Dress Code

Tulakogee Conference Center – DRESS CODE GUIDELINES

In desiring to honor our Lord Jesus Christ in every area of our lives, be consistent to our calling as a conference center & camp, and acknowledge that our lives are a witness to others; the following are the DRESS CODE GUIDELINES for Tulakogee Conference Center.

GENERAL GUIDELINES:

  • Shoes must be worn at all times outside of your cabin.
    • Closed Toe Shoes like boots or tennis shoes are best
    • Flip Flops and Sandals when seasonally appropriate (flip flops are also recommended for in the shower)
  • Apparel may not display or promote political affiliations, tobacco, alcohol, controlled substances, or inappropriate language or pictures.
  • Under garments must always be covered by outer garments (i.e. No boxer shorts hanging out or bra straps showing).
  • Midriffs should always be covered.
    • This includes no ripped up shirts/stretched out muscle shirts
  • No plunging necklines
    • This includes no exposed cleavage
  • No spaghetti strap shirts or dresses.
  • Skirts/Dresses must reach the top of the knee
  • No short shorts.
    • Shorts are to be of modest length. (Modest length can be generally defined as extending to just beyond the finger tips, which is generally no shorter than a 5” to 7” inseam.)
  • Pants should be modest
    • Leggings should not be see through, and should be worn with a longer shirt preferably long enough to cover the hips.
    • Rips/tears in jeans should be no higher than just above the knee.
  • SWIMMING:
    • Girls should wear modest one-piece swim suits or a 2-piece where the top meets the bottoms. otherwise a long non-see through t-shirt to fully cover bathing suit will be required. No Brazilian cut bottoms are allowed.  A Non-see through swim cover is required going to and from the pool.
    • Guys should wear loose short style long enough to cover hips and thighs during active activity. No tight fitting swimming suits.  A t-shirt is required going to and from the pool.
  • Sweat pants, pajama pants, etc., can be worn in cabins once you are in for the night but not out on campus.

If you are questioning if it is appropriate to wear, we recommend leaving it at home and wearing something else.

 

updated 6/22/2020