Guest Causes Outrage Over Disney Outfit, Claims People Are Only Mad Because She’s Plus-Size

Plus Size TikToker
Credit: Sam Paige TikTok

One of the fastest-growing groups on social media is Disney influencers — whether they have a YouTube channel, an Instagram Page, or a TikTok.

There are some Disney pages that focus on food at Disney Parks, while others might just concentrate on Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World, and even Disneyland Paris. There is a Disney social media page that honors nearly every type of Disney fandom, Disney Park, Disney style, and Disney vacation.

Jason Jeter

Credit: Jason Jeter TikTok

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While some TikTokers and social media influencers have gotten a bad rep for bad behavior — like YouTubers who have been accused of visiting the Parks when they knowingly had COVID — others just love to share their theme park joy with the rest of the world.

One of those people who loves to focus on a fun page is TikToker Same Paige (@sampaigeeee). Sam has more than 3 million followers and loves to share inspiring body positivity videos, clips of her amazing costumes, and, of course, videos of her fun Disney trips. However, several videos she shared recently are going viral for not very positive reasons.

Sam Paige TikTok

Credit: Sam Paige

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Sam visited Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, wearing a pink top, white skort (skirt with shorts underneath), pink ears, and a pink fanny pack to complete the look. She then filmed several videos of herself dancing in front of Cinderella Castle. However, while many of the comments were positive and said that she looked fantastic, there were also number of comments saying that her outfit was inappropriate.


My fave place!!!

♬ original sound – A

Sam had nothing to do with the negative comments.

She made it clear — if her video was not clear enough — that she was wearing a shirt with sleeves and a skirt with shorts attached. Sam then slammed the trolls and negative commenters with the fact that they most likely didn’t like her outfit because she was a bigger woman.

She pointed out that plenty of smaller people have been seen around the Parks wearing more revealing things.

Sam shared another video of herself in front of Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom. This time, wearing a different outfit:


♬ Misty – Lesley Gore

Related: Cast Member Paves the Way For Plus Size Disney Performers

She even visited Disneyland Paris to take a TikTok video in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle:


Bff and I went to Disneyland Paris!

♬ original sound – Alex warren

She also visited Walt Disney World’s top competitor, Universal Orlando Resort, dressed with a Harry Potter theme in mind, as shown in the video below:


The crewwww made it to Universal

♬ sonido original – 2727

Related: Woman Disturbs Guests After Exposing Her “Cheeks” to Families at Disney

But was her pink outfit in the first video against Disney’s dress code?

The Disney World website currently states the following dress code:

Disney reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that is considered inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests. Attire that is not appropriate for the parks—and which may result in refusal of admittance—includes but is not limited to:

  • Costumes and costume masks, which may not be worn by Guests 14 years of age or older.
  1. Specific Halloween and Christmas events. See below.
  2. Some outfits inspired by Star Wars. Learn more
  • Clothing with objectionable material, including obscene language or graphics
  • Excessively torn clothing
  • Clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment
  • Clothing that touches or drags on the ground
  • Clothing with multiple layers is subject to search upon entry
  • Objectionable tattoos
Magic Kingdom

Credit: Disney

Related: Guest Caught Yelling at Cast Member Over Dress Code

Overall, Sam’s followers and many commenters loved what she wore. Many said that they loved the colors, and others wanted to know where she bought her shirt and where she had it.

Sam did not let the negative comments get her down, and she continued to post videos of her living her best life.

Do you think her pink outfit was ok for a day at Disney? Let us know in the comments. 

About Krysten Swensen

A born and bred New England girl living the Disney life in Southern California. I love to read, to watch The Golden Girls, and love everything to do with Disney and Universal. I also love to share daily doses of Disney on my Disney Instagram @BrazzleDazzleDisney!


  1. Yes, she was inappropriately dressed in the pink shirt and white skirt outfit and she knows it! Every other video she provided had her breasts had a little more coverage, which was the issue in the pink shirt. And no it is not because she is overweight!! I hate when women play dumb when they already know the answer.

  2. She should have been turned away at the gate. It’s fine to be able to express yourself but Disney has a dress code like it or not. Keep it clean

    • She want stopped for being oversized. Its because she was over exposed! That top could have a wardrobe malfunction at any time. Face it…she wore it for reaction and was unhappy with the results!

  3. Inappropriate for ANY size! I am so sick of see girls half dressed these days! Get some normal clothes on and quit trying to attention (bad or good). Think about it….. is that what you want your child looking at? And I don’t care what size you are. Cover up.

    • I agree with you the outfit was not appropriate for any size. It was an attention getter for her. Bless her heart that she needed such attention.

    • My thoughts exactly! My daughter is tiny and wears very (booty) revealing outfits but not to a family oriented place. She knows the difference. I know one year, we went to universal and a lady was wearing a thong and pasties with a fishnet suit over it and both of my daughters said “she has a very nice body but that is not family appropriate”.

  4. She is a beautiful plus size lady and it is good to be proud of yourself….BUT…that is not appropriate for a park with a lot of children….very inappropriate!

  5. So, she needs to be excused and used wherever she wants just because she is overweight?
    Extremely bad that Disney security didn’t apply the rules according

  6. Extremely inappropriate! But she knows this and did it for attention. This is a family place, with young children, if she wants to dress like she is going to a club than go to a club not Disney! Shame on her

  7. I’m plus size and I would be totally EMBARRASSED to dress in anything that remotely looked like what she was wearing. I’m not ashamed of my body (and I know I need to lose a lot of weight), but to dress like to me is inconceivable. There’s a difference between dressing to be trendy and looking like god-knows-what!. I get that (much) smaller and thinner people may wear this type of outfit, but they may not look good in it either. You have to draw the line somewhere, but sorry, this doesn’t do it.

  8. All the other outfits were terrific, even the Harry Potter themed one (although it was a bit too short as well). I just think that a woman/girl of any size or shape shouldn’t wear revealing clothing to a Disney park. The top was too exposed and the skort too short. I’m not a “wear high-necked tops and calf length skirts” person, but I do prefer not to see exposed breasts and butt cheeks at DL. Girls are allowed in wearing shorts with their cheeks exposed, and I find it inappropriate.
    I do like the HP outfit with the tie. It’s really cute. And I don’t even like skirts! Haven’t owned one in over 34 years, lol.

  9. She’s a few years away from serious health issues like diebetes and high blood pressure, unless she already has those. If she thinks her obesity is healthy, she’s in for a rude awakening. Being on drugs is not a cure for illness it’s just there to keep you alive.

    People like her is the reason Disney and to dig the trenches deeper in it’s a Small World and add more floaters to boats because the weight bogged down the boats. Those rides were designed in the 60’s long before fast food and junk food became the normal diet of Americans

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