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Fashion at TASMUN


For the TASMUN conference, most people wore black pants or skirts with a white top, because formal wear is required. But, despite the dress code, you can still add a touch of color to create a unique look! For boys, many had a variety of colored ties with different patterns, such as checks, stripes, signs and even animals. Their suits can also be a different color other than black, such as grey or navy blue. Boys mostly wore black or brown leather shoes.
For girls, their blouses could have small accents of gold, lace linings, black stripes, chest pockets or swirls of silver. The neck cuffs can be frilly, sewn with lace, buttons or with ribbons. They could be turned up or pressed down. Girls can wear cotton skirts up to their knees or long silk dresses with lace at the hem, and as long as the base color is black or white, any decoration or detail is fine!
Delegate Anita Tsai wore a white skirt just past her knees which had a green and pink tulip flower print, which stood out among the crowd. Another delegate, Elaine Rao, wore a black lace dress with rose patterns. She wore matching heels with black lace. Many people wear mary janes with shiny leather, heels, or flats with simple ribbons on them. There was also a wide array of patterns on them, and some even have dramatic heels, such as delegate Felisha Kuo. Her heels had gold ribbons and a one-inch gold heel.

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