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    Re: Disneyland Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vashsky666 View Post
    I bet we have all seen, at least once at one time or another, where guests are approached by either a cast member or the park security and are asked to leave the park on account of their choice of dress and attire that day. What I want to know is what are the official dos and donts when it comes to clothing options while in the park as guests??? Any relating stories or first hand accounts are welcome!
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    Re: Disneyland Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vashsky666 View Post
    I bet we have all seen, at least once at one time or another, where guests are approached by either a cast member or the park security and are asked to leave the park on account of their choice of dress and attire that day. What I want to know is what are the official dos and donts when it comes to clothing options while in the park as guests??? Any relating stories or first hand accounts are welcome!

    Here's what is NOT permitted (from the Disneyland website)
    Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure Park | Theme Park Frequently Asked Questions

    What items are not permitted within Disneyland Park, Disney's California Adventure Park or the Downtown Disney District?
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    Items not permitted include, but are not limited to:
    • Pets (Service Animals are permitted and must be wearing an identifying assistive-companion vest; pets may be kept at the on-site kennel)
    • Wagons, skateboards, scooters (motorized and nonmotorized), inline skates, shoes with built-in wheels, bicycles, motorcycles, tricycles, unicycles, pogo sticks, two-wheeled vehicles, including bicycles and Segway™ Human Transporters
    • Strollers larger than 36" x 52" (which mirrors the rental stroller sizes)
    • Suitcases, backpacks or similar bags with wheels
    • Suitcases, backpacks or similar bags larger than 18"w x 25"h x 37"d (which mirrors the large locker sizes). Lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
    • Any trailer-like object that is pushed or towed by an ECV, wheelchair or stroller
      • Note: Guests are not permitted to pull items behind them. Any item that requires a Guest to pull it behind him, including a stroller, is not permitted into the Theme Parks.

    • Coolers larger than six-pack sized are not permitted into the theme parks.
      • Note: Guest can store coolers up to 18"w x 25"h x 37"d in picnic lockers located outside the Disneyland Park Main Entrance. Lockers are not refrigerated and availability is limited. Guests who need to refrigerate medication may do so at First Aid.
      • Exceptions may be made for special dietary or religious needs.

    • Alcoholic beverages and any illegal substances
    • Folding chairs, with the exception of cane-chair and seat-walker mobility aids
    • Glass containers, with the exception of baby food containers, medicine or small perfume bottles (under 4 oz)
    • Costumes on Guests older than age 9 (except during special events that permit children up to age 12 to wear costumes)
    • Water pistols, toy guns and replica weapons, with the exception of those sold in the Disneyland Resort
    • Sporting goods or equipment (e.g., baseball bats, helmets, hockey sticks, golf clubs, bows and arrows, camping equipment, chairs, stools, tables, Frisbees)
    • Weapons of any kind (including guns; knives; billy clubs; brass knuckles; and nunchucks, stars and other martial arts equipment)
    • Self-defense equipment (pepper spray, mace, stun guns)
    • Restraining devices (e.g., handcuffs, zip ties) or any suspicious items (e.g., box cutters, razor blades, duct tape, wire)
    • Items that may be disruptive (e.g. laser pointer, slingshot, stink bomb, air horns)
    • Cremated remains (e.g., urn, vase, box)
    • Miscellaneous other items (tools, fire extinguishers, musical instruments, megaphones, pots and pans)
    • Professional cameras and recording equipment. (Reporters must make prior arrangements with Disneyland Resort Media Relations.) Folding tripod stands that can fit inside a standard backpack are permitted.

    This information is subject to change without notice.
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    Re: Disneyland Dress Code?

    This is the reason I tone down whatever I wear to any theme park and keep my fashion strictly to basic and classic styles... Like strictly Abercrombie/Hollister/Gap/Guess/etc and styles that are pretty basic and solid... Nothing too wild or over the top like on nights when I go out to a nightclub but something just comfortable and presentable... I guess I was always brought up with the idea that you never know who may be running into and that man of your dreams may be out there when you least expect it so its never good to look trashy or unpresentable.

    This rings true especially when I go to Wal Mart... You never know if the man of your dreams is walking the grocery half of the store also happening to do his late night grocery shopping at 2am... Well the last few times we went it was only people stocking shelves but the fact remains that I was brought up with the idea that you never know who and what you will run into... even if its as extreme as using Wal Mart as an example but just replace that with some other random public place and you have the idea... My sister gets crazy with me when I complain about not looking pretty enough to go out grocery shopping but its the same way with me and Disneyland... I cant start my day at the parks without wearing something pretty basic, presentable, and first of all cute [you never know if you will lock eyes with the Princes]
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    Re: Disneyland Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by tamasurvivor View Post

    This rings true especially when I go to Wal Mart... You never know if the man of your dreams is walking the grocery half of the store also happening to do his late night grocery shopping at 2am... Well the last few times we went it was only people stocking shelves but the fact remains that I was brought up with the idea that you never know who and what you will run into... even if its as extreme as using Wal Mart as an example but just replace that with some other random public place and you have the idea... My sister gets crazy with me when I complain about not looking pretty enough to go out grocery shopping but its the same way with me and Disneyland... I cant start my day at the parks without wearing something pretty basic, presentable, and first of all cute [you never know if you will lock eyes with the Princes]
    we have a really cute guy working at the Walmart in QC (I think he rides a motorcycle too...so that helps)

    At the same time, you have to make sure you Prince loves Disneyland (ok, I'd love for him to love D-land...but tolerate is ok, I think).
    But yes, looking nice is a good thing, especially at Disneyland.
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