CPAC Releases Suggested Dress Code: Don't Get Caught in Uggs, Leggings, or Rompers

MAJOR FASHION CRISIS: this year's Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) starts tomorrow, and I still have no clue what to wear to meet my idols Donald Trump (who still hasn't responded to our Miss USA expose, btw), Marco Rubio, Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush and Sarah Palin! Whatever shall I do?!


Luckily, one Pinterest user put together a handy wardrobe guide for CPAC, which sounds a lot like sorority rush sans halter tops.

Four questions to ask while packing include: "Would I wear it to a bar?" (if so, save it for creepy congressmen at the after party) "Can I walk 1 mile in it?" (be comfortable, but don't wear "athletic shoes, Uggs, TOMS, Crocs, bedroom slippers & flip flops — cute how this has to be spelled out for America's right-wing future) "Would I wear it to Walmart?" (Cringey) and "Leggings or Pants?" ("If struggling with this decision, don't pack the items in question." Jeggings, however, are not covered.)

There are lots of Pinterest paper-doll cutout examples of what you should wear: — '90s conservative casual, essentially — and then there's what not to wear: "Dressy" shorts, halter tops, TOMS, rompers, jeans, strapless necklines, low-cut tops, athletic shoes, mini-skirts, leggings, T=shirts (even if it's vintage Bush) and Uggs.


I'm still unclear on whether I can bring my Paul Ryan trucker hat and cherry-red slanket, so please advise down below.


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