The young Walt Disney knew that image creates illusion and illusion creates magic.
Dis, as he liked to be called at the start of his career, grew a mustache because without it, he looked too young to be a movie mogul. Later, when success was his and he became the one and only “Walt Disney,” he kept the now-expected mustache but dressed down, almost unkempt. It was his way of appearing more human, more ordinary, so that he could communicate with people.
And when he built Disneyland