Adults are not allowed to wear costumes to Disney World theme parks, because this can be confusing to many children. I imagine a five-year-old standing in line to see Cinderella, yet standing next to an adult dressed like Cinderella. The only exception to this rule is Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, because everyone is dressing up in costumes. Disney even encourages adults to dress up on their website, “Don your favorite costume and get ready to trick-or-treat at this Halloween-themed event held each fall in Magic Kingdom park!”
But ladies, this is not the time and place for the following racy costumes, which we found on Yandy.com. Now that said, I have included prices for the outfits, because Halloween is a very popular holiday among adults. The National Retail Foundation reports that more than 157 million Americans will celebrate Halloween this year. Up to eight in ten millennials indicate they plan something fun with their friends, which usually means a Halloween-themed party. Total spending on Halloween items in 2015 will top $6.9 billion, with the average American celebrating planning to spend $74 on decorations, candy, costumes and more. So lots of adults will be attending Halloween parties, and some of you might like these Disney themed (or tie in) costumes for these parties. But they won’t be appropriate for a family party with loads of kids running around like Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Don’t do it. Don’t wear these there.
Mickey and Minnie costumes are really popular in this website, which comes as no big surprise given the popularity of Disney characters.
Ok, so I could actually see this costume getting through the gates. The top isn’t that low cut, comparatively, and the skirt is longer than some high school cheerleader uniforms I have seen at pep rallies. Pretty Pin-Up Mouse Costume for $69.95.
If you thought that last gal barely had on any clothes, check this one out. I really would put this in the bathing suit category, although it probably does’t have the same effect soaking wet. Sexy Green Sequin Fairy Costume for $69.95
I have to give these Snow White costumes a possible AOK pass. This costume really isn’t that low cut, but the shirt is pretty short, especially when viewed from the back. There are probably some Run Disney outfits that may be shorter than this. Sultry Snow Costume for $118.95.
And this may be the only costume with a Disney theme that wouldn’t embarrass your grandma if you showed up at her home to Trick er Treat. It looks neither low cut or too short, and the price is pretty low! Fever Fairytale Costume for $28.95.
Sexy Rocket Babe Costume for$67.95. My first thought was, “Don’t let Woody see this.” But actually, other than the too-short top, the skirt length is not all that bad. Ditch the leggings, and this might be kinda cute for a Run Disney event. You’ll probably need a more supportive top though!
Star Wars fans, we couldn’t leave you out of this inappropriate mess.
Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you in the parks, dressed in something appropriate..
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