Dress Code

All delegates at HAMUN must adhere to the following dress code. Delegates who are not dressed appropriately will be sent home. Sponsors are responsible for enforcing this dress code from the moment students step on the bus to drop them off at conference until the end of HAMUN. 

Suits

A suit always looks professional and is the best option.

Shirts & Tops

Gentlemen must wear a collared button-down shirt that is tucked in at all times. Ties are always recommended. Ladies may wear a blouse, sweater or button down shirt. T-shirts are not permitted.

Pants & Bottoms

Slacks and suit pants are acceptable, preferable in dark colors. Ladies, skirts are always appropriate, but these should not be more than two inches about the knee (this policy will be strictly enforced. Jeans, shorts, or cargo pants are not permitted.

Shoes

Gentlemen should wear dress shoes. Ladies may wear closed toed heels or dress flats. No sneakers, sandals, or flip-flops.

Hair

Keep hair looking professional at all times. Hairstyles should not detract from your overall appearance. Delegates should refrain from dying their hair non-natural colors (i.e. pink, blue, green).

Jewelry & Piercings

If you have piercings on your face that are not for cultural purposes or not on your ears, they should be removed during the conference. This includes large studs and gauges on gentlemen.

More information on Dress Code can be found at: http://www.unausa.org/global-classrooms-model-un/how-to-participate/model-un-preparation/dressing-for-success

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