What is teen pageant casual wear?

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Teen pageant casual wear is a portion of a beauty competition in which participants wear a creative outfit that is not formal and showcase their personality and style. TeenagerPageants.com recommends wearing “Clothing that is considered before 5 pm wear, something cute, funky or upbeat that you would wear everyday to school or the mall.” Clothing for the casual wear segment can be store-bought or custom-made.

Winning Through Pageantry notes that the type of clothing typically worn during the casual wear competition should be regular clothing and not a costume or ball gown. It is common to see competitors in casual dresses, leggings with blouses or other trendy clothing. Winning Through Pageantry recommends participants avoid denim because it can be considered too casual. Accessories, props and festive makeup can be added to get the attention of the judges.

Other segments in a teenage beauty pageant include formal wear, sportswear, swimsuit and the interview portion. TeenagerPageants.com recommends implementing the help of a pageant coach, clothing designer and professional beautician and makeup artist to place as a Supreme or to win other titles in a competition. Every pageant is different, so direct any questions about the standards of each competition to the pageant director.

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Dresses for the casual wear portion of the competition should be "dressy casual" in style, not formal dresses. Clothes that are appropriate for an office or religious services
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maybe a nice looking sweater (try to stay away from hoodies) and if you really want, you can wear jeans, but I would suggest pants that don't involve denim, like the kind of pants
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