dress code


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dress code

n.
A set of rules, as of a school or business, indicating the approved manner of dress.

dress code

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a set of rules or guidelines regarding the manner of dress acceptable in an office, restaurant, etc

dress′ code`


n.
a set of rules establishing the type of clothing to be worn in a given circumstance, as when on duty, or environment, as a church or a classroom.
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Noun1.dress code - a set of rules specifying the correct manner of dress while on the premises of the institution (or specifying what manner of dress is prohibited)
code, codification - a set of rules or principles or laws (especially written ones)
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05 (ANI): Talking about the plan to impose a dress code and make uniforms mandatory for government college students in Rajasthan, state Higher Education Minister Kiran Maheshwari on Monday said it was the students' demand.
BAFFLED BY THAT DRESS CODE ON YOUR PARTY INVITATION?
The Australian airline qualified UGG boots as casual sleepwear, which is a prohibited under Qantas' dress code guidelines from being worn in its lounge.
Some colleagues will speculate about why you dress as you do even if you change your dress code.
Ascot has a very detailed dress code in place, ensuring Royal Ascot continues to be a well respected and celebratory five days of fashion as well as horseracing.
A perspective on dress codes THERE is nothing wrong with a dress code in school, but not much point in purging the students if the teachers look like bag ladies, and the men back from a weekend at Glastonbury.
For men, meeting a black and white dress code for a casual event can be quite a task.
Last year, a girl in my class was sent to the principal's office for violating the school dress code.
We have not heard such a dress code in any place of Haryana.
indicates the bank has adopted a more casual dress code for most of its employees as it tries to stay in step with the tastes of clients and technology upstarts, the company said.
Having a dress code in place, and requiring employees to dress in a professional manner, helps to convey a positive image to the public, and provides employees with guidelines of what is, and is not, considered acceptable workplace attire.
Enforcing the law: Some in the hardline establishment once again wish to crack down on women who do not take the dress code seriously enough.