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Attire

Wayne-DuPage Hunt adheres to the following guidelines for attire:

 

Cubbing and Weekdays:

Coat: ratcatcher, tweed or conservative color 3 button (buttoned)

Vest: optional, canary or tattersall

Shirt: colored (not white) with necktie, stock tie or choker, turtle necks acceptable on weekdays

Breeches: tan, rust or earth tone

Boots: brown or black, field or dress (no brown or patent leather tops)

Red WDH polo shirts are allowed on Tuesdays in August or per the Masters discretion

 

Formal Attire for Weekends beginning with Opening Meet

and including Thanksgiving Day and Joint/ Castle Meet:

Gentlemen & Ladies without Colors:

Coat: 3 button formal black or frock (buttoned)

Vest: canary or tattersall

Shirt: white with white stock tie and plain gold safety pin

Breeches: tan, rust, buff or canary

Boots: Dress black

 

Gentlemen with Colors:

Coat: three-button scarlet with canary yellow collar and scarlet piping (buttoned)

Vest: canary or tattersall

Shirt: white with white stock tie and plain gold safety pin

Breeches: white

Boots: dress black with brown tops

 

Ladies with Colors:

Coat: 3 button black or navy with canary yellow collar and scarlet piping (buttoned)

Vest: canary or tattersall

Shirt: white with white stock tie and plain gold safety pin

Breeches: tan, buff, rust or canary

Boots: dress black or dress black with patent leather tops

 

Other appointments:

  • Traditional black, navy or brown velvet covered hard hat with harness

  • Non traditional helmets must be covered with a velvet helmet cover

  • Gloves are dark brown or buff leather or string

  • Hair is secured back and up with a hairnet

  • Hunt whip or crop may be carried, never stuck in boot

  • Rain gear at the Masters discretion

  • No Parkas or overcoats

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