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Burton Tech Prom Night Dress Code

Alliance Judy Ivie Burton Tech Academy PROM DRESS CODE 

This is a FORMAL event. The following dress code will be applied at this event. If you have questions about your attire, please contact the Burton Tech Administration BEFORE the event. In addition to the Burton Tech High School Dress Code, the following must be adhered to for prom:

 

For students wearing tuxedos, suits or slacks:

  • No casual clothing such as: jeans, denim, sweats, shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, beachwear, flip flops, etc.
  • No baggy pants
  • No transparent garments as replacements for tuxedos, suits or slacks.
  • Chains and/or canes are not permitted.
  • Baseball hats or gang-affiliated headwear is not permitted.
  • No body painting of any sort as a replacement for clothes, even if a jacket is used to cover up the body painting
  • Proper shoes must be worn at all times

 

For students wearing dresses:

  • No low cut dresses, no plunging necklines, V-neck dresses shall be no lower than the top of your breastbone
  • The midriff (stomach) area must be covered by fabric.
  • Backless dresses may not fall below the waistline
  • No side exposure or high cut slits (this means no cut out holes or slits that expose your torso or leg above the thigh)
  • No mini dresses, mini-skirts or high cut hemlines (if you extend your arms straight down your sides, make sure that the length is lower than where the bottom of your middle fingers touches your side)
  • No transparent garments as replacement for dresses
  • Clothing may not have any cutouts that reveal any area required to be covered.
  • Dresses must be acceptable without any accompanying cover-ups.
  • No casual clothing such as: jeans, denim, sweats, shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, beachwear, flip flops, etc.
  • Chains and/or canes are not permitted.
  • Baseball hats or gang-affiliated headwear is not permitted.
  • No body painting of any sort as a replacement for clothes, even if a jacket is used to cover up the body painting
  • Proper shoes must be worn at all time

Revised – Michelle Willoughby, Assistant Principal – May 2017