Each contestant will need rehearsal clothing (sweats, sweatshirts, jeans, tennis shoes, etc.) in addition to a fun outfit to wear to the Saturday night dinner and dance. The required competition and stage wardrobe is as follows:
Private Interview: You should select an outfit that you find appropriate for a job interview, and that reflects your
personality. The outfit should make you feel comfortable and present yourself in a sophisticated and
self-confident manner. Some examples include: slacks and a sweater set, pants and a blouse, a skirt
with a coordinating top, etc. The outfit can range from casual to business oriented.
Swimsuit: Contestants choose their own swimsuit. TEEN contestants are required to wear a solid colored one-piece suit, however, MISS contestants may chose between a solid colored one or two-piece suit. Adequate coverage is required; Brazilian cuts and thongs are not allowed. Swimsuits may be any appropriate style, and design, and there are no color restrictions. Although we ask that the suit be solid in color, there may be a small embellishment or trim of another color.
- Evening Gown: All contestants must have a full-length evening gown of their choice. The style, design, and color are up to you. It can be elaborate, or very simple. Choose something that makes you feel beautiful. Your gown should represent YOUR own personality and taste. Remember that you can look like a million bucks without spending a million bucks! Teens are encouraged to wear gowns that reflect a more youthful style and look than the Miss contestants.
- Opening Production Number : For the 2014 pageant, MISS contestants will wear a solid BLACK cocktail dress with any black, gold or silver heel of her choice. TEEN contestants will wear a solid colored cocktail dress in any shade of PINK with a nude, gold or silver heel of her choice. All shoes should be secure on the foot and comfortable enough to dance in.
Examples of approved wardrobe styles can be seen in the Wardrobe Reference Sheets here... MISS or TEEN