(adapted from the Disney Program Blog)
At WDW, our cast members are famous for their friendly, classic appearance. This look is not a coincidence, but a result of our cast members’ support of the Appearance Standards or, as we call it, the ‘Disney Look’.
Eyewear frames should be a conservative, neutral color and style, free from contrasting logos.
Sunglasses that allow the eyes to be seen through the lenses are permitted. Mirrored or opaque lenses are not permitted. Sunglasses are not to be worn at night, in dark areas, or indoors.
If glasses are not being worn, they must be put away. Wearing them on top of the head or hanging from a costume is not permitted. A discreet cord or chain is permitted in a solid, neutral color, free from ornamentation and decoration.
More about the Disney look head to toe:
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