I remember back in the 90's when I went to Disneyland on a frequent basis (once or twice a week) that there used to be a dress code. If you were dressed in a costume, for example, you were not allowed into the park. This also included extreme hairstyles like mohawks and skimpy clothing on underage girls.
Well, this past weekend I saw this one guy.....several times actually as he was very hard to miss...wearing large platform shoes, leather pants, punk style clothing and the most outreageous mohawk I had ever seen. Later on that evening, there was a group of girls waiting in line for Space Mountain. They couldn't have been older than 12 or 13 wearing the tiniest skirts and tops showing what little cleavage they had. And of that wasn't bad enough some of them would sit on the chain with their legs spread and giving anyone who happened to glance that way a free panty show!
I remember that Disneyland used to have a dresscode. In fact a couple of old friends of mine were actually turned away because they were dressed in Victorian dress and the reason they were given was they looked like they were in costume and guests would confuse them for being CM's, which was true because they looked as though they would fit in perfectly on Haunted Mansion.
But back to the point. Has anyone else noticed if they dress codes have changed over the years? What other "shocking" attire have you witnessed?