A Disneyland guest was questioned for his costumes and almost coded outfits

Last year, Disney’s clothing code went viral. It all started with a video from TikToker Amanda DiMeo, who explained that wearing inappropriate clothing to a Walt Disney World resort could result in receiving a “Free Disney T-shirt of your choice.”

Credit: Screenshot via Amanda DiMeo TikTok

This week, Disneyland Resort’s dress code got extra attention. Alsace (@alsace.cos), who shares cosplay shows on TikTok, Post a video Of herself dressed as Malleus from Twisted Wonderland, a video game originally from Japan starring Disney heroes:


Perfectly cooked in the boogie line, recording tiktoks in the meantime # retweet # retweet # O Lord # O Lord # O Lord #twst

♬ original sound – 🎧

A commentator asked Alsace about Disney’s dress code and dress code, since fancy dress and costumes are usually banned from the Disneyland resort. In a video response, Alsace clarified that it was almost blocked From entering the Disney parks:



Once Upon a Time by Lana – 𖤐

Since Alsace has been visiting Disneyland Resort for Oogie Boogie Bash, her costumes are allowed. However, members of the downtown Disney security staff questioned her about the outfit before she could enter the Disney parks.

Oogie Boogie Bash costume rules

Credit: Inside the Magic

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The dress code at Disneyland Resort is more lenient at Oogie Boogie Bash, allowing guests to trick-or-treat at their best this Halloween. From Disney:

Themed clothing is encouraged – but be sure to check out the important guidelines.

Disney reserves the right to refuse entry or remove anyone who wears clothing deemed inappropriate or that could detract from the experience of other guests. All guests can dress up as their favorite character during the event, but these guidelines must be followed as determined by Disney alone:

  • All guests may dress up as their favorite character, but may not take photos or sign autographs for other guests.
  • Costumes should be family friendly and may not be obstructive, offensive, objectionable or violent.
  • Costumes may not contain any items that resemble (or are easily confused with) a real weapon.
  • Costumes may not contain sharp/pointed objects or materials that may accidentally hit another guest.
  • Layered or full-body props are strongly not recommended and may be subject to additional security screening.
  • Costumes may not hit the floor or pull on the floor (for example, full-length princess dresses).

For guests 13 years of age or younger

  • Costumes and some costume masks may be worn as long as the entire face is not covered and the eyes are visible.
  • Face coverings may be required; Please review Current policy regarding face coverings.
Guests at Villain's Grove at Oogie Boogie Bash
Credit: Disney

For guests 14 years of age or older

  • Capes can be worn if the length is not less than the waist.
  • Themed shirts, blouses, blouses and hats are allowed.
  • Acceptable accessories include transparent wings, light plastic swords, toy swords and tutus.
  • Headgear can be worn as long as it does not cover the face.
  • Costume masks of any kind may not be worn.
  • Face coverings may be required; Please review Current policy regarding face coverings.

Guests who do not comply with these guidelines may be refused entry and/or excluded from the event, unless their or her uniform can be modified to meet the above criteria. While creativity is encouraged, we also value safety and good judgment. The above rules only apply during event hours – standard park dress codes apply during all other times. All rules, regulations and guidelines are subject to change without notice.

What’s the Oogie Boogie Bash costume or Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party costume this year?

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