It's been bugging me for a while now, mainly because I'm big on the Disney Look and I do my best to always follow it to the letter. But it's hard to be Disney Look when there is nothing that fits you, the costume pieces are damaged, and the cast members in costuming can't or won't do anything to help you.
I've tried for 4 weeks now to get a new long-sleeved shirt, but they haven't had my size...ever. I tried to talk to someone about it and she took down my ID# on a sticky note and I never heard anything again. Last week I checked out a new skirt, got it upstairs to put it on and realized there was a button missing. Since I didn't have time to go get another one and change into that, I went downstairs and told them, and they scanned my ID and said they'd make a note of it. Sure enough, I went to turn it in at the end of the night and they told me I was going to be charged for breaking off a button. I can't wear the pants because if they fit in the waist it means I could fit all of micechat into the hips, and I won't wear the blazer because the 12 year olds in Indonesia that made them sewed all the cuffs crooked and nasty. THEN there's GC shifts, where a 10 in critter is a 14 in Tomorrowland and a 28 in Main Entrance.
I guess what bothers me is that I stand in City Hall and see people come in to file complaints from guests about "the CMs look trashy" because their pants are baggy or their shirts aren't pressed - and I know in the back of my head that if costuming could get their act together, half of these would go away. I once spent 15 minutes trying to show the costuming CM the difference between a sKirt and a sHirt on the computer screen. Why can't Disney figure out the costuming department?