Homecoming Attire

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Examples of what is appropriate and inappropriate attire for the Homecoming Dance.

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Homecoming Attire

  1. 1. Homecoming 2012 Dress Code
  2. 2. Dress Code Semi-Formal• Dress code must be followed by on-campus and off-campus dates.• Guidelines will be strictly enforced. Students not in compliance will not be able to attend the dance. Refunds will not be issued.• Please stop by the Deans office if you have questions about the appropriateness of your attire.• As a reminder, attire must represent the modesty acceptable for a Catholic school dance.
  3. 3. Ladies dress code (as noted on the bid)• Dress shoes only• No plunging necklines or low backs• No bare midriffs/sides• Dresses must be of appropriate length (no shorter than 5 inches above the middle of the knee) and not excessively form fitting.• Slits on dresses and skirts must be modest and adhere to length requirements.
  4. 4. Gentlemen dress code (as noted on the bid)• Dress shoes only• Dress pants• Dress shirt• Coat and tie (optional)• Shirts must be buttoned and tucked in at all times• No earrings or hats
  5. 5. Dress DontDresses are tootight, too short, and/or too revealing.
  6. 6. Dress Do Dresses areappropriat e in length and not too
  7. 7. Dress DontsDress are too revealing,too low cut, and/or too short.
  8. 8. Dress Do There are many beautiful dresses available to meetour requirements.
  9. 9. Dress Dont Dresses are too short even thoughthey flair and have a longer outer sheer layer.
  10. 10. Dress Do Great examples of appropriate dresses for Catholicschool dance.
  11. 11. Even moregreat dresses.

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