Women have gotten in trouble for not wearing a bra, or for wearing a bra when the straps are showing. Both collarbones and shoulders have been called "too distracting" for boys in the classroom, and there are more than a few reports of girls being sent home for the clothes chosen for them by a parent. Because of these punishments, students often miss lessons to have their hemlines measured or to wait for a change of clothes to be brought to school by a parent.
For these teens, prom was ruined when their outfits were banned. Check out their "inappropriate" and "immodest" choices to see for yourself that these girls look beautiful, no matter what their school says. Alexus faced a one-day suspension because the dress that she had designed with her mother was deemed "too revealing. She claims her daughter was discriminated against because she is plus-size. An hour after Mireya arrived at her prom, she was asked to leave and told that her dress violated the dress code. While the dress was open in the back, the administrators said it violated the ban on showing skin in the midriff area, as some skin could be seen when she lifted her arms.
The day girls get dress-coded for actual violations will be the day pigs fly. As long as violations are decided by a board of mostly men, girls will be sent home from school, deprived of their education because of an article of clothing deemed too distracting. Sometimes, both sides can make an argument, but other times, there are incidents in which there is just no legroom for protest. This is not the case when said dress code incident comes with a large side of body-shaming. It featured a long-sleeved red blouse that tied shut in the front, ripped blue jeans, and black boots. In general, school dress codes state that any student showing cleavage to an extreme will be sent home, and the Joplin High School dress code is no different. Plus size women need to dress accordingly. This statement was made in front of the entire class.
A school uniform is a uniform worn by students primarily for a school or otherwise educational institution. They are common in primary and secondary schools in various countries. Although often used interchangeably, there is an important distinction between dress codes and school uniforms : according to scholars such as Nathan Joseph, clothing can only be considered a uniform when it " a serves as a group emblem, b certifies an institution's legitimacy by revealing individual's relative positions and c suppresses individuality. An example of a uniform would be requiring button-down shirts , long pants for boys and blouses , pleated skirts for girls, with both wearing blazers. A uniform can even be as simple as requiring collared shirts, or restricting colour choices and limiting items students are allowed to wear. A dress code, on the other hand, is much less restrictive, and focuses "on promoting modesty and discouraging anti-social fashion statements", according to Marian Wilde.