Friday, January 11, 2008

Most Tacky Fabulous Uniform in Orlando

This is almost an impossible category because of the huge number of contenders, but let's at least consider a few - after all, where else but in Central Florida does somebody get up in the morning and put this on before they punch in?

When I was working at Disney during college, I whined and complained about the polyester shirts and pleated pants that were required of all "Backstage Studio Tour Guides." What can I say - I'm a Jersey chick and I wanted something shorter and tighter with a few rhinestones to bling it up. My bosses, instead, transferred me to the Muppetvision 3D attraction, where I really had something to bitch about - while donning a lab coat, goggles, green painter's cap and the standard-issue orange high tops.

Moving on to Exhibit B - Here's a cast member at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. They're the ones who doll-up little girls to look like fairy princesses. (In the name of research, I called and found out there is no maximum age for the makeover and photo shoot - so my appointment is next Thursday after my pole-dancing aerobics class!)

By the way, if you'd like to dress like a Disney ride attendant, food services worker or monorail operator in the privacy of your own home, there is somebody on eBay actually selling these hot items.
photos courtesy of: (in order) and and somebody's vacation, and the aforementioned somebody on ebay.


Kronos said...

So how did the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique makeover go?

Tacky Fabulous said...

I'm sorry to report The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique doesn't provide "wardrobe for big girls" - only for kids!!! It's sort of a BYOT thing (bring your own tiara), so I've rescheduled and I'm now waiting on a Cinderella gown on special order. I'll keep you posted Kronos!