The Dapper Day Fall Soiree is back at Disneyland Resort on Friday, Sept. 12. There's an expo at the Grand Californian Hotel on Sept. 12 and 13.
REPEAT VIEWING: If you're a fan of a classic theme park attraction -- say, Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room -- then you likely know the feeling of wanting to repeat the experience of sitting under the singing birds (and flowers!) a few times during the day. Just once more, you think. That just-one-more-time line of thinking folds into a lot of Disney-type diversions very well, especially because you can feel that you missed something on the ride's first go-around. And Dapper Day? That very same principle applies. You know the event that comes around twice a year where people dress up, many in vintage togs, and visit Disneyland Resort? The outfits are so swanky and panache-filled and pretty that it can be difficult not to look at them all, once you land on the Dapper Day Instagram or Facebook accounts. There's something about seeing the perfect '70s necktie or 1940s shrug against the also-retro-y background of the park's carousel or Main Street that inspires you to keep clicking (and clicking and clicking) on photographs. In short? Dapper Day and the Magic Kingdom make for a match made in a fashion-setting daydream. Eager to participate in the retro spectacular? Be at the park on...
FRIDAY, SEPT. 12: That is Dapper Day for the fall -- or the "Fall Soiree," if you prefer -- and you'll just need to pay admission to the park, like you normally might. Only you'll be in heels and stockings or a vest and suspenders, and a lot of other people will be, too. There's also a new Dapper Day Expo at the Grand Californian Hotel on Friday, Sept. 12 and Saturday, Sept. 13. So should you forget an old-school hat, or you want to pick up some snazzy cufflinks, that's your sartorial spot. Nope, you don't have to dress in vintage gear -- contemporary classiness is a-ok -- for simply looking spiffy is the happy order of the day. Up to it?
THEN... get inspired by photos. Just note: You'll think "just one more" over and over as you look through these swanky snaps.