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Dress Code

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1Dress Code Empty Dress Code on October 20th 2009, 21:09


Dress Code
MUN is a formal event therefore there is a strict dress code that has to be followed by every delegate. When selecting your outfit think of a serious job interview. You want to look your best to impress the person that might be interviewing you. Your outfit and the way you look will be the first impression they have on you, so to be taken seriously you should dress up serious and follow Model United Nation’s dress code.
For boys: a tie and a formal shirt are expected. Jackets are not required but are recommended. Formal pants should be used with the shirt. Jeans and shorts are not appropriate or acceptable. Shoes should be formal and appropriate for the event, sneakers and sandals are not acceptable.
For girls: a nice blouse would be nice, cleavage should not be visible. A jacket is a good thing to make your outfit look better. All girls should wear nice pants or capris, as long as their length is under the knee. If a girl wishes to use a dress it should be a formal dress that would be appropriate for the event, not a party dress. Here are some specific rules for dresses:
Back – The dress may not be open below the middle of the back .
Length – Dress length must be no higher than the top of the knee.
Tightness – Keep the ‘pinch an inch’ principle in mind – it should be easy to gather an inch of fabric on either side of the dress anywhere except at the waist.
The same rule applies for skirts. If ladies wish to wear them they should also be below the knees. Formal shoes are required too—tennis and flip-flops are not allowed

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