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  • Dress code is the unwritten rule of clothing (which may vary in different societies although Western style is commonly accepted as valid) as an aspect of human physical appearance. Clothing like other aspects of human physical appearance has social significance.
  • The customary style of dress of a specified group
  • A set of rules, usually written and posted, specifying the required manner of dress at a school, office, club, restaurant, etc
  • 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)
  • In BDSM, a dresscode is a policy of appropriate dressing for social events such as fetish clubs and play parties. It specifies how guests have to be dressed to be admitted into the event. Dress codes are usually strictly enforced.
    t shirt
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
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Dress Code
Dress Code
Dress Code: Interior Design for Fashion Shops presents a selection of innovative retail interiors from across the globe, exemplifying the very latest shops, showrooms, boutiques, and ?agship stores created by the world's most influential designers. Dress Code is an irresistible resource for everyone involved in fashion retail. Each project is complemented by an interview with the store's designer as well as detailed technical information including plans and sketches of the interior. Featured interior designers include Block Architecture, Comme des GarA§ons, Giorgio Borusso Design, Ippolito Fleitz Group, Steve Lidbury Design, and Teresa Sapey.

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Dress Code
Dress Code
"Nada pior do que errar o tom e ir com uma roupa equivocada a uma festa ou cerimonia, ou seja, errar o dress code. Voce tem vontade de ficar invisivel num canto da sala ou se atirar embaixo do tapete”. A frase e do livro Chic[errimo], de Gloria Kalil, e sintetiza bem o drama que todo mundo passa ao menos uma vez na vida: que roupa usar (e como usar) em determinadas situacoes. Para solucionar estas e outras duvidas, o Chic relanca a partir de agora a secao de consultoria. Toda sexta e segunda-feira, Gloria vai falar sobre moda, estilo e etiqueta, com a finalidade de desvendar os codigos do bem-vestir. Abaixo, um guia do que significa cada tipo de traje - geralmente especificados nos convites formais (pergunta dos leitores Patricia, Milene e Gustavo). TRAJE ESPORTE Tipo de evento: almocos, exposicoes, churrascos, batizados, festas infantis. Clima: simples e informal. Significa uma roupa descomplicada. A roupa certa: pecas avulsas como saias ou calcas da estacao + t-shirt ou sueter coloridos; terninhos esportivos, vestidos de alcinhas; ou calca + camisa branca; calcas capri. Tecidos: crepes, algodoes, linhos, tecidos com stretch (verao); veludos, malhas, camurcas (inverno) Acessorios: esportivos, como sapatilhas, botas, sandalias baixas; bolsa maior. TRAJE PASSEIO, ESPORTE FINO OU TENUE DE VILLE Tipo de evento: Almocos, vernissages, teatro. Clima: um toque de formalidade. A roupa certa: blusas, tunicas, calcas mais caprichadas; vestidos ; tailleurs ou terninhos. Tecidos: algodoes, microfibras, jerseis (verao); veludos, camurcas, malhas, sedas (inverno). Acessorios: sapatos ou sandalias de salto e bolsa maior para o dia, ou pequena para a noite. Belas bijuterias. A roupa errada: look brilho total, com decotes ousados, joias poderosas. PASSEIO COMPLETO OU SOCIAL Tipo de evento: jantares, coqueteis, operas, casamentos, comemoracoes oficiais. Sao trajes mais formais. Clima: formalidade total. E hora de festa fina. A roupa certa: vestidos curtos com detalhes de brilho, decotes, fendas e transparencias; paleto + saia ou calca de tecidos nobres. Tecidos: georgettes, chiffons, musselinas, shantungs, rendas. Acessorios: sapatos ou sandalias de salto. Xales, echarpes e bijoux ou joias vistosas. Maquiagem mais nitida. A roupa errada: saiu do trabalho de calca + blusa + bota + xale e deu uma passadinha. TRAJE BLACK-TIE, TENUE DE SOIREE OU RIGOR Tipo de evento: noites de gala, bailes, grandes premiacoes. Clima: de requinte, sofisticado. E hora dos vestidos de baile, o clima e de seducao. A roupa certa: vestidos longos ou curtos muito sofisticados. Decotes, transparencias, brilhos, bordados preciosos. Tecidos: poderosos, como brocados, tafetas de seda, shantungs, zibelinas, rendas, georgettes. Acessorios: sapatos ou sandalias de salto bem altos. Estolas, casaquinhos preciosos, peles etc. Joias ou bijoux muito especiais. A roupa errada: “pretinho” basico. Pior: com sapato ou sandalia esportivo, tipo tamanco.
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i feel so bad for people who have to dress up every morning and go to work. people who have to buy "work clothes." to all those people. im sorry, that really blows. i wear jeans and a t-shirt to work... and most non work days too. even to job interviews in my industry... jeans and maybe a button down is about as dressed up as your average set, sound or lighting designer gets. i also always have this utility knife in my back pocket. i find that if i ever forget it, i reach for it so often that day that i vow to never forget it again. 365 - 5.22.09

dress code t shirt
dress code t shirt
Dress Code
Dress Code, called "Bruno" when it debuted on cable, is Shirley MacLaine's first feature as director. Like many of the movies in which she has appeared, it's a drama that uses humor to get its message across. Bruno (Alex D. Linz) is a gradeschooler who lives with his mother and likes to wear dresses. It's one more thing that makes him stand out at Catholic school. Even before his secret gets out, the other kids tease him because he's small and smart--a spelling whiz that reads the dictionary for fun with a mother that is, as he puts it, "flamboyant." His estranged father (Gary Sinise) notes that Angela also weighs 450 pounds, which makes her flamboyance even harder to miss. She means well, however, which can't be said for most of the other people in Bruno's life, with the exception of new girl, Shaniqua, who likes to dress up as well (as a cowgirl). "Dress Code" raises more questions than it answers (like why Angela doesn't remove her son from a school that shows him so little support), but MacLaine keeps the action moving and the cast rises to the occasion, although it would have been nice if Gwen Verdon's role had lasted more than a few seconds. It should be noted that the film contains some profanity (mostly from Bruno's tormentors), and it isn't until the end that the nuns are depicted in a less-than-negative light (including Kathy Bates as a cigarette-smoking Mother Superior). "--Kathleen C. Fennessy"

Dress Code, called Bruno when it debuted on cable, is Shirley MacLaine's first feature as director. Like many of the movies in which she has appeared, it's a drama that uses humor to get its message across. Bruno (Alex D. Linz) is a gradeschooler who lives with his mother and likes to wear dresses. It's one more thing that makes him stand out at Catholic school. Even before his secret gets out, the other kids tease him because he's small and smart--a spelling whiz that reads the dictionary for fun with a mother that is, as he puts it, "flamboyant." His estranged father (Gary Sinise) notes that Angela also weighs 450 pounds, which makes her flamboyance even harder to miss. She means well, however, which can't be said for most of the other people in Bruno's life, with the exception of new girl, Shaniqua, who likes to dress up as well (as a cowgirl). Dress Code raises more questions than it answers (like why Angela doesn't remove her son from a school that shows him so little support), but MacLaine keeps the action moving and the cast rises to the occasion, although it would have been nice if Gwen Verdon's role had lasted more than a few seconds. It should be noted that the film contains some profanity (mostly from Bruno's tormentors), and it isn't until the end that the nuns are depicted in a less-than-negative light (including Kathy Bates as a cigarette-smoking Mother Superior). --Kathleen C. Fennessy

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