Superior Schools: What Not To Wear – The Student Edition

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Superior – Are you ready for the start of school? Is your wardrobe? Remember, students, that what might be fun and frolicsome for summer time wear is not always appropriate for school.

Here’s a list of what not to wear while attending classes, or otherwise being on campus, to help you plan your school wardrobe:

Young ladies, please save the spaghetti straps, thin strapped tank tops, cutaway tops and vests, low cut tops, crop tops, halter tops, off the shoulder or cut out shoulder tops, sleeveless tops and rompers, open back or cut tops, short skirts and short shirts for after school. Of course, this applies to dresses, as well. If any young gentlemen are getting ideas, be advised that, while ladies are addressed herein, none of the aforementioned items are considered appropriate for anyone on campus.

Also inappropriate for school wear are pajamas, ripped clothing, saggy pants, trench coats, undershirts worn in place of overshirts, wide arm tank tops, hats or head coverings that have not received prior approval from an administrator, body armor, and spiked or chained clothing or jewelry.

Finally, there will be no clothing or jewelry with inappropriate messages or pictures allowed. For the purposes of school wear, inappropriate messages or images include, but are not necessarily limited to, swear words, depictions of nudity, references to drugs, violence or gangs. When in doubt, ask an administrator first.

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