Citing a new study of the effect of neckties on blood flow to the brain, R. Rex Parris wants to keep local employers from requiring men to wear them.
A seventh grader in violation of her school's dress code reportedly had to put duct tape on her bare legs to cover up what was showing through the holes in the denim.
On a warm outdoor job site in England, construction workers who wanted to cool off ran up against rules about what they could and couldn’t wear. They found a loophole.
“I believe in wearing this cross and what it represents,” the Indianapolis man told reporters of the restaurant's dress code.
Two teen boys ensured that their outfits met their school's non-gender specific dress code but their pantless debut still resulted in punishment.
Graduation ceremony dress codes might not seem like a huge deal — after all, most of the outfit is covered by the graduation robe. But apparently some who failed to follow the rules at Bryan Station High School in Lexington, Ky., didn’t get to walk the stage at their graduation on Friday.
The aspiring nurse withdrew from her nursing program after being pressured to straighten her natural hair due to so-called safety concerns.
A Nebraska high school denies that it had unpatriotic intentions when it insisted that a graduating senior remove her U.S. Army sash during the ceremony.
During the day, an assistant principal pulled Brittney Coelho aside to point out an issue with her wardrobe — the fact that she wasn’t wearing a bra.
The rules also ban "negative attitudes," bad language, and any clothing that staff members "deem offensive."
Bobby Rodriguez, a 21-year-old Texan, had to remove his makeup and lashes before getting in, though the club owner is dismissing the controversy as "just a bunch of frivolous baloney."
"I was stopped by an aide who asked me if I had another shirt with me," Samantha Sollitto tells Yahoo Lifestyle. "When I responded no, she gave me a plain navy T-shirt."
An Arizona school district will crack down on distressed clothing and jeans with holes, despite protests from students.
A 15-year-old Ontario high school student posted signs accusing the dress code of "objectifying women" and "perpetuating rape culture."
Female students at a Michigan high school say that a cover-up garment on prom night is shaming — and that they'd rather skip the event than wear it.
Some critics have accused a New Zealand movie theater of playing "fashion police" by banning sleepwear and muddy boots.
The student's lawsuit says the ban on shirts promoting gun rights is a violation of his right to free speech.
The retail chain announced that some stores would be testing a revised uniform that allows for blue jeans, jeggings, chinos, skorts, and shirts of any solid color.
Chrissy Teigen said that her daughter "dressed herself" in a tutu and T-shirt that read "going to bed so mom can watch Bravo." The model tweeted: "I pick my battles."
Philippe Volek, a 14-year-old, took part in Canada's Jersey Day out of respect for victims of the April 6 crash, but his school wasn't happy.