In order to prepare for ISRMUN, all participants and advisors are encouraged to review the dress code regulations. Questions or concerns about the dress code can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A dress shirt
- A suit jacket or formal sweater
- Dress pants with a belt
- Dress socks and dress shoes
- Suggested colours include black, grey and navy blue
- Dress pants or a skirt (it should reach the knee when standing up)
- A blouse (where armpits nor undergarments are visible)
- Blazer or formal sweater
- Suits are also permitted
- A moderate amount of makeup and/or jewellery
- Dress shoes
- Leggings and/or tight pants are not permitted
The use of jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, boots, sandals, or other informal pieces of clothing is strictly prohibited. ISRMUN has a zero-tolerance policy. Inappropriate use of the dress code will instantly result in a verbal warning. If this becomes a continuous issue, a written warning will follow.