WH to Press Corps: The Addidas Stay at Home

We had suspected that anyone who wasn't at last night's Radio and Television Correspondents' Association dinner was likely in Rome, but despite having skipped out on a black tie dinner for the sake of morbid curiosity, they're still going to have to dress nice:


From: XXXXXXXXXXX@list.whitehouse.gov On Behalf Of White House Press Releases

Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2005 10:38 AM

Subject: *UPDATED: DRESS CODE AND BAG CALL FOR ROME*

DRESS FOR THE FUNERAL MASS IN ITALY

WOMEN MUST WEAR A SKIRT (NO PANTS); MEN AND WOMEN MUST WEAR DARK SHOES ONLY - NO TENNIS SHOES WILL BE ALLOWED 

Men must wear a dark business suit and a dark tie; women should wear a dark suit with skirt at knee or below the knee level and may choose to wear the traditional black mantilla, although this is not obligatory.


Our only question is if Stephanopoulos will still be able to wear his stilts.

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