MLA style does not have a specific outline format. You should use the standard formatting (Times New Roman, 12 point, double-spaced) and include your information in the upper left corner and the title centered, as shown in the example on the Home tab above. You can find information on outlining in your MLA Handbook, 7th ed., section 1.8.
Consult your professor’s instructions to find out more details about what your outline should include. For instance, your professor may require you to write your outline in full sentences or that you include your working thesis statement. See the link below for some sample outline formats.
1. Sub-point 1
a. Supporting point
(1) Supporting point
(a) Supporting point