For the first time since 2000, Disney Parks has relaxed dress code requirements at their theme parks. Female employees will now be allowed to bare their arms (as long as the straps are at least 3 inches thick, natch), wear capri pants and sling back shoes and skirts without pantyhose, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The guidelines were changed in 2000 to allow male employees to wear their hair in cornrows.
This is all fine and good for the lay staff at Disney, but what about poor Mickey Mouse or Cinderella? Those costumes must be sweltering in the summer sun of Florida (or any time of year in California, for that matter).
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