Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Costume Guidelines

Walt Disney World offers Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Costume Guidelines

In order to avoid confusion over what guests are allowed to wear in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, Walt Disney World has released the following guidelines to help you enjoy your day without being confused for actual characters.

Disney – Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge officially opens at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on Aug. 29. Just like any other destination for travelers throughout the galaxy, there are trends and fashions to keep in mind as you think about what to wear.

As we shared earlier this year when Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened at Disneyland Resort, younglings aged 13 and under are welcome to wear costumes for their visit. This includes masks, as long as they provide unobstructed peripheral vision at all times with openings that allow the eyes to be fully seen.

Costumes and masks may not be worn by guests 14 and older (except when special event costume rules apply), so here are a few recommendations for other ways to be in style on Batuu.

Approved outfit to wear to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

Whether you’re a fan of the First Order, the Resistance, smugglers or even droids, you are welcome to wear outfits inspired by their looks. When it comes to the residents of this galaxy far, far away, they have a unique style that’s easy to replicate. If you want to fit in with the locals, stick to a color palette of muted earth tones and focus on natural materials with a rugged, handmade look.

There are First Order Stormtroopers patrolling Black Spire Outpost, so to avoid any mix-ups, guests should not wear armor or uniforms. Also, you’ll only see one Wookiee – Chewbacca – around the village, so no wook-alikes will be permitted.

Costumes not appropriate for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

Please see the Walt Disney World Resort rules for guest attire for more information. During the season when Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween Party takes place, special event costume rules apply so adults may dress in costume if they are attending the party.

KtP – When my brother and I attended the opening day of Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland, we saw several young ladies that resembled Rey, so I can see how it would confuse some guests if you were dressed like Han, Leia, Rey or Yoda.

2 thoughts on “Walt Disney World offers Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Costume Guidelines”

  1. I was there on Saturday, and when you say “dressed like Rey” that doesn’t even begin to describe how good these ladies looked. I saw one young woman that I thought was an employee, because she was looked to be demonstrating one of the animals in front of a store. I took a picture of her, and her mother came over and asked why I was taking pictures of her adult daughter. She totally had me fooled. I explained the situation to the mom, and apologized.

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