Advisers should monitor attire to make sure that their students are dressed appropriately. Display the appropriate attire that is representative of your role as a student. Conservative school dress-type attire is appropriate. This includes casual pants, jeans, sweatshirts, and T-shirts. Shorts are not allowed—this applies to both male and female attendees. As a general guideline, the following clothing is not considered appropriate, and students wearing such apparel will be asked to change by their adviser or conference administrators:
- Tight or revealing clothing—any clothing that reveals midriffs, cleavage, shoulders, backs, or torsos. These may include but are not limited to: spaghetti straps, strapless tops or dresses, crop tops, cut outs, tops with half or no backs, tops with low-cut necklines, tank tops, muscle T-shirts, and low-waist slacks/skirts.
- Cutout or frayed jeans—clothing designed to be transparent, mesh, or sheer when worn alone.
- Shorts and swimwear
- Clothing that is suggestive, obscene, or promotes illegal substances—such as alcohol, tobacco, drugs, profanity, sexual pictures, or an inference to these items.
Undergarments, shirts/tops, slacks/skirts/dresses, and shoes must be worn at all times. Skirts or dresses should be no shorter than two inches above the knee. Saturday is School Pride Day and you are encouraged to wear your school colors and clothing.