Some of England’s biggest horse racing organizers have announced they will be removing dress codes from their operations to make their presence more accessible and diverse. confidence’, emphasizing that the change has an ‘immediate effect’ and that it is common for some career audiences to wear a tie and jacket for men, while women wear dresses, skirts or pants with a hat, stressed the club manager, Nevin. Truesdale said, “We hope that by not imposing rules on people about what they can and cannot wear, we can help make careers more accessible for everyone.” He believed that “people have more fun when they are comfortable”. The only exceptions are the ban on wearing “offensive” or vulgar dresses or suits, or football shirts.
Source: Al Ittihad
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