What should I wear?
Name tags are to be worn at all times
Suggested Attire– Proper attire is the responsibility for each person attending Grand Session. Your behavior and proper attire will display a positive image for Illinois Job’s Daughters.
This dress code applies to ALL in attendance. CAV’s, please help enforce this code. Please wear a Job’s Daughters shirt as often as possible; there is no better way to promote our Order.
NOT allowed at any time during Grand Session: short shorts, cut offs, halter-tops, crop tops, or bare midriffs. No jeans or shorts with holes.
(Grand Bethel Banquet, Opening, Grand Banquet, Pageant, GGC & GB Installations)
Females: knee length or longer formals, gowns or “dressy” dresses or palazzo style pants. Appropriately fitted strapless, halter, one shoulder, and spaghetti straps are acceptable. At no time should any undergarments be shown
Grand Banquet Friday:
Male: Tuxedos or dark suits
Grand Bethel Meeting:
Grand Bethel Officers: Grand Bethel Regalia
All Job’s Daughters: Official Regalia (slip, knee highs, slippers, headbands, cords)
(If an HQ or Princess, wear your robe, slip, slippers, headbands)
Adult Females: Knee length or longer dresses, dress pants, slacks or pantsuits All tops should be in good taste with no plunging necklines
Males: Dress pants, slacks and collared shirts/ILJD Polo Shirt, or sports coat and ties
GGC Business Meetings, Luncheons & Performing Arts Competition:
Females: knee length or longer skirts or dresses, dress pants, slacks, or pantsuits All tops should be in good taste, no plunging necklines
Males: Dress pants or slacks and collard shirts/ILJD Polo Shirts, or sports coat and ties.
(Rehearsals, Hospitality, Downtime)
All Attendees: Jeans (no holes), khaki shorts, athletic pants, casual shirts, polo’s or t-shirts. NO short shorts, cut offs, or shorts with holes in them.
We encourage everyone to wear a Job’s Daughters shirt as often as possible when out and about in order to promote ILJD
There should be no string or thong suits. All swimwear must fit appropriately.
Cover-ups and footwear must be worn going to and from the pool areas.