DRESS CODE. CHS PROM 2013. Why do we have a dress code?. CHS staff and administration want you to make good choices. We are not trying to inhibit your style. Prom should be fun, but we want everyone to be comfortable and safe.
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CHS PROM 2013
Why do we have a dress code?
CHS staff and administration want you to make good choices. We are not trying to inhibit your style.
Prom should be fun, but we want everyone to be comfortable and safe.
With modesty in mind, the following dress code guidelines will be enforced at the Castleberry High School Prom
Dresses may not be cut below the bust line. The bust continues around your sides directly under the armpit. With arms down at your side, if flesh touches flesh below the bust line, the dress is inappropriate.
BUSTLINE (on the side)
Sides cannot be cut out
This dress meets dress code. Please notice how the bust is covered on the sides.
Midriffs will not be
This includes both
front and side.
With arms down at
your side, if flesh
touches flesh in the
midriff section, the
dress is inappropriate.
Dresses may not be shorter than mid-thigh
not have a
This dress meets dress code
* Tuxedos, Suits, or Sport coats with dress pants.
* No blue jeans.
* No opened toed shoes.
* No bandannas, baseball caps, or non formal hats