Parliamentary Dress

In the House, it is mandatory to be in parliamentary dress at all times. Dress as if you were preparing for a (successful) job interview in a professional office. Here are a few suggestions:


 Pack dress pants, dresses, blouses, blazers, and skirts, and perhaps a purse or small bag. Covered shoulders are required, and neck- and waist-lines should be conservative. Low-cut shirts and bare legs are a no-no; bring nylons! Shoes should be closed-toe.


Bring a suit if you can. A shirt and tie are definite must-haves. In order to be acknowledged in the House, your shoulders must be covered (i.e. you must be wearing a dress-sweater or blazer over top). No jeans.

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