ORLANDO, FLA. -- The magazine Travel+Leisure has issued its reader-ratings of cities across the U.S.
For Orlando, the news is both good and bad.
Readers placed the central Florida city at the number one spot as a family vacation destination.
When it came to the style of dress ... not so much.
Orlando came in near rock-bottom, fourth from the worst-dressed city in the nation.
According to the magazine, it was the tourist crowds who dragged down the dress code, happily trooping around the attractions in flip-flops and casual wear.
Magazine officials said it was not the 'Casual Friday' crowds at the offices, nor was it the number of workers trying to make the office fashions more like 'Casual Monday-Friday.'
While many residents are appreciative of the tourists taking the heat for the dubious honor of plopping the city near the bottom of the worst-dressed, residents are more appreciative of the fact that these tourists always spend money.
Orlando is prepared to bear the burden of being the 'anti-fashionista,' as long as the visitors keep visiting.