Disneyland PhotoPass Cast Members in new costume

Disneyland PhotoPass Photographers Debut New Ventilated Green & Blue Costumes

Shannen Ace

Disneyland Resort PhotoPass photographers debuted new breathable, ventilated blue and green costumes on Thursday.

New PhotoPass Photographer Costumes

Disneyland PhotoPass photographer wearing new costume
Source: Instagram user @theneverlandpixel

Cast Members modeled the new look for @theneverlandpixel, who shared these photos with us with permission to post. The department has been testing new costumes for about a year — since Walt Disney World PhotoPass photographers debuted their new environmentally-friendly green costumes. The photographers previously wore white shirts, tan vests, and blue pants.

The new vests are white with a light blue chevron panel across the front and back. Green trim features the PhotoPass logo and wordmark. The vests have large front pockets and zip up.

Disneyland PhotoPass vest
Source: Instagram user @theneverlandpixel

The vests also have small side zippers for those photographers who clip their cameras on their sides.

Disneyland PhotoPass shirt sleeve
Source: Instagram user @theneverlandpixel

There are short-sleeve and long-sleeve shirt options. Both feature a blue and green design with a triangular pattern and PhotoPass patch on the sleeves. The shirts are made of a breathable material and have perforated underarms for ventilation. The sleeves have also been adjusted for better mobility, so the shirt doesn’t come untucked when the photographer raises their arm.

PhotoPass pants
Source: Instagram user @theneverlandpixel

The pants, which are a similar dark blue as the previous style, are made of a stretchy material, including spandex. One pair has eight pockets — two in the front, two in the back, and four cargo-style pockets on the sides. The cuffs are also easily adjustable to fit with different footwear.

Do you like the new look for PhotoPass Cast Members? Let us know in the comments!

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