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Epcot: New Costumes for Canada Pavilion Debuting Soon


Brand-new Cast Member costumes will soon be seen around the Canada pavilion at Epcot. For the design, all of Canada is included with the iconic check and maple leaf patterned fabric, which was created specially for the Walt Disney World Resort. The vest includes the Northwestern influence of Canada with native influences from French and Native American design. When the weather cools down, the winter wear includes a nod to iconic Canadian trappers with a plaid trapper's hat.


Here you are photos showing the NEW male and female versions of this costume, including the winter coat:


Just for reference, here you are some photos showing the OLD Canada costumes, including winter wear:


When designing the new costumes for Canada, Walt Disney World's Creative Costuming made sure that they were as comfortable as they are beautiful. The material for the costumes is a polyester-cotton blend and both men's and women's shirts have underventing for coolness. The vests have a special performance-grade, moisture wicking mesh back for comfort and can be taken off in times of high heat.

The new costumes will debut in Canada on Monday, July 28, 2014.

PHOTOS AND COSTUMES: © Walt Disney World Resort/Creative Costuming. All rights reserved.

Comments

  1. OMG. Just when I thought the uniforms couldn't get any uglier, here it is. There is not a Canadian anywhere who would ever be caught dead in these clothes- including the stereotyped lumberjack!

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  2. Aw, I think they're much nicer than the old uniforms. The castmember outfits are never the height of fashion. Just look at what they make them wear in Fantasyland.

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  3. So glad I worked there 10 years ago when it was still the shorts and kulots for the women.....these are just awful!!!

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  4. I am so glad that I only worked in the restaurant 10 years ago.

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  5. they look kinda too hot to wear in Florida. I get the Sudbury dinner jacket look but I don't really see the Canada connection overall

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