Top 10 dress code dos and don'ts for San Diego schools
If your student is lucky enough to go to school without a dress code, back-to-school clothes shopping can be more stressful than average. To help, we've highlighted 10 dress code violations you're likely to encounter so you can avoid a trip to the principal's office.
No ripped clothing or bandanas at school. (Photo by Matt Cowan/Getty Images for Coachella)Photo by: Matt Cowan No hats allowed in school usually. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)Photo by: Richard Heathcote No pajamas at school unless it's Pajama Day. Most days aren't, unfortunately. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)Photo by: Kevin Frayer Clothing must be free of profanity at most schools. (Photo by Thomas Niedermueller/Getty Images)Photo by: Thomas Niedermueller Facial piercings aren't usually allowed at school. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)Photo by: Sean Gallup Students can't wear backless clothes at most schools. (Photo by Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images)Photo by: Chris Ratcliffe Undergarments cannot be visible at most schools. And bandanas are a no-no, too. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)Photo by: Joe Raedle No short shorts are allowed on most campuses. Leggings underneath them are usually required or the length needs to touch the knees. (Photo by Matt Cowan/Getty Images for Coachella)Photo by: Matt Cowan No bare midriffs are allowed at most schools. (Photo by JP Yim/Getty Images for petitePARADE)Photo by: JP Yim Shoes have to be safe for school. Sandals, flip-flops, high heels, slippers and opened-toe shoes are not safe. (Photo by JP Yim/Getty Images for petitePARADE)Photo by: JP Yim