What Star Wars Fans Can and CAN’T Wear to Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland

What hardcore Star Wars fan wouldn’t want to dress as a Star Wars character when visiting Galaxy’s Edge?

The good news is that yes, adults technically can dress as a character, but it works a bit like Disneybounding. That is, you can wear attire that is Star Wars inspired but that won’t be confused for official costumed cast members.

It seems that Disney was getting bombarded with questions about what is and is not acceptable attire, so they clarified things on the Disney Parks Blog…

For off-worlders visiting Batuu and dressing in attire befitting their stories, the current Disneyland Resort costume policy remains in effect in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

While costumes may not be worn by guests 14 years of age or older, appropriate bounding—dressing in outfits inspired by Star Wars—is permitted. The following guidelines will help you arrive to Batuu in style. Proper footwear must be worn. 

Permitted attire includes:

  • Bounding: piecing together traditional clothing items that when worn together, serve as a recognizable tribute to Star Wars characters
  • Batuuan attire: wearing outfits inspired by the villagers of Batuu—muted tones, vests, layers, etc.

Not permitted attire includes:

Bounding for your visit to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Resort - Not Permitted Attire

  • All robes or military-style attire
  • Masks, face paint, elaborate headwear, blasters or holsters (lightsabers are allowed) or hard items such as body armor, helmets or kneepads
  • Full character suits

Please note some of the items sold in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge cannot be worn inside the land.

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