MISS OCEAN™ - COSTUMES, GOWNS & SWIMWEAR
MISS OCEAN DRESS CODE
The dress code for the Miss Ocean awareness events will be published shortly before the opening date in November 2018. Swimwear is not an essential part of this contest, but may be used if contestants need to be able to show that they can swim to fully interact with the medium we are trying to protect. Typically, we will accept any certificate of competence as proof of ability in the water.
We will not be asking the contestants to parade in bikinis. Miss Ocean is not a beauty pageant, it is an ocean awareness competition mostly reliant on your communication skills.
THE CYCLE OF LIFE
Extra points will be awarded for dresses/outfits made from recycled ocean plastics. If you think that such a task will be impossible, you may be surprise to learn that many responsible manufacturers of clothing and sporting goods are now including recovered plastics in their products. In some cases routinely. We cannot applaud such initiatives loudly enough.
The pageant will be won by the contestant with the highest point score. Twenty points are up for grabs for the lady who wears the most interesting and original costume or gown - or matching ensemble. Extra points may be added in the Overall Impression category. Dress sense is therefore of considerable importance.
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