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What do Australian people wear?

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As of September 2014, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade reports that the clothing of the Australian people is very diverse. Few places in Australia have a dress code, and there are no laws regarding clothing, official dress code or national dress.

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What do Australian people wear?
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For Australians, clothing is a largely unregulated and personal choice, with few exceptions. Some of the exceptions mentioned by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade include dress codes and standards within the workplace and entertainment venues. Entertainment centers like clubs and theaters may require patrons to wear appropriate footwear and clothing that is orderly and clean to gain entry.

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