Monday, February 20, 2012

Female Guidelines

Hair Confinement and Accessories
In keeping with the Disney Look and costume theming, the following guidelines for hair accessories apply:
Accessories no larger than one inch (approximately 2.5 cm) wide (approximately 2.5 cm) wide and four inches (approximately 10 cm) long are acceptable. Headbands, hair ribbons, or hair ties are acceptable, provided that they are no wider than one inch (2.5 cm).

Accessories must be a neutral color (silver, gold, tortoiseshell, black, clear or pearl) or a solid color that matches the costume.

No more than three small accessories may be worn at once.

Headwear
The only hats and sun visors that may be worn are those issued by Costuming as part of the costume. Check with Costuming for the proper positioning of the hat.

Jewelry
Rings, earrings and a classic business-style wristwatch are permitted.

Necklaces, bracelets and ankle bracelets are not permitted. A medical-alert necklace, bracelet or ankle bracelet is acceptable.

Earrings must be a simple, matched pair in gold, silver or a color that blends with the costume. One earring in each ear is permitted. Earrings may be clip-on or pierced, post, hoop or dangle and must be worn on the bottom of the earlobe. Earrings may not exceed the size of a quarter.

Only one ring on each hand is permitted, with the exception of a wedding set. A ring may be worn on any finger.

Footwear
The required shoes for a costumed area differ based on the role and the theming of the costume. Before buying work shoes or hosiery, cast members should check with their leaders to ensure proper style and color. It is recommended that cast members wear slip-resistant rubber-soled shoes in all areas as a safety precaution. Approved shoes and socks are required the first day in costume. Cast members are responsible for guaranteeing that shoes are kept clean, polished and in good repair at all times.

For areas requiring a dress shoe or athletic shoe, shoes must be solid in color with no contrasting logos or markings and made of a polishable material such as leather. In certain limited areas, other styles of shoes may be required. For specific guidelines, please check with the local Costuming area.

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