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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 649.6 #332 7-9-13 3:06PMLike(17)Reply
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 old😂. - LittleAprilShowers 587.7 #374 7-9-13 3:43PMLike(8)Reply
I hate it when Minnie wears a crop top and a thong that shows. - DLKenCA 2941.7 #51 7-9-13 2:45PMLike(5)Reply
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 1752.7 #103 7-9-13 7:01PMLike(5)Reply
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 4244.2 #39 7-9-13 3:45PMLike(3)Reply
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 374.4 #648 7-9-13 3:33PMLike(2)Reply
I'm sorry, I didn't know you guys felt that way about my daisy dukes and cut off belly shirts - phillip... 1376.7 #141 7-9-13 4:07PMLike(2)Reply
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 2034.6 #87 7-9-13 7:05PMLike(2)Reply
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 348.8 #722 7-9-13 2:56PMLike(1)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 104.3 #3623 7-9-13 3:17PMLikeReply
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 #1361 7-9-13 3:35PMLikeReply
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... - BombFrogFormerCM 1072.2 #188 7-9-13 3:36PMLikeReply
I've seen a lot of terrible or inappropriate outfit choices in the park today... - mouselife 17.4 #8351 7-9-13 3:36PMLikeReply
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. 😂😂😂 - LittleAprilShowers 587.7 #374 7-9-13 3:46PMLikeReply
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. - Cinderella_Schnooks 3466.9 #46 7-9-13 3:50PMLikeReply
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 10383.3 #9 7-9-13 4:19PMLikeReply
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 633.3 #345 7-9-13 4:25PMLikeReply
It's kind of a double standard sometimes though- they sell teeny tiny shorts and dresses at the store across from Indy 😕 - missariel33 2115.6 #81 7-9-13 5:58PMLikeReply
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 1868.2 #99 7-9-13 6:02PMLikeReply
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 8122.1 #11 7-9-13 6:39PMLikeReply
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 #2593 7-9-13 7:05PMLikeReply
There should be a peopleofdisnyland website lol - lohofosho 785.0 #259 7-9-13 7:17PMLikeReply
I'm also really sick of people hanging on each other and making out passionately. Whywhywhy - Polaris 35.5 #5751 7-9-13 7:44PMLikeReply
Must agree. Cheekies hanging out, crop tops, yoga pants/stretchies that are obviously super sheer. Tacky & really embarrassing 😒 - FrankenweenieVelinee 3795.2 #43 7-9-13 7:55PMLikeReply