The average girl worries about what wears to school, unless she wears a uniform.
Megan Stansfield, 16, from Fairview, Oregon quoted, "We have to wear uniforms. Dress-codes and uniforms take our attention from fashion and put it on school."
Teen People, a magazine for the teenage soul, decided to take a poll on school dress-codes. Here are the results: 55% have school dress-codes, 66 % with dress-codes don't like it, 62% think dress-codes stifle their individuality, and 94% believe they should have a say in their school's clothing policy.
From low low-rise jeans to stylish mini-skirts and from polo shirts to tie-dye tube tops, students including boys have taken their outfits to the extreme. But some schools have gone over the top too, with their policies.
David Lopez, 17, from Fort Campbell, Kentucky said,
"We have to keep our hair in colors that occur in nature."
Dress-codes may be just what schools need to stop students outrageous clothing.
Most of my information came from Teen People Magazine, page 164.