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    Re: Dress Code?

    Personally, I think anyone who dresses so outrageous that it diverts attention from the park to them should be dismissed.

    I'm all in favor of being an individual (which has no basis on the way you dress to be honest) and having your own style, but people need to be within reason. There are plenty of places where you can wear whatever you want or how little you want, but I do think that Disney should have a definite line.

    Who determines what the line is and who's crossing it is beyond me, but it sort of defeats the purpose of Disneyland's clean, manicured, fantasy aura when something in direct contrast exists in it.

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    Re: Dress Code?

    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has shared their opinions, even if some do seem a bit closed minded.

    I spend weeks before I go to the park (I live in Nor Cal, and go about once a month), planning, designing, and making my outfits for the trip. Some are more outrageous then others, but all express how I am feeling at that point in my life. Most of the time I get complements on my attire, and sometimes asked silly questions, but over all I try to stick with the happy Disney feeling, even if that day is a "punk" day...of which there are many. I agree with the many people on the board who say that the "normal" people in some of there more...lacking attire, is way worse then the "alternative" ones.

    Reading this thread has been a great leaning experience about the people here on mice chat, and I once again say I am happy to be here.

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    Re: Dress Code?

    Is there a back story I'm missing? Why is the presumption that security was talking to the girl because of the way she was dressed. I've often chatted with security on plenty of topics that didn't involve their plans to control or remove me.

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    Re: Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by General You View Post
    I've often chatted with security on plenty of topics that didn't involve their plans to control or remove me.
    Right. Sure you have. Uh hu. :wink:
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    Re: Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
    I am sure she was not the only person out of up to 75,000 people that could potentially visit Disneyland in one day, who was dressed like that -- or even worse.

    So if a guest really gets me mad, I should complain about how they are dressed? Should I complain about the bright pink and purple blouse a woman is wearing because she was talking too loud in line? That's great if I can get anyone kicked out of the park just because I don't like what someone is wearing. That is a really great service Disney provides -- they should keep it up.
    ..perhaps you took my guess at what happened a little too far eh?

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    Re: Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by KISSman View Post
    It's nice to see that such an outfit can still bother people the way it was intended to. The day a girl can wear a black vinyl dress & big rocker boots in DL and not get the judgemental types all irritatated is the day it won't be any fun for them to wear such attire anymore.
    Ha! That is so true. I never thought about it like that. That the clothes are INTENDED to bother people.

    The day it stops bothering us is the day that they will STOP wearing it. What a great thought.

    Reminds me of that guy on "George of the Jungle" who wore "LEATHER" pants to the jungle!! He said he was "chaffing." HILARIOUS!

    Did I just say that?

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    Re: Dress Code?

    Is there a back story I'm missing? Why is the presumption that security was talking to the girl because of the way she was dressed.
    this makes sense, did DB actually see the girl get escorted out or hear the CM tell her it was because of her clothing, i know wha tthe picture looks like but mabye there's more to it
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    Re: Dress Code?

    The only problem with this persons outfit that I can see, is that it is REALLY short. I have a feeling that if we saw her from the back we could see that that is probably the only "offensive" thing about it. Disneyland lets people in all the time that wear this style of clothing, I see it quite frequently, so I don't think that she was singled out in any other way.
    The style that makes me say "What are the parents thinking" is when very young girls are wearing those sweat style pants with words like "CHEER" or something right across their butt!! Way to attract attention of all the men to your pubescent daughter's backside!!

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    Re: Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by aenobarbe View Post
    ..perhaps you took my guess at what happened a little too far eh?
    Yeah. I suppose I did. That really wasn't my whole intention. But I think the point I was making is a valid one... Its all cool!

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    Re: Dress Code?

    Funny story about appearance at Disneyland:

    Back in the 1960's my dad went to Disneyland with some friends, he was in high school at the time. Because of his long hair, the cast members at the main gate would not let him in. Frustrated, he says he went straight to casting and applied for a job. In his mind he was saying "Let's see them try to tell me they can't hire me because of my haircut!" He says he had good grades, stayed out of trouble, etc. so they would have no reason not to hire him. Well, casting told him he'd be eligible for two positions: Peter Pan in the parade (apparently back then parades were easier to get into), or graveyard shift. He chose graveyard shift, and I think worked there during college.

    25 years later he hassled me for my long hair. Of course I had to cut it to get a job there.
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    Re: Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney_Freak04 View Post
    http://darkbeer.smugmug.com/gallery/...138165835-L-LB

    Here is the link to the picture... It was in Darkbeers latest round of wonderful photos...
    HAH! I waited in line next to them at Storybook that night! They were really cool, and she had put some sort of tank top under her dress.

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    Re: Dress Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
    Yeah. I suppose I did. That really wasn't my whole intention. But I think the point I was making is a valid one... Its all cool!
    rock on, heated discussions are a really good thing!

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