In order to ensure that clothing worn by both campers and staff will contribute to the spirit of camp in a positive way, the following guidelines are provided.
All shorts must be at least mid-thigh. TEST: 1) Sit down, 2) Stand up, 3) Without touching the shorts (pulling them down). Are they mid-thigh? Shorts or pants that are too tight need to be worn with a long shirt that covers. (YES, THIS MEANS THE GUYS TOO!)
No words written on the back (seat).
DINING HALL AND CHAPEL
Shirts must cover the midriff at all times and must not hang low underneath the arm. Sleeveless shirts may be worn in the dining hall and chapel if they do not hang low below the arm or reveal undergarments or cleavage. No tank-tops in the chapel or dining hall. Immodestly tight shirts are also inappropriate.
Girls: Tank-Tops may be worn over swim-wear during activities. Girls may not wear shirts that reveal cleavage or undergarments (i.e. NO low shirts, spaghetti strap shirts, tube tops).
Guys: Tank-tops may be worn during activities.
Shoes are required in the dining hall and chapel.
SWIM SUITS & TOWELS
No towels in the chapel or dining hall.
Girls: One-piece suits and tankinis that cover the midsection at all times are permitted (revealing mesh cut outs and monokinis are not permitted). Suits should not reveal cleavage, should cover the mid-section, not be high cut or reveal the buttocks (i.e. “cheeky”). If your suit does not meet these requirements, bring along a pair of shorts and/or dark T-shirt to be worn over it at all times.
Guys: See rules for "shorts". The same rule applies.
DRESSES, SKIRTS, AND ROMPERS
The same requirements that have been mentioned above apply to this category as well. Dresses and blouses must not show cleavage or midriff and all skirts/dresses/rompers must be approximately ¾ thigh-length while sitting.
Pajama clothing are not to be worn outside of sleeping areas.