Disney Work Costumes

Costume Fittings

One of the most exciting CP moments is going to Disney costuming for the first time and being fitted for your work costume. You’re allowed to check out up to five complete work costumes at a time, plus accessories like a jacket and hat, if your costume has one.

When your costume gets dirty or wrinkled, you can just trade it in for a clean one. Costumes can also be machine washed and, now that we have a washer/dryer unit in our apartment, we don’t go to costuming as often.

Each of the Parks has its own costuming warehouse, with the one for the Magic Kingdom being the largest.

On our way to Animal Kingdom costuming.

On our way to Animal Kingdom costuming.

Magic Kingdom costuming

Animal Kingdom costuming

Here are some of the various costumes that we’ve worn during our internship:

Animal Kingdom costumes:

Discovery Island Merchantile

Discovery Island Merchantile

It's a jungle out there...

It’s a jungle out there…

Caroline in her stocking

Caroline in her DAK stocking “mud” costume.

The AK costume jacket. Warm!

The AK costume jacket. Warm! Only size left XXXL

Beautiful!!

Beautiful!!

Downtown Disney costumes:

Pin Traders

Pin Traders at DTD

Days of Christmas

Days of Christmas

Tren-D

Tren-D

Team Mickey (now closed)

Team Mickey (now closed)

DTD Zone 1 Coordinator

DTD Zone 1 Coordinator

Magic Kingdom costume:

Agrabah Bazaar

Agrabah Bazaar

We LOVE having our washer/dryer in the apartment!!!

We LOVE having a washer/dryer in our apartment at The Commons!!!

costumes

Disney sizing chart follows European sizing, so if you are normally a size 14 womens, for Disney costumes, you’ll be a size 18 or 20!  😥

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working together at DAK

Working together at DAK.

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3 thoughts on “Disney Work Costumes

  1. sandykarpie says:

    Thanks for the behind the scenes picture of the Magic Kingdom costume warehouse. So cool. Looks like you guys have fun on the job.

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