Class dress code

Last week I attended a class in
critical thinking.
Green drawstring dress Spense Petite - Innovativi wedges 
So I show up, early as usual, class begins
and the professor starts explaining his "rules".
Beware of Sharks tote Kate Spade
One of them is a dress code for attending class.
No short skirts, no tank or midriff tops, no shorts, 
no low cut, nothing tight or "revealing".
Butterfly rhinestone hair clip - Beaded green and blue necklace
So, this morning I actually looked in the mirror several
times to make sure that my dress was not too short, I
certainly do not want to brake the dress code. 


backinstyle said...

Wow, that's a strict dress code. Everyone in the class probably has to check, and double check, their clothing selections for this professor! Love this dress on you. It has the look of two perfectly matched pieces, but with the ease of a dress. Win-win!

jodie filogomo said...'re wearing my theme for the week!! The matching set! Great minds think alike! Love it! jodie

Mica T said...

I feel sorry for anyone who may have missed the first class and accidentally breaks the rules on the second one! I know a few of my outfits would be banned by the rules - I like my tank tops, haha!

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Jessica Cangiano said...

You've done a great job of abiding by this rather strict - by 21st century standards in many parts of the world - dress code, dear Lorena. I love that you kept the look eye-catching all the same with those elegant beaded necklace and the sweet little butterfly hair clip.

♥ Jessica

LyddieGal said...

That is certainly unique - I'd be interested to see how frequently your classmates break the dress code and what the professor will do.
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