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dress code for open house?

ynxi2017

They said casual but like...how casual? Going to Texas which is super hot so packed shorts.

 
Mar 22, 18 9:26 am
Non Sequitur

Bring the cowboy hat, belt buckle, and spurs. Boots optional if you can fit the spurs on sandales.

Mar 22, 18 9:38 am
ynxi2017

really helpful thanks

curtkram

texas is open carry as well, so make sure people see your sidearm

This is for school?

If so and if it is a particularly religious school then it would be business casual, if it is secular I would suggest wearing what is comfortable, Be aware that in the south they tend to crank up the AC in the summer so bring a sweater or long sleeve shirt you can pop on or off as needed if you are susceptible to being cold indoors during air conditioning season.

Mar 22, 18 10:28 am
ynxi2017

sorry im talking about arch grad school and definitely not religious lol

accesskb

Screw that.  Dress to impress.

Mar 22, 18 10:31 am
wynne1architect@gmail.com

Thong?

Mar 22, 18 10:37 am
Bloopox

Look at pictures on the school's website, of similar events at a similar time of year.  Most open houses aren't at all formal - whatever students would wear to class is fine, though usually attendees tend to dress more like what students would wear for a crit day with guest critics - so one step up from everyday student wear. 

An exception would be if it's a school that has a more formal dinner as part of its open house (in which case they would have told you that in the invite materials).  If you'll be going to a restaurant or to an alumni club or to a faculty member's house for dinner (all things that happen at certain schools) then you'd want to dress up slightly for that - though unless they tell you otherwise you could still expect nothing more formal than business casual.

Mar 22, 18 12:53 pm
jla-x


this looks appropriate.

Mar 22, 18 1:42 pm
jla-x

The denim button down shit says formal but can kick ass at a moments notice.

Sir Apple Chrissy

We need some chuck norris architecture jokes

randomised

That person would have their ass kicked before they hit 'post comment'

Sir Apple Chrissy

Chuck norris would be standing behind you the second you began to post.

Sir Apple Chrissy

Actually there is chuck norris architect joke - Chuck Norris slams Turnstile doors.

jla-x

Frank Gehry was inspired by Chuck Norris after he saw him punch a building really hard.

genesse

Is this UT? And you've already been accepted? Wear whatever you want. 

Mar 22, 18 1:49 pm
randomised

Wear that same old, baggy t-shirt with the stain on it that you got from that team-building exercise.

Mar 22, 18 3:19 pm
proto

team building exercise '99?

randomised

:)

TrogIodytarum

Is it UT Austin? Last time I visited there some hipster was wearing a gandalf cloak... Wear whatever you want.

Mar 23, 18 11:23 pm

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