Top Five Theme Park Fashion Mistakes.

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Top Five Theme Park Fashion Mistakes.

1. “The Fanny Pack Avenger.”  Remember back in the early 90s when people first started wearing fanny packs?  Remember how great they were? Yeah, me neither.   But, you can laugh now, but when you need a band-aid or a can of Fix-a-Flat or just about anything, guess who you’ll be asking for help? I love this article by Brenda called Fanny Packs: Just say no!

 

Top Five Theme Park Fashion Mistakes.

2. The “Not-So-Rugged Individualist.”  Okay, I can’t pick on this guy because I kind of love him. Plus, the boots.  They’re pretty great, huh?  This guy doesn’t care what you think and he is all the more awesome for it.

Top Five Theme Park Fashion Mistakes.

3. The “One Hot Momma.”  This momma doesn’t stop, even for the theme parks. She’s usually spotted in more skimpy attire, but the one thing she has in common with all Hot Mommas is her devotion to high heels. Just look at Victoria Beckham, otherwise known as “Posh Spice,” walking around Disneyland. Note the big purse, office-ready attire, and the dangerously high heels that are her signature shoe.  Hat’s off to you, Posh and all the other Hot Mommas:   I’m pretty sure I couldn’t walk around all day in a theme park in four-inch spike heels.

Top Five Theme Park Fashion Mistakes.

4.  Mr. “Socks with Sandals.”  You know what? I’ve done this. Let’s just move on.

Top Five Theme Park Fashion Mistakes.

5.  “Offensive T-Shirt Guy.”  Offensive T-Shirt Guy would like you to know that he’s so bad, he’s wearing an obscene t-shirt that he bought for $14.99–in a theme park!  I know, I was impressed too!  Sometimes this guy gets past security and you’re stuck behind him waiting for Splash Mountain.   Encourage him to sit in the front seat when his turn comes.

What are some of the fashion mistakes you have seen at the Disney Parks? Let us know in the comment box below.

Chris writes here and at Everything Walt Disney World. She’s also a travel agent and a member of the Mouse Chat podcast. Email her at ChrisW@PixieVacations.com or call 919-889-5281 for free concierge level planning and a free Disney gift card when you book your next vacation.

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4 thoughts on “Top Five Theme Park Fashion Mistakes.

  1. What do you use to carry your things if not a fanny pack? I prefer my hands and shoulders free and don’t bring tons of crap to the park.

  2. The over 40 woman who insist on dressing as cheerleaders, sweetie, we all know you aren’t in high school anymore!

    And the teen kids in full-goth layered regalia and chains and make-up and hair-gel, in the Florida heat. I have always wanted to see what one of them looks like when they get off of Splash Mountain!

    I remember seeing a woman upon entering MK one morning, in a fancy dress and 4 inch bejeweled spike heeled shoes. Saw her later in the day in an expensive pair of Disney crocs . . .

  3. The ones I don’t like the most are the ones with the stick figure shirts that have to do with sex on them…Especially when my little one thinks the stick people are funny and trying to figure out what they are doing to each other on the shirt…Please people be considerate of others.I would much rather see a speedo than these shirts.

  4. how about the overweight and/or extremely hairy people who insist on wearing the skimpiest of outfits? I mean, I’ve been overweight at the parks, but I refuse to show the world any extra rolls I may have! Those super-deep underarm openings that let us look all the way through the shirt–except for the fat or hair in the way–are so not cool. And these people are ALWAYS just ahead of me in line. Eww.

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