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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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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The dress code shift reflects the ever-changing world of banking, in which big financial institutions are constantly evolving to stay relevant as financial technology firms attempt to take away business and as many bank clients, including in Silicon Valley, continue to shun formal wear.
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" The state education department and different boards should enhance the quality of education rather than implementing unorthodox dress code on teachers.
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Parents and guardians need to be held accountable for student dress code violations.
A dress code like the one at my school presents a double standard, and it puts the blame directly on young women-as if wearing certain clothing is asking to be harassed.
Black and white chequered shirts combined with white or black trousers are a good option for a black and white casual dress code. Otherwise, chinos in varied shades, from khakhi to olive green also go well with black polo shirts.
"Almost a third of young people now have tattoos so, while it remains a legitimate business decision, a dress code that restricts people with tattoos might mean companies are missing out on talented workers.
The restaurant - which has a branch in Mosley Street, Newcastle - advertises its dress code on its website.
Women have more options again: a cocktail dress, long dress or elegant evening suit, #268iacute#382ikovaacute said.For other theatres the dress code is less strict.