You may be an adult, but you will never forget your school dress code
Miryam is 23 years old, but she may be 16 years old before leaving work every morning. If she is wearing a skirt or skirt, she will stop to make sure her clothes pass the “fingertip rules” – meaning her hem falls under her arm and is placed next to her.
“When I try to wear a skirt or skirt, I put my hand down to see if it is short-lived,” Miriam said. “It won’t stop me from buying it, but it will tell me what I wear. On the other day of work, I wore a skirt, just cut for the rules, I think it’s weird.”
For women like Miryam, teenage dress codes can affect the clothes they wear after their first legal drink.
For those of the same women’s boarding school, the favorite living room game is for those who didn’t tell how the mother of our dormitory walked from one room to another and checked the underwear the night before graduation. We want to wear on our important days.
They want to make sure that the intimate “naked” is enough to make us not see the necessary white dress. Now we tend to stay away from those clothes that look too perspective, because they are afraid to stare at them.
When I did a non-scientific survey of my Instagram story, asking if women still follow the rules, my DM inbox started to resemble group therapy.
“Yes! There is no dress that exceeds the length of the fingertips!” a master student responded. Public relations account manager screaming, “FINGER TIP LENGTH HAUNTS MY ASS.”
“I still hear a teacher talking to me on the first day of my senior year and telling me that my clothes are too transparent,” the business recruiter replied. “Until today still troubles me, I have stopped wearing pure items.”
The adult’s self-patrol echoes the dress of teenage girls who continue to patrol the school today, and the female students are sent home to look for “disclosure” clothes.