For the first time in a decade, Disney has relaxed its famously clean-cut theme-park dress code and is going to let employees wear only the "bare necessities," reports the Los Angeles Times.
The zippity-do-da good news applies mostly to female employees at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., as well as Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif.
Pantyhose are no longer mandatory with skirts (whew!), and ladies can finally sport sleeveless tops as long as the straps measure three inches wide, the newspaper reports.
Also new on the proper attire list: Capri pants and sling-back shoes.
Cinderella, though, is going to need a fairy godmother if she wants out of her heavy ball gown and glass slippers: The new Disney policy does not apply to theme-park characters.
(Poor Minnie Mouse. She has got to be so over that giant, retro hair bow!)
Still, this is the first major adaptation to the theme parks' dress code since 2000, when male employees were allowed to wear mustaches. Disney tweaked its rules a few years later to allow males to wear their hair in cornrows.
The company said its updated code followed a review of professional dress rules at other Fortune 500 companies.
"We are trying to stay relevant," Disneyland spokesperson Betsey Sanchez told the L.A. Times.
Speaking of Disney characters updating their look, check out what Miley Cyrus has been wearing lately as she sheds her carefully crafted "Hannah Montana" image.