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Approved by FCCLA's Board of Directors, September 2015
In September 2015, FCCLA's Board of Directors updated the National Conference/Meeting mandatory dress policy. Youth
attendees, adults and guests must be in dress code to be able to participate in workshops, elections, and all general sessions. Below is the FCCLA National Conference/Meeting dress code:

NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE MANDATORY DRESS CODE POLICY MANDATORY ATTIRE FOR: GENERAL SESSIONS | BUSINESS SESSION | EXHIBITS | WORKSHOPS | STAR EVENTS RECOGNITION SESSION

  • Professional white shirt
  • Neckwear
    • options can include the neckwear from the official emblematic supplier; black tie; black bow tie; single strand of pearls; red, black, and/or white scarf; or no neckwear  
  • Black bottoms (slacks, skirt, sheath dress)
  • Shoes (black preferred)
  • FCCLA red blazer
  • Jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear are NOT acceptable
    • Exception: Culinary Arts participants are welcome to wear their chef’s attire during the STAR Events Recognition Sessions.

Advisers/ Chaperones/ Guests

  • Business Professional jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear are NOT acceptable 

SPECIAL EVENT ATTIRE

All Attendees

  • Casual slacks, shorts, jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear, and tennis shoes GALA Females and Males
  • Semi-formal – You are able to wear semi-formal attire to the Closing General Session if you are attending the Gala. (Wrist band must be worn to the Closing General Session.)
  • Jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear, and athletic shoes are NOT included in semi-formal attire


Advisers/ Chaperones/ Guests

  • Semi-formal or business professional
  •  Jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear, and athletic shoes are NOT included 

STAR EVENTS PARTICIPANTS 

Events participants are expected to adhere to the published dress code for all general sessions, workshops, and the STAR Events Recognition Session. For participation in competition, follow event specifications for dress, and wear appropriate clothing for the nature of the presentation. If attending conference activities prior to or immediately after a STAR Events presentation, be prepared to change into clothing that meets the conference dress code. 

SHINE IN RED

FCCLA DRESS CODE