NAWIC NT | AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE 2022
Managed by the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), the Annual Northern Territory Awards for Excellence is on of the most prestigious diversity awards program in Northern Territory, showcasing the achievements and industry advancements of women, men, and organizations in the construction industry.
Dress Code: Formal
The more casual cousin of black tie, but dressier than cocktail, formal can be a very confusing dress code. Mostly, for formal events you can still go for a floor-length gown and a tux, but you can also freely wear a statement cocktail dress or a three-piece suit and tie. However, we’d still advise against anything too short or ditching your ties and suit jackets. Formal is still, well, formal after all.
You can wear a floor length evening gown, but no one will think twice if you choose to wear a cocktail dress. You can also have a little more fun with a formal dress code, why not try a tux-style pantsuit? Androgynous dressing is in, and we love it. You can also go for a bold pattern, bright colour or a striking silhouette.
Stick to classic and elegant suits with a white shirt, simple tie and dress shoes. Or if you want to add some flair, try a coloured or patterned pocket square, or a lavish pair of cufflinks. You can get away with a coloured suit, but we’d suggest sticking to a navy or grey. Keep the bright colours for cocktail and daytime events.
- Member - $140
- Non member - $160
- Student member - $100
- Table of 10 - $1500
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