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.
For men in Congress, the dress code means “coats and ties”; for women “proper attire as determined by the Speaker." Evidently bared shoulders are not “proper.”
A California college student recently posted about an upsetting experience she had while shopping at a mall — all because she was outfit-shamed.
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.
Taylor Beth Walker was criticized for her outfit by a stranger. A woman who was scolded by a random stranger for wearing shorts is sharing the “disturbing” experience on Facebook. Walker wrote in a post with a picture of her outfit, “I am disturbed….It’s hot as hell here in SC and I’m dressed appropriately for that weather.
When it’s extremely hot out, pants become a bit dreadful. That’s why a group of boys from ISCA Academy in Exeter decided to…
Joey Barge protested his office dress code after being sent home for wearing shorts. Instead, Joey Barge had something else in mind. The next day, Barge decided to protest the rules by arriving at the office in a colorful dress.
A mayor in the South of France issued a letter stating that the international retailer H&M must prohibit employees from wearing a hijab.
Victoria DiPaolo made a statement with her yearbook quote. One New Jersey teenager was such an outspoken opponent of her school’s dress code that she decided to have one final say on the subject — through her yearbook quote. Victoria DiPaolo, who is set to graduate from West Milford High School next week, made a fashion statement with her senior portrait by wearing a shoulder-revealing black top (a traditional drape that many women put on) and a cheeky comment to accompany it.
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.
Just three minutes before lining up for the ceremony, senior Leroy Solis Jr. was told that he wouldn’t be allowed to walk in jeans, without a tie. From there, he explained that he needed slacks in order to take part in the ceremony, and the man immediately agreed to give Solis Jr. his own. In a post on Facebook, the teen’s sister, Rosemary De Los Santos, explained how it all took place, while extending her tremendous gratitude.
A high school recently shared a note warning female students that dressing provocatively can lead to a “distracting working environment” — and people aren’t happy about it. This note was posted in the hallways of Breton High School. When you wear little to no clothing and dress provocatively because it’s “too hot out” or because you think it’s “attractive,” you are putting boys at risk of having a distracting working environment and saying, “your clothing is more important than their education.” Instead of dressing like a THOT, value the male education and dress conservatively.
After Sophie Harris, 14, a student in Nelson, B.C., was “dress-coded” for an outfit she said complied with her school's rules, she organized a demonstration
The Université libre de Bruxelles has courted controversy for encouraging women to wear “revealing necklines” to graduation. The instructions were given via email and a humorous Facebook page unofficially associated with the school called ULB Confessions brought it to light by posting it on the social media platform. Translated to English, the instructions read, “From an aesthetic point of view, it is preferable for young women to wear a dress or skirt, and a nice [revealing] neckline.” They used the word “décolleté,” which is usually used to describe low-cut.
Of 1,700 people surveyed, 66 percent of teens and 69 percent of adults over age 18 believed that imposing dress codes for prom is a good idea.
A high school senior’s graduation is in jeopardy, and all because she gave the cold shoulder. Summer, a senior at Hickory Ridge High School in North Carolina, was wearing a loose army green blouse that was slightly off-the-shoulder and exposed her collarbone when her principal demanded she cover up during lunch. When Summer said she thought her shirt was “fine,” the principal retorted that her lower back was “also completely exposed,” going against the school’s dress code.
One New York mother wrote an open letter to her daughter’s middle school principal regarding the school’s dress code. New York-based mother Dr. Catherine Pearlman recently addressed her issues with her daughter’s middle school dress code by penning an open letter to the school’s principal. In the note, published on Today, Pearlman, who founded the parenting site The Family Coach, details the struggles 13-year-old daughter Casey faces when it comes to finding styles that properly abide by her school’s policies.
WATERBURY, Conn. (AP) — A one-day sweep in which over 150 high school students were suspended for dress code violations is bringing new criticism to a Connecticut district of predominantly Hispanic and black students that was already under scrutiny for having low numbers of minority teachers.