Colleges across the country are issuing dress codes for Halloween to stop cultural appropriation, which runs rampant during the Halloween season.
A mom's post about her daughter being shunned by their church because the 9-year-old wanted to wear a pantsuit instead of a dress to communion has gone viral.
Can braids be forbidden in the workplace because they don’t look professional, or is this discriminatory? Who gets to decide? A clothing store worker’s experience is raising these questions.
An 11-year-old girl was told her outfit was "distracting" because it showed her shoulders.
Homecoming season: a time for high school students to ask out their new crushes of the school year, a chance to play dress-up with less fuss and pressure than prom, an opportunity for schools to make girls feel weird about their bodies. The latter is what one mother in Arizona says her daughter went through as they tried to find her an outfit that fit the dress code for the fall formal, and she’s not happy about it. “A day that should’ve been magical was filled with tears,” Sadie Roach wrote on her blog, Slap Dash Mom, of shopping with her daughter Jenelle.
A grade school teacher's outfit — a dress and boots — was deemed inappropriate by the school, and people are trying to figure out why.
The 17-year-old's mother said that her daughter was told, "Your boobs are bigger than most girls’, and you are gonna have to try harder," referencing the way the teen was dressed.
Along with a number of other everyday wardrobe staples, schools have targeted the stretchy pants. Most recently, a South Carolina principal issued a warning to female students wearing the tight bottoms. “I’ve told you this before, I’m going to tell you this now, unless you are a size zero or two and you wear something like that, even though you’re not fat, you look fat,” Heather Taylor, the principal of Stratford High School, was recorded saying on Wednesday during a discussion with ninth and tenth graders, WCBD News 2 reports. Lots are upset by Taylor’s statements and have taken to the school’s Facebook page to comment on the situation, with many saying the administrator should be fired.
Hannah Whitley decided to kick off her senior year in a fashionable outfit inspired by one of her favorite celebrities — but her school apparently found her attire “too provocative.”
Several male students wore off-the-shoulder tops — which are banned in their high school’s dress code — to show solidarity with their female peers.
High school student Abigail Davis was pulled from class for wearing shorts that were not deemed "modest enough." She says the school dress code unfairly targets girls.
A high school student in Tennessee was cited for two dress code violations, one of them for simply wearing a sleeved crewneck T-shirt.
While the shorter pants are a popular item for teachers trying to beat the Southern heat, this Georgia school district considers them unacceptable attire.
A shawarma chain in Detroit is under scrutiny for sexually suggestive employee uniforms: Across the butt of female employees it reads: 'We Deliver.'
The post warns consultants that they might "get in trouble" if they don't abide by LuLaRoe's "Culture of Modesty."
Perhaps no G-20 summit issue sparked more debate than the conversation about what Ivanka Trump wore for the occasion.
A 5-year-old boy caught the attention of his classroom — and the admiration of his parents — when he showed up to his preschool’s year-end celebration dressed as a ninja.
A mayor in the South of France issued a letter stating that the international retailer H&M must prohibit employees from wearing a hijab.
Angel Hall made Kayla Barnes a promise to create awareness of the disease that took her life, leukemia.
A Michigan college student, Hannah Pewee, was incredibly surprised when she was kicked out of a mall for simply wearing shorts and a tank top.