“Frozen cosplayers are easily the worst behaved fans I’ve ever seen at conventions. I have witnessed a lot of them act really conceited and cliquish, make fun of other Disney cosplayers and people who win the contests, and act cheesy and rude when they don’t get enough attention. They act like children, and as someone who likes Frozen, it’s really disappointing to see. However, with the current way the fandom’s been acting, I’m actually not surprised. I hope that they can clean up their act soon.”
“If she could learn to love another, and earn his love in return by the time the last petal fell, then the spell would be broken. If not, she would be doomed to remain a beast for all time. As the years passed, she fell into despair and lost all hope. For who could ever learn to love a beast?”
I saw a HORRIBLY worded post on this topic. And it frankly appalled me that it was written by a cast member. So, I’m gonna word this better for your sakes…
Unless you are 10 or younger, costumes are not allowed to be worn by guests at the Disney parks. This is to avoid confusion. I fully understand that you want to cosplay and get pictures in character in the parks, but there is another way to go about it.
You see, there’s a special time during October that the Disney parks host a Halloween event. If you have signed up for said event, you can go into the parks hosting that event in costume! The catch is, it must be non-offensive and not scary/gory.
So, in the mean time, try wearing apparel that showcases your interest. I’ve met many cast members and guests whom love horror movies, video games, and cosplay this way.
If you’re trying to get kicked out for being in costume, just a heads up that I’ve seen people taken away by authorities.
On one final note~! Please be respectful of the cast members and other guests. Have fun, be safe, and enjoy your time at the Disney parks!