2. No bare midriffs or chest. Clothes shall conceal undergarments at all times. See-through or fish-net fabrics, tank tops, halter tops, spaghetti straps, off-the-shoulder or low cut tops and bare midriffs are prohibited. Boys and girls shirts must have sleeves.
3. No excessively baggy or sagging pants/shorts are allowed. Pants and shorts must be worn at the waist. Belt tips may not hang. Pants and shorts with tears and holes are not permitted. Sleepwear (pajamas, etc.) may not be worn.
At first I was like "Really? No tank tops or spaghetti straps?". Because most sun dresses are the spaghetti strap variety and this is southern California; it gets hot. And I was flabbergasted that prohibiting sleepwear even needed to be said. Who wore their jammies to school? It's like the warning on a bottle of Windex: Do not spray in eyes. Who's that confused? Just seems like an unnecessary instruction. But then I recalled taking some evening courses at the local junior college and there were girls who showed up in pajama bottoms and SLIPPERS. So I guess the rule is warranted.
I also recalled the time that Mr. Farklepants and I were waiting in line at the movies and a minivan opened its sliding door and several 13-14 year old girls spilled out. They were all wearing big baggy sweatshirts. The instance the vehicle was out of sight, ALL of the girls removed their sweatshirts to reveal, well, a whole lot more than a girl that age should. One girl who was not related to this particular group was walking around in a skirt so short that it came just to where her ass met her thighs and she literally had to hold it down while walking. This was just before we found out we were pregnant with Girl-Child. Because we said, and I quote, "Maybe it's a good thing we don't have a girl". And then BAM, he slipped me the Extra Strength Estrogen sperm. Not right there in line because it was awkward what with holding the popcorn and drinks in that flimsy cardboard box they give you; but later as in eventually.
Where was I going with this?
Oh yeah. Dress code. Gonna have to give it a big thumbs up!