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Dress to impress within guidelines

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I wake up for school and the first thing I think about is what I’m going to wear that day.

It’s a thought everyone has at some point before leaving their house for school. When preparing I take the school dress code into account as should each student at any school.

Boys, everyone knows that you’re wearing boxers but that doesn’t mean everyone wants to see them. Simply put, pull up your pants or wear a belt if you have to.

Also, wear clean clothes that aren’t wrinkled from being on the floor since they were washed or maybe not for that matter.

Another important thing to keep in mind is to wash your hair, because its not like shampoo or conditioner products will kill you.

On a more serious note; I’ve noticed a lot of girls wearing see-through leggings, low cut shirts, or really short skirts and shorts.

Even though leggings are comfortable and easy to throw on in the morning, please make sure they aren’t see-through before leaving your house. If your leggings are see-through, put something on over them or change.

Remember that how you dress is how others will perceive you. Don’t sacrifice comfort for style or even the dress code. They must all work in conjunction.

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