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    Talking What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    Let's have some "fantasyland" fun with this post. We all know Cast Members have their own costumes designed for their own areas. But let's just say that Disneyland put a "Guest Costume" into effect meaning no one could visit the park unless they met their dress attire guidelines.

    Could you imagine all the guests wearing the same outfit? You know, so no one could get... confused! ;o)

    So here's where you come in. Many of you have been to Disneyland and have seen 100,000's of thousands of guests roaming the park in various outfits. Based on their get ups and what you wear to a park, put together an official "Guest Costume" in this fantasyland thread.

    Throw anything on the "Guest Costume". Have fun with this!
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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    A one piece silver jumpsuit with headpiece attached.

    I've seen sci-fi. It's where we are all headed. Plus, we'd be all shiny to reflect the sun in summer, and covered for rainy days.

    Alternatively it could be a big tube. That way they wouldn't have to say "Keep your arms and legs inside" because you'd just be rolling everywhere. If enough of you got together, you could bowl over strollers!*


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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    What, like Scientologists at a retreat? No thanks.

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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    If there was to be an official guest costume, I would think it would involve short overalls, plastic bras, scrunchies, muffin top creating shirts, croc shoes, a silly hairstyle, and an egyptian headdress. It is all topped off with a really bad sunburn on the back of your legs.
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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    You need a fanny pack. Everyone needs to be wearing fanny packs.

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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    Nah, I'm thinking more like Southwest Airlines gear. Blue polo pullover shirts, khaki shorts and tennis shoes. That's where we're all headed in my book. And no fanny packs ever!!!
    As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    Heck, already a bunch of 'em essentially wear uniforms. Ever see those families all wearing the same exact shirts? The Brazilian tour groups in Florida do that, too. Out of that was born my personal rule that I won't ever go out when I travel wearing the exact same outfit as my girlfriend or daughter.
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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    It doesn't matter what you wear, as long as you have one of those stupid lanyards.

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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    Quote Originally Posted by InnerSpace
    It doesn't matter what you wear, as long as you have one of those stupid lanyards.
    Perfect.

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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    Depends what gimmick is going on

    During the 50th you need ALL 50th gear including the almight ugly 50th mickey ears (yes, I bought one..but I love disney and it's part of history--doesn't mean I think it's wonderfully done)

    And of course the lanyard.


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    Smile Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    Quote Originally Posted by InnerSpace
    It doesn't matter what you wear, as long as you have one of those stupid lanyards.

    Why you be lanyard hatin'? .... punk!! *Pulls out the ninja sword* Are they really that bad? * slowly steps away from the lanyard. :0)

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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    Union Jack Speedos, Roller Skates, a Tacky Christmas Sweater, and leg warmers.
    What an idiot....

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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    I don't know why people have to show off their tickets, fastpasses, etc. Some people actually do it intentionally which is dumb. I know not all people wear them to show off, but why do they have to put them on display for everyone to see?

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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    I always love seeing old Disneyland photos especially for the way people dressed. Back then, going to Disneyland was more of an 'event' - people dressed formally, and everyone looked smart and dressed up.

    I think casual to smart attire should be required. Ladies: dresses, skirt suits, trouser suits, nice tops. Gents: Polo shirts/shirts + trousers or suits.
    It makes Disneyland overall look more smarter, and because everyone has put more effort in to their appearance, people feel smarter, and that has an effect on the surroundings.
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    Re: What would a Disneyland Guest Costume look like?

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedway
    I always love seeing old Disneyland photos especially for the way people dressed. Back then, going to Disneyland was more of an 'event' - people dressed formally, and everyone looked smart and dressed up.

    I think casual to smart attire should be required. Ladies: dresses, skirt suits, trouser suits, nice tops. Gents: Polo shirts/shirts + trousers or suits.
    It makes Disneyland overall look more smarter, and because everyone has put more effort in to their appearance, people feel smarter, and that has an effect on the surroundings.
    aS long as we could still wear sneakers or other comfy non-dress shoes!!
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