With Disney’s strict dress code policy, one Guest was recently terrified of being kicked out of a Disney Park for her attire.
The Disney Parks are places of magic and wonder for all who come to them. Guests from all over the world come to the Disney Theme Parks — be that or the Disneyland Resort — to live out their fantasies and dreams. But in order to keep that magic alive Disney has to have and enforce strict codes of conduct and policies to maintain a safe environment for children and adults alike.
Many times, especially when it comes to the dress code policy, Guests have been asked to change in previous times, and some Guests even started playing the system to get free Disney merchandise.
But recently a Guest and TikTok user unintentionally ended up toeing the line between what is and is not allowed at the Disney Park and was genuinely afraid that she would be kicked out.
Avalon Rose, @kisses.avalonrose, shared a video on TikTok, where she talked about her experience during a visit to the Disneyland Resort in California. Rose commented that she constantly felt like she would get in trouble for her clothes.
Check it out:
A cast member walked up to me at one point (rightfully so) and gave me a look to leave as I was trying to explain to people that I couldn’t take pictures and I wasn’t her. It was WILD! But other cast members fed into it and it made the situation cute but also SO MUCH WORSE! #FullTimePrincess #DoloresMadrigal #Dolores #Encanto #DoloresCosplay #DoloresMadrigalCosplay #DoloresDisneyBound #DoloresMadrigalDisneyBound #EncantoDisneyBound #DisneyAdult #BlackPrincess #BlackCharacterPerformer #DisneyPrincess #Princess #CharacterPerfomer #PrincessPerformer #BlackGirlDisney #Disneyland #CaliforniaAdventure #FamilyMadrigal #FamilyMadrigalEncanto
Rose visited the “Happiest Place on Earth” Disney bounding as Dolores Madrigal from Encanto (2021), without wearing anything particularly striking, rather an outfit inspired by the character. However, she started getting nervous when kids started trying to take pictures with her, as Guests thought she was actually Dolores.
Rose mentioned in the caption, “a cast member walked up to me at one point (rightfully so) and gave me a look to leave as I was trying to explain to people that I couldn’t take pictures and I wasn’t her. It was WILD! But other cast members fed into it and it made the situation cute but also SO MUCH WORSE!”
While Rose didn’t get into trouble, considering Disney’s rules and regulations, her worries were more than understandable. The Disney Parks policy doesn’t allow Guests 14 years or older to wear costumes, for reasons including their safety and to prevent any misunderstandings while they’re at the Parks. And, in Rose’s case, many a came up to her during the day.
Per Disney dress code,
Proper attire, including shoes and shirts, must be worn at all times. Clothing that drags on the ground is prohibited in theme parks. Clothing with multiple layers is subject to search. We reserve the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that we consider inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests. Visible tattoos that could be considered inappropriate, such as those containing objectionable language or designs, are not permitted. There are specific costume guidelines for special events such as Halloween parties; please refer to the additional policies applicable to those events.
Costumes may not be worn in our theme parks by Guests ages 14 or older.
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