Dress Code

All delegates at the conference must adhere to the following dress code.
As a general rule, delegates must be dressed in Western business attire. Traditional dress is welcome.
Delegates who are not dressed appropriately will not be allowed in the conference rooms.

SUITS

A suit always looks professional and is the best option. School uniforms will be allowed as a secondary option for high school participants.

SHIRTS & TOPS

Males must wear a collared button-down shirt. Females may wear a blouse, sweater or button-down shirt.
No T-shirts.

PANTS & BOTTOMS

Slacks and suit pants are acceptable, preferably in dark colors. Females may wear skirts but should also wear pantyhose or tights. Skirts should not be more than two inches above the knee. No jeans or shorts.

SHOES

Females may wear high-heels or dress flats. Open-toed shoes must be professional. Males should wear dress shoes. No sneakers or flip-flops.

JEWELRY & PIERCINGS

If you have piercings on your face that is not for cultural purposes or that is on your ears, it is best to remove the rings or studs during the conference for a professional presentation.

The ROMUN2015 Organizing Committee reserves the right to dismiss any participant from the conference due to violation of any regulation.

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