The bowtie is out as DSNA's official uniform. Instead, how about wearing this ballgown, crafted from an old dictionary by Canadian teenager Tara Whatley:
According to an article in The Province (10 August), "the dress ... took 50 to 100 pages of newspapers, 300 dictionary pages, three feet of Velcro and four rolls of tape."
Confirming the vague ubiquity of the concept of "the dictionary," The Province doesn't inform us which dictionary was repurposed. Of course, the newspapers Tara used are identified...by the newspaper. Not by me.