Visiting the highly popular Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge anytime soon? If so, you might want to get acquainted with Disney's updated dress code for the well-loved Star Wars themed attraction. As it stands, visitors to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge have to abide by certain do's and don'ts when it comes to their outfit, in order to enjoy the out-of-the-world experience fully.

Disney has nothing against cosplayers who turn up at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, however, visitors aged 14 and above are not allowed to don full character costumes. All Star Wars fans can turn up at the attraction in outfits inspired by the movie franchise, such as the Batuuan attire which comprises muted colors, vests, layers etc. Star Wars fans can also embrace bounding by assembling traditional clothing items and then wearing these pieces together. Bounding pretty much serves as a recognizable tribute to Star Wars characters.

That said, military-style attire or robes are not permitted in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. Neither are masks, face paint, elaborate headwear, blasters or holsters (except lightsabers) or tough items such as body armor, helmets or knee pads - even if they are Star Wars-themed.

Additionally, it was also revealed that certain items that are sold in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge are not allowed to be worn inside the Star Wars land. All visitors are expected to put on proper footwear.

Denise Bay is a staff writer at GET.com. Email: denise.bay@get.com.