Students may wear appropriate cultural attire on the first night of the conference.
Cultural Attire should be a serious representation of a country’s indigenous or historical culture. Disrespecting the traditions of a country will not be tolerated.
Students are encouraged to make their attire rather than purchasing it.
Cultural Attire MUST be within the KUNA Dress Code.
Inappropriate attire will disqualify a school from nomination for major awards.
Cultural Attire MAY NOT be worn after the first night of the Assembly. Delegations wishing to add a piece of their attire (such as a sash or native headdress) to their second-day professional dress must have the approval of their Regional Director.