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Music Performance Dress

BSK students demonstrate the highest standards of professionalism when performing music. In order to create a matching visual impact, performers must adhere to this dress code. Any student who is not dressed correctly will not be allowed to play or sing as part of BSK musical performances.


  • Plain matt black two-piece suit (not velour or velvet effect)
  • White long-sleeved shirt
  • Plain black bow tie
  • Plain black socks
  • Formal black leather shoes (well polished)
  • (Sikh boys) Plain black turban


  • BSK performance dress (ankle length, from the Royal Scot)
  • Black ankle socks or black tights
  • Black leather shoes with low heels (well polished)
  • Long hair must be tied well back or into a bun, using only plain black hair accessories.
  • Plain black hijab (optional)
  • No makeup or lipstick
  • No jewellery except very small, plain gold or silver stud earrings