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A '''dress code''' (/dres kəʊd/) is a set of expectations, either formally or informally defined, regarding appearance, particularly clothing but also including personal grooming such as hairstyles.  
 
A '''dress code''' (/dres kəʊd/) is a set of expectations, either formally or informally defined, regarding appearance, particularly clothing but also including personal grooming such as hairstyles.  
  

Latest revision as of 03:09, 21 September 2019

A woman and a man both wearing suits.

A dress code (/dres kəʊd/) is a set of expectations, either formally or informally defined, regarding appearance, particularly clothing but also including personal grooming such as hairstyles.

If a teacher works for a school or an institute dress codes can range from "wear whatever you like" to requiring to wear a 2 or 3 piece suit to visit high end business students.

In some countries personal tailoring is readily available. In which case bold colours and patterns can be a great way of standing out.

Dressing modestly is always a good idea but especially if you're teaching certain demographics who lack self-control and might be distracted by body parts.

Note if you're a manager, and your company specifies dress codes for your staff, those staff will notice if you don't follow it yourself.

And don't forget to dress up for a job interview.

Teflpedia doesn't have a dress code - you can edit while wearing anything you like.