Be sure to check the costume guidelines before your pack for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland. While costumes are not allowed you may be able to dress like your favorite characters in a different way.
Star Wars has come to life at Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland attracting fans of all ages. But before you debate upon whether to pack your Stormtrooper armor or your Jedi robes, you will need to know the costume guidelines.
No standby lines, no guest costumes allowed in Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland concisely explained that unfortunately, “visitors over the age of 13 will not be able to wear the Star Wars robes and other costume pieces sold in the land while visiting the theme park.”
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However, there is an alternative way to show off your Star Wars style with Disneybounding and Batuuan attire.
Disneybounding is the growing trend that has made it possible so that adults could dress like their favorite Disney characters by using traditional clothing and accessories. Batuuan attire is, “outfits inspired by the villagers of Batuu – including muted tones, vests, layers, etc.”
The best thing about Disneybounding is that it enables guests to get creative. There is no limit to the characters you can become with clothing you may already have in your home.
For a better understanding as to which outfits are permitted and not permitted at Galaxy’s Edge read Disneyland releases costume guidelines for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge here.
What do you think about the costume guidelines? Will you try Disneybounding or Batuuan attire? Leave your answers in the comment section below. I’d love to read them!