View Poll Results: Should Disney Rewrite Their Dress Code?

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  • Yes, Semi-Casual Wear Should Re-Enforced Like in the Days Way Back When

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  • No, I Enjoy the Freedom of Wearing Whatever I want!

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    Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    I see a lot of early filsm of Disneyland: The Opening Day of Disneyland, The Opening Day of Pirates of the Caribbean, even watching the America Sings video from Visions Fantastic, I see people wearing nice clothes. I kind of wish it was still that way. Men had to wear nice polo shirts, nice pants, nice shoes: Basic Semi-Casual wear. Women wore their Sunday dresses and spring dresses. Just really nice clothes. I almost wish it was still this way. Nowadays you see people, mostly young adults (notice I didn't say teenagers), wearing holely pants, baggy pants, inappropriate shirts, unkempt persons, etc. Plus the language that is used by these people. After reading the thread about how Disneyland is "low-class" compared to the Asian Disneylands, I wonder what it would be like to have to dress up to go to Disneyland. I mean, when you go to Grad Nite, you have to wear nice semi-casual wear and nice dress shoes. If you're wearing anything otherwise, you get sent away or forced to change. If they do that for Grad Nite, then why not all year round. I just think it'd be nice. What does everyone else think?

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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    If you wanna dress like that, go for it. Nobody's gonna stop you.
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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    Yes, maybe not as far back as jackets and tie's, but yes. A line has to be drawn somewhere, it is a family place after all. I'm thinking along the lines of suggestive or foul-language on T-shirts, mainly. I saw a guy two weeks ago at Disneyland wearing a t-shirt that compared beer to sex. It had 5 or 6 lines on it, each one more suggetive than the last. Disneyland shouldn't be the place for that, should it? I know someone's going to say "Well, if you were offended, you didn't have to read it! But we were in a line and the guy was like 3 feet from me for about 5 minutes. I couldn't help but read it.

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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    I don't think that it was that people HAD to, versus that was the way that they WANTED to.

    And yes, I much prefer the way that it "used to be"...

    I went to Grad Night at DL and I thoroughly enjoyed being in the Park and "dressed up".

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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    During the summer time I think shorts and flip flops and tank tops should be allowed - as long as that is not taken away.

    I do see insignia on various clothing that is just perposterous and obscene and should not be allowed in the parks.

    For instance, yesterday I saw clothing for the brand French Connection...and their 'insignia/brand" reads FCUK. Hello!? Do they think we're stupid? I've seen this ALL OVER t-shirts/jackets. We all know what the looks like - and to me, that is obscene and should not be allowed.

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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    I don't think the apparel of the guests should distract, compete with or contradict my park experience. Especially in the area of obsenity. most of the clothing that is immodest or extreme is exhibitionary and usually not flattering to the guest.

    I think the park should check out themed costumes to each guest and have high rise dressing rooms at the entrance to each land and make them change clothes every time they enter a different themed area. Park Admission is free but there is a small rental fee each time you change clothes. Average number of changes would be like 26. lands that have similar themes would honor the other's costumes. there would be one reversible costume that you could flip over to be in Critter Country and Frontierland, fur on the inside, suede on the outside. They would make far more money this way. Imagine every guest in themed costumes!
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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
    During the summer time I think shorts and flip flops and tank tops should be allowed - as long as that is not taken away.

    I do see insignia on various clothing that is just perposterous and obscene and should not be allowed in the parks.

    For instance, yesterday I saw clothing for the brand French Connection...and their 'insignia/brand" reads FCUK. Hello!? Do they think we're stupid? I've seen this ALL OVER t-shirts/jackets. We all know what the looks like - and to me, that is obscene and should not be allowed.
    Agreed.

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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverNeverland View Post
    If you wanna dress like that, go for it. Nobody's gonna stop you.
    That's not the question of this thread.

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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    I don't think it was as much a dress code, just people were a lot more decent and proper then.
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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    As long as there is more cloth showing than skin please. dland is for everyone but a person wouldn't dress ho-ish to chuckie cheese -.-
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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    I don't have a tie!! I can't go??
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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    Well...honestly...I’d have to go buy new clothes just to go to Disneyland if we had to get dressed up. I'm a broke college student who lives in jeans and crocs, I think I have like 2 dresses to my name and neither are appropriate for an amusement park. i think they would lose a lot of guests if they enforced a dress code so archaic. I understand the dislike of vulgar shirts and clothing, that one I agree on, but I completely disagree on enforcing a "Sunday best" dress code. I wouldn't go back to the parks if this were true.


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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    Better Dress Code = Better CM's, more polite too.

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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    how do you make that connection, i don't think the cloths make the man...or woman in many cases


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    Re: Should Disneyland Bring Back the Dress Codes of Yesterland

    Ok, then, as a girl, there's no way I'm wearing a skirt to Disneyland.
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