I was recently tipped off about the rather "thorough" dress code requirements distributed to sorority sisters of Pi Phi’s Cornell chapter last week (posted on Fashionista.com).
After further investigation (aka reading the six-page "guideline" and trying not to pee my pants), I've paraphrased a few of the major DOs and DONTs from whom I'm assuming is the chapter president (and apparently, stylist) with a strong inclination for "cool and chic" and a lack of tolerance for anything "cheapo," especially when concerning shoes (as she warns several times, she's weird with them). Hope this helps!
-Denim leggings, as long as they're not from American Apparel or cause camel toe, Blazers (highly encouraged), Tory Burch flats, Shaved legs, Necklaces (but no more than two), Cardigans, Tights, and Booties ("if you can pull them off aka probably not").
DON'T MESS WITH HER:
-Bleached/very light or TORN jeans, F***-Me Pumps, anything "Cheapo," "Frumpy/maternal/knit," Satin (unless, of course, you weigh less than 130 lbs. and are wearing three sets of Spanx, for starters), Feathers, "Charm anything," Watches (sore subject), "Any gross plastic shizzz" accessories, Mustaches, Smoky eye and Glittery butterflies.
If you forget anything, don't sweat. Just remember the code words: "Fresh, pretty, feminine, cool" and, oh yeah, to make sure you get a mani/pedi.
Read the entire dress code, complete with full commentary, on Fashionista.com.
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