Disney’s dress code has been a subject of much contention for years now. Whichever Disney Park you choose, be it Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort, each Disney Resort has a specific dress code policy to ensure a family-friendly and respectful environment for all Guests. As Disney Fanatics would know, Disney’s dress code policy applies to all Parks, restaurants, and attractions within the Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. But as many would also know, many Guests have violated the dress code time and again, whether because of a simple desire to “wear what they want” or because they’re trying the latest TikTok hack.
But has it gone too far?
Guests frequently try to circumvent and sometimes outright just ignore the dress code ostensibly to make social media content, and we’ve even reported previously on a news anchor from Naked News who exposed herself at the Walt Disney World Resort Theme Park, EPCOT. Guests have taken this to extremes, enough that some Guests have taken to social media to share that the dress code should be even stricter.
It seems that Guests are trying to push the boundaries more and more with each passing day.
Anything for views, but at Disney World right in front of the kids?
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One Guest chose to do a dance at Disney World essentially pantsless. As one commenter noted, “Imagine being a person so into themselves that they were proud enough to shake an ass comparable to Hank Hill in any place and having the audacity to do that a foot away from children.”
And the Guest makes a valid point. The entire point of a Disney vacation, whether at Walt Disney World Resort and its Theme Parks like Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, or EPCOT, is that its family-friendly and accessible, and safe for people and Guests from all over the world of all ages.
Related: Everything You Need to Know About Disney’s Dress Code
When it comes to Disney’s dress code, Guests primarily need to keep in mind the following:
Appropriate attire is required at all times, including shirts, shoes, and bottoms (shorts, pants, skirts, etc.). Bathing suits are allowed only in designated areas, such as water parks or resort pools.
Clothing items that contain offensive language or graphics are not permitted.
Costumes are allowed for children under the age of 14, but adults are not allowed to wear costumes unless it’s a special event or party.
Disney reserves the right to deny entry or remove any guest who is wearing attire that they consider inappropriate or disruptive.
Along with that, it’s worth remembering that while Walt Disney World is certainly a place to fulfil dreams, it’s important to be considerate of fellow Guests as well.