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Disneyland Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be able to recreate the worlds of a galaxy far, far, far, far away, but that doesn’t mean that the guests will be able to dress how they want to be.
“Star Wars” fans have a history of dressing up as your favorite character, or perhaps just to wear the outfits that is inspired by the hit movie series. Unfortunately, if they are on a visit to the Galaxy’s Edge, they will have to follow a strict dress code.
The external communications manager for the Disneyland Resorts, and Kevin Rafferty, Jr. they had a post with the clarification of the park’s dress code on the Disney Parks Blog. Please note that guests under the age of 14 years old can dress up in a costume, but anyone older should have some guidelines for you to follow. It is also worth noting that, according to the post, “are some of the items to be sold in Star Wars: the Galaxy s Edge, it will not be carried on in the country.”
Guests are not permitted to wear the robes or military-style clothing. Also prohibited are the masks, make-up, elaborate headgear, along with the blasters, and a blaster holsters, body armor, helmets, and knee pads. You are also not allowed to transfer a character to fit.
It is, however, the wearing of traditional dress that is “, when shared, serve as a distinctive tribute to the “Star Wars” characters.”
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It’s also OK to dress up in Batuuan clothes. Batuu is a fictional planet in the Galaxy s Edge, it is meant to be. Apparently, Batuuans dress in muffled tones, jackets and coats.” The post included two photos with appropriate and inappropriate attire for the theme park.
A spokesman for Disney, told Fox News that the Galaxy s Edge will have the same costume, in policy as well as the rest of the park, they just wanted to make it clear.
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Basically, if you want to walk around dressed up as Chewbacca for the day in the warm California weather, you’re going to have to do it from the Disneyland resort property.