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VIDEO: Guest Is Disney Dress-Coded Over Conservative Attire

Disney guest dress coded for long conservative skirt
Credit: @southerndisneybelle on TikTok / Canva

“Dress-coded” is being sent home or forced to change clothes for breaking a dress code. It’s a more common practice in schools than in theme parks…

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Like most other theme parks around the globe, Walt Disney World Resort has an official dress code policy for guests. Last year, there was a huge trend on social media where many people wore inappropriate clothing at a Disney Park.

Why exactly? Because doing so could get you a free Disney shirt of your choice so you to cover up something inappropriate without the Disney Park having to remove you.

Related: Controversial Disney Ad Features Man Dressed as Minnie Mouse

As a result, Walt Disney World Resort (and Disneyland Resort) were forced to become stricter with dress code enforcement as more and more guests were dressing inappropriately.

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Disney’s Dress Code

“Disney reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that is considered inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests,” Walt Disney World Resort states.

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“Attire that is not appropriate for the parks—and which may result in refusal of admittance,” the policy continues.

Related: VIDEO: Irate Disney World Guest Screams at Cast Member Over Dress Code

Forbidden attire includes (but is not limited to): “costumes and costume masks, which may not be worn by Guests 14 years of age or older…Clothing with objectionable material, including obscene language or graphics; excessively torn clothing; clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment; clothing that touches or drags on the ground; clothing with multiple layers is subject to search upon entry; objectionable tattoos.”

Related: VIDEO: Guest Pushes the Limit and Breaks Walt Disney World’s Dress Code With Inappropriate T-Shirt Design

It makes sense that Walt Disney World Resort, an international and family-based vacation destination, wants to provide an environment without guests wearing costumes or outfits that could offend others.

No family wants to be subjected to sexually explicit content, foul language, profane tattoos or other content that would be inappropriate to wear around young children.

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A TikToker recently shared her story of being dress-coded at Disney. But it wasn’t because she was wearing clothes exposing her belly button or showing too much leg (as other guests have been dress-coded for). On the contrary, her skirt was too long.

Disney Dress-Coded

TikToker @southerndisneybelle unintentionally violated Walt Disney World Resort’s dress code. In a shared video of herself in a long skirt at Magic Kingdom Park, she states she “got dress-coded.”

@southernsolobelle

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The Influencer’s skirt was so long that it dragged on the ground. This can be both a tripping hazard for other guests and poses a risk of getting tangled in moving walkways or other machinery (such as on the PeopleMover, Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean exit, and other rides).

Related: Is It Worth It to Dress Your Children Up at Walt Disney World?

However, she also mentions that a Disney cast member was “kind enough to pin my skirt higher.”

TikTok Influencer after disney dress coded

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If you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World Resort (or any major theme park), it’s always a good idea to familiarize yourself with the dress codes. Just because you may not see anything objectionable with your outfit doesn’t mean it won’t be in violation in one way or another.

About Steven Wilk

Steven has a complicated relationship with Disney. As a child, he visited Walt Disney World every few years with his family. But he never understood why kids his age (and older) were so scared of Snow White or Alien Encounter. He is a former participant of the Disney College Program (left early…long story), and he also previously worked in Children’s publishing, where he adapted multiple Disney movies and TV shows. He has many controversial opinions about Disney…like having a positive view of Michael Eisner, believing Return of the Jedi is superior to The Empire Strikes Back, and that Toy Story Land and Galaxy’s Edge should have never been built (at least not at Hollywood Studios). Every year for the past two decades, Steven has visited either Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Aulani or went on a Disney Cruise. He’s happy to share any and all knowledge of the Disney destinations (and he likes using parenthesis a lot…as well as ellipses…)