Dress Code Guide

Males:

Male delegates and students officers must wear suits and ties. Jeans are not in order.

Subdued colours are not a requirement, however, particularly loud or flashy colours are not in order. Example: bright green, orange or any colours alike are not appropriate.

Patterns on ties and shirts, etc. are allowed, however, motifs of a loud, comedic, or inappropriate nature are not in order. Example: loud and/or multi-coloured spots, stripes, flowers or any patterns alike are not appropriate.

Blazers and suit jackets must be on during formal debate and buttons must be closed when a delegate takes the floor, or stands to speak.

Any footwear such as trainers, sneakers, boots, or open-toed shoes of any kind, are not in order.

The rules are the same for footwear as for clothing regarding colours and/or patterns.

As it is February, we advise participants to bring their formal shoes with them and change at the conference venue. Winter boots and non-formal shoes are not in order during conference hours, unless the Secretary General has given permission.

 

Females:

Female delegates and student officers must wear dresses, suit trousers or skirts, a shirt or blouse, and a blazer with at least one button. Tights must be worn under dresses and skirts. Jeans are not in order.

Skirts and dresses are not allowed to be shorter than one palm above the knee and must not have inappropriately high slits.

Subdued colours are not a requirement, however, particularly loud or flashy colours are not in order. Example: bright green, orange or any colours alike are not appropriate.

Shirts, blouses and dresses should have appropriate prints and necklines.

Patterns on dresses, skirts, blouses, shirts, etc. are allowed, however, motifs of a loud, comedic, or inappropriate nature are not in order. Example: loud and/or multi-coloured spots, stripes, flowers or any patterns alike are not appropriate.

Blazers must be on during formal debate and buttons must be closedwhen the delegate takes the floor, or stands to speak.

Any footwear such as trainers, sneakers, boots, or open-toed shoes of any kind (including peep-toes), are not in order.

Heels are allowed, but strappy sandals are not in order. Pumps, Mary Janes and T-straps (or anything similar to these) are recommended heels. Alternatively, ballerina flats (or any similar flats) are recommended. Lace-up shoes are in order as long as they do not contradict any of the aforementioned rules.

The rules are the same for footwear as for clothing regarding colours and/or patterns.

As it is February, we advise participants to bring their formal shoes with them and change at the conference venue. Winter boots and non-formal shoes are not in order during conference hours, unless the Secretary General has given permission.