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    BVS Guests in Period Costumes?

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    Didn't know if it was talked about already, but as I was looking at Mint's update, dead center, there seems to be a family dressed up. That's totally awesome!
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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackWidowBride View Post
    Didn't know if it was talked about already, but as I was looking at Mint's update, dead center, there seems to be a family dressed up. That's totally awesome!
    I saw a lot of cosplayers out yesterday and frankly I think I could do without them. I wonder how far Disney will let it go?

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    So dressing up nice is cosplaying now? Or do you mean people dressed as actual characters?
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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    I love the dressing up. I always loved the swing dancers at dl and no one seemed to have a problem with them

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    I think it's cool. Leave them alone.

    I find todays "casual dress" standards offensive. I mean, do people even look in a mirror before they leave the house? Do they even try? It's shocking to see what some people find exceptable to wear in public.


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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    I love it. I wish there were more of them

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirton View Post
    I love it. I wish there were more of them

    Same.

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    Quote Originally Posted by AtomicBear View Post
    Where they in just spiffy retro style clothing or dressed in something more fanciful?
    They were just wearing 20s style outfits. Probably the same folks displaced from Carnation. Normally I would just write it off as people being weird, but considering Disney has thier own costume characters walking around, there is a deeper implication here. You wouldn't let somepne dressed as Mary Poppins on Main Street for the same reason... you dont want to confuse people or let the guests distract from the show.

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    Quote Originally Posted by MrLiver View Post
    They were just wearing 20s style outfits. Probably the same folks displaced from Carnation. Normally I would just write it off as people being weird, but considering Disney has thier own costume characters walking around, there is a deeper implication here. You wouldn't let somepne dressed as Mary Poppins on Main Street for the same reason... you dont want to confuse people or let the guests distract from the show.
    They could be the same folks who do the Dapper Day. Dapper Day
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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    I don't think this is such a problem. Looking at BVS I also want to walk down the street wearing a suit and fedora. I don't think that Disney guests are stupid enough to think that these guests who are obviously guests are Disney employees.

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    My friends and I had a lunch reservation at Carthay yesterday and we all dressed up for the occasion. I wish people would dress a little nicer when they go out. I saw too many people wearing clothes that looked like they had just rolled out of bed (not pajamas, that's an entirely different problem).

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    Quote Originally Posted by doppio View Post
    I think it's cool. Leave them alone.

    I find todays "casual dress" standards offensive. I mean, do people even look in a mirror before they leave the house? Do they even try? It's shocking to see what some people find exceptable to wear in public.
    I agree with you, i wish people would dress more apropriatelyTwo weeks ago I saw a lady wearing shorts so short that half of her butt checks were hanging out, a blouse that exposť her stomach and most of her breast and she was in fantasyland. I actually heard more than one person commenting on why they even let her in like that

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    Some people wear their pajamas out. Nothing screams out "lazy" than wearing your pajamas in public.
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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    Quote Originally Posted by Baloo View Post
    I agree with you, i wish people would dress more apropriatelyTwo weeks ago I saw a lady wearing shorts so short that half of her butt checks were hanging out, a blouse that exposť her stomach and most of her breast and she was in fantasyland. I actually heard more than one person commenting on why they even let her in like that
    Doppio and Baloo, I completely agree with you. Some people show WAY too much skin to where it is borderline lewdness.

    Does Disney have a dress code? I thought if anything was offensive (body parts hanging out and such) they would be asked to leave or dress more appropriately. I'm sure that many people would file lawsuits for harassment or being discriminated against, cause you know, you can do that for ANYTHING these days.

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    Re: Disney California Adventure Project Tracker 12

    Quote Originally Posted by MrLiver View Post
    They were just wearing 20s style outfits. Probably the same folks displaced from Carnation. Normally I would just write it off as people being weird, but considering Disney has thier own costume characters walking around, there is a deeper implication here. You wouldn't let somepne dressed as Mary Poppins on Main Street for the same reason... you dont want to confuse people or let the guests distract from the show.
    Bingo. BVS isn't a Halloween party, it's a Disney theme park land that includes professional performers who are hired to entertain the customers. The last thing the performers need are cosplaying customers wearing similar costumes, in effect saying to the audience, "hey, look at me!" Disney is nuts if they allow customers to do this. Would they allow customers to dress up in 1890 costume and sing along with the Dapper Dans on Main Street? Same thing here.
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