Dress Codes

Some articles on dress codes, dress code, dress, codes:

Bukharian Jewish - Culture - Dress Codes
... Bukharan Jews had their own dress code, similar to but also different from other cultures (mainly Turco-Mongol) living in Central Asia ...
Sharia Law - Topics of Islamic Law - Customs and Behaviour - Dress Codes
... The Quran also places a dress code upon its followers ... All those men in whose presence a woman is not obliged to practise the dress code are known as her mahrams ... Men have a more relaxed dress code the body must be covered from knee to waist ...
School Uniform - By Country - United States - Uniform Studies & Legislation
... school uniform policies, and not for standardized dress codes, which still provide for allowable student dress but are slightly more lax on certain aspects ... fact, in 2007-2008 55% of public school principals said the schools they control enforces a strict dress code, requiring students at least wear a collared shirt and pants with an acceptable belt to ... exists regarding teachers' beliefs regarding the nature of issues related to dress codes, and especially so regarding racial and ethnic minorities ...
Dress Code (Western)
... A dress code is a set of rules governing what garments may be worn together and in what setting ... Examples of dress codes are combinations such as "smart casual", or "morning dress" ... A classification of these codes is normally made for varying levels of formality and times of day ...

Famous quotes containing the words codes and/or dress:

    ... until both employers’ and workers’ groups assume responsibility for chastising their own recalcitrant children, they can vainly bay the moon about “ignorant” and “unfair” public criticism. Moreover, their failure to impose voluntarily upon their own groups codes of decency and honor will result in more and more necessity for government control.
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)

    Maud Muller looked and sighed: “Ah me!
    That I the Judge’s bride might be!

    “He would dress me up in silks so fine,
    And praise and toast me at his wine.

    “My father should wear a broadcloth coat,
    My brother should sail a painted boat.
    John Greenleaf Whittier (1807–1892)