimes though- they sell teeny tiny shorts and dresses at the store across from Indy πŸ˜• - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 5:58PM Like  Reply
Yes, they sell a lot of Roxy surf clothing there but I think those are more tourist take home items. The surf style is not as offensive to me (maybe because I live at the beach) ;) - ShariRenee  3415.1 #24 7-9-13 6:02PM
I do too. but shorts that are barely covering the cheeks are not ok (to me) at the parks. Especially on preteen girls-I would never have been allowed. To walk around like that. - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 6:53PM
Yes I do agree. My daughter is a surfer but saves it for the beach! - ShariRenee  3415.1 #24 7-9-13 7:14PM
pffft you should see what happens in oregon. We get heat and sunshine 4 months out of the year so all kinds of stuff gets flaunted during that time period. - madsdad  1748.0 #62 7-9-13 6:02PM Like  Reply
Madsdad knows from personal experience... - Slotherini  1052.8 #123 7-9-13 6:18PM
poor Madsdad...guess i will resurrect the fashion fails of Disney folks. WIll put discreetly into dl talk. - Plumiegirl  6774.5 #3 7-9-13 6:44PM
Lol! - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 6:53PM
Madsdad gets excited about the warm weather cause he gets to wear his daisy dukes. 😍 - Waites4DodgerEars  948.0 #136 7-9-13 6:57PM
I don't care how old you are or how great of a body you have,that does not matter to me, you just need to remember other people will be sitting where you are sitting (yuck for the butt cheeks ahead of you), you will be bending so keep your top to where it won't show all. and guys thank you so much for remembering the same so we don't have to see your butt either. the thing I hate the most is to see this new mommies who look so sweet with their kids and babies but they bend over and you see all their front, sometimes the rear too. maybe they don't care but it is hard to bring kids to a park and deal with all this. bottom line, always be aware of your surroundings and always be considerate of others too. - secretagentangel  1160.2 #100 7-9-13 6:39PM Like  Reply
Agreed! - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 6:53PM
Unfortunately, you assumed we stare, I do everything I can to teach my disabled brother not to,and my nieces and nephews but maybe you did not understand what I was saying. I know you have tattoos as you said in other posts and hate when people stare, and feel like they don't like you, and maybe that is why you don't like my opinion, but that is human nature for those who do stare. for people who have tats, it is usually a stare of interest in my experience, sorry if people have hurt you by their looks at you. I stand by what I said on the lack of clothing, when it is right in your face it is hard to ignore, and it is supposed to be a family place. and I guess you assumed I was hating on the mommies, that is why I tried to say I liked seeing them with their children. be considerate, think of others, and we can all get along. and don't be so quick to judge when someone voices their own opinion, we are all different here. - secretagentangel  1160.2 #100 7-9-13 8:14PM
I agree....however I have to say this is when being tall is not a good thing :/ shorts that would be mid thigh on some girls are really high up on me, and my legs are so long that no matter what I wear, I'm all legs. (imagine a pair of legs walking around the park with no body lol that would be interesting to explain) However I do what I can. I have some of those tops that are meant to show off your undergarments, and I wear sports attire so I'm covering more than I'm bearing. Whilst I do not like the current trends of wearing less clothing, it is easy to make due and make it appropriate if they wanted to. Blame society :/ - jamielynn  163.3 #2315 7-9-13 7:05PM Like  Reply
That being said, I LOVE my vintage 50's dresses :) Still above my knee which they aren't supposed to be, but they're great for the hot weather!! See through however since my favorite is light pink, but once again, I wear something to make it appropriate!!! I miss the days when girls wore...clothes!! I make myself sound older than I am when I say that..... - jamielynn  163.3 #2315 7-9-13 7:08PM
I agree--It's definitely possible to show a little skin, but not look vulgar. Women and girls shouldn't have to walk around all covered up. It's just about balancing things out. And I gotta say, I wish I had your leg problem, lol! πŸ˜‚ - Spoonful_O_Sugar  492.2 #343 7-9-13 7:19PM
I'm tall too! I have the same problem even worse now that I am in a wheelchair shorts look like underwear when all you see is the top of my legs! - PrincessDaisy  238.2 #1324 7-9-13 7:31PM
Spoonful_O_Sugar, you can take a few inches from me :) I wouldn't mind. @PrincessDaisy, I was stuck in a wheelchair after a knee surgery and I totally get the issue!! No matter what you wear!! I always had a sweater or a shirt covering my shorts and part of my legs when I was in the park!! - jamielynn  163.3 #2315 7-9-13 7:39PM
There should be a peopleofdisnyland website lol - lohofosho  777.8 #180 7-9-13 7:17PM Like  Reply
Lol - missariel33  1086.9 #116 7-9-13 7:23PM
I think there used to be! - IDVandalSkipperCM  1895.9 #58 7-9-13 7:33PM
There is!! Peopleofdisney.org. I do however think it's cruel for the most part. - jamielynn  163.3 #2315 7-9-13 7:43PM
Is it still updated though? I looked it up a year or so ago and didn't see anything new. - IDVandalSkipperCM  1895.9 #58 7-9-13 7:45PM
I'm also really sick of people hanging on each other and making out passionately. Whywhywhy - Polaris  21.9 #5788 7-9-13 7:44PM Like  Reply
Must agree. Cheekies hanging out, crop tops, yoga pants/stretchies that are obviously super sheer. Tacky & really embarrassing πŸ˜’ - FrankenweenieVelinee  615.7 #244 7-9-13 7:55PM Like  Reply