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Use the ball gown rule - if civilians are told to wear formal attire (ball gowns and tuxedos), then you wear your smoke hose.
If civilians are told to wear semi-formal, then it isn't formal and you'd wear your nude hose.
The draft version will be the most up to date version and will be updated as new decisions and changes are made.**CURRENT FY Individual Clothing Allowances (This link brings you to the Marine Corps publications website, where you will have to do a key word search for “MCBul 10120.” Remember this is a fiscal year document.) FY15- 5.40; FY14- 9.76; FY13 - 3.52; FY12 - 8.00; FY11 - 3.49; FY10 – 0.08; FY09 - 6.92; FY08 - 0.90; FY07 - 3.77; FY06 - 7.45; FY05 -1.81; FY04- 8.19; FY03- 4.01; FY02 - 0.49; FY01 - 6.49.
They easiest way to determine the formality of the event is to figure out what the civilian dress code is.
There are actually very few formal events, so most occasions, outside of the Birthday ball, will be semi formal or less formal and the nude hose will be worn.
If you are going to wear nail polish in the MCCUUs you are restricted to clear or manicures that mimic the natural nail.
The Board approved French/American and any other manicure that mimics the natural nail.
MARADMIN 029/10 published new tattoo policy guidance.
This policy will impact the officer recruiting programs and the documentation procedures/requirements have been expanded.
Female Marines with short hair are authorized to do a "zero" fade at the hairline at the nape of the neck to a maximum length of one inch (the fade must start at zero and graduate up, finishing the fade within 2 inches of the hairline at the nape of the neck).