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  • Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

    I have the cutest, lightest, easiest to wear skirts I picked up this summer and was wondering if I would be out of place if I wore them to DL. I have been looking at trip reports posted here, but it seems that people are either wearing shorts or long pants. I don't have the nicest legs for shorts and I think long pants would be too hot. But like I said, I have some cute skirts that I think look good on me.

    So, would I look odd wearing a skirt to DL? Like someone out of the 50s? Or shouldn't I even care what people in the park think? Thanks for your advice.



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    Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

    I say, wear what you want and who cares what anyone else thinks.

    Personally the only time Ive ever worn a skirt to the park was on Gradnight and that was 11 years ago.
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    • #3
      Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

      I haven't but just because of how you have to sit sometimes and what not.
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      • #4
        Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

        Originally posted by DisneyGal View Post
        I haven't but just because of how you have to sit sometimes and what not.
        That's what I was thinking. Doesn't the Matterhorn have you sitting with a person between your legs? Are there any other rides that are weird like that?


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        • #5
          Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

          I wear whatever I'm comfortable wearing.

          I don't recall ever wearing a skirt to DL, but all my skirts are more work skirts.

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          • #6
            Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

            Wish I could wear a skirt to the park...
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            • #7
              Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

              Originally posted by Nancywitt View Post
              That's what I was thinking. Doesn't the Matterhorn have you sitting with a person between your legs? Are there any other rides that are weird like that?
              Splash Mountain might be difficult too.
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              • #8
                Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

                First off as long as your wearing something appropriate and comfy to you its OK. If you are a bigger gal like me please do not wear a mini-skirt and tummy bearing shirt, no reason to scare the children or other adults.

                I have worn dresses and comfy skirts to the park and have never had a problem. Just make sure to tuck your dress on rides like the Matterhorn (where you can ride as a single) and you'll have no worries.
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                • #9
                  Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

                  And wear panties :judge: Because really.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

                    I've worn skirts to the park and had a date who wore a skirt. Everything was fine.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

                      I'm all about skirts & dresses, but then again I don't really ride on the Matterhorn or Splash Mountain all that much these days with my toddler in tow. I wouldn't worry about feeling out of place because I do see quite a few dresses & skirts at DL.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

                        I've worn a dress to DL before. But we didn't go on any rides - it was when I was there with my fiance for our engagement pictures.

                        Yeah, wear what you want. You'll have fun either way!
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                        • #13
                          Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

                          I've worn a skirt or dress a couple of times. Don't worry about feeling out of place.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

                            I love wearing skirts to the parks. I actually think they're cooler than shorts or capris when it's a hot day.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Hey girls, have you ever worn a skirt or dress to the parks?

                              I don't think you'll be out of place if you wear a skirt, just be careful on the rides. If you like it and it's comfortable for you to wear then just do it!

                              I've never done it, but then again, i'm anti-skirt/dress unless forced against my will.
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