Dress Code

It is important to note the dress code at Model United Nations conferences, and during the conference participants are expected to dress formally, including subdued colours. All delegates are also expected to wear blazers.
Gentlemen wear suits and ties, while ladies wear dresses or skirts of appropriate length or formal suits. Shirts should have appropriate prints and necklines.

The staff has the right to deny participants access to the conference if they are not appropriately dressed.

Inappropriate dress wear includes, but is not limited to:

  • Team accessories such as scarves and hats
  • Sports shoes/sneakers and denim clothes
  • National costumes or military attire
  • Butterflies or funky ties
  • Open-toed shoes

It is mandatory to be dressed in a blazer whilst in session. It is allowed to have your button open when seated, but the blazer must be buttoned when speaking.

Below, appropriately dressed delegates are shown

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