Dress Code? We Say Schmess Code

by Lindsey Rosenthal

So you will finally be attending EventCamp East Coast tomorrow and what are you thinking today? What, oh what will I wear?! Don’t worry, we’ve got your answer here:


Our purpose at EventCamp is to make you feel as comfortable as you possibly can in expressing your opinions, your thoughts, your creativity and your expertise. In order to accomplish that feeling, we want you to be at your most comfortable relating to your peers in your clothing as well. If that means you will be wearing jeans and t-shirt, so be it. If you would prefer to drab up a bit to a suit, we are happy to see it. The point is for you to be able to best interact based on how you see it.

If you are still looking for a general guideline, we expect most people to be dressed somewhere between casual and business casual. We only ask that you make sure that you are respecting others here – hopefully we will not be seeing too many curse words across your chest. We are a community, and as such, we can work together while expressing individuality. That is our goal for this weekend.

Other pertinent notes: the weather forecast is out! Expect it to be rather seasonal weather for autumn here in Philadelphia. Highs in the mid-50s and low-60s, lows in the evenings and mornings in the mid-30s, and partly sunny. Your mom may tell you to pack a sweater, but we don’t mind seeing you in a tank top if that’s what you prefer!

Some other tips of items for you to bring with you:

  • Your cell phone charger and your laptop charger. After having attended several of these events this year, I am rather certain you will need to recharge after a full day.
  • More business cards than you think you will need.
  • A pen with you to make notes throughout the day.
  • An open mind!

Please note that lunch will not be served on Friday, but we will have a refreshment break with snacks and drinks at 2:00 PM.

So excited to see everyone tomorrow! Please don’t hesitate to contact us at EventCampEC@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

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