I don't really see the point in uniforms, it doesn't make people look tidier, by the end of the day guys still loosen their ties, girls will hitch up their skirts, it doesn't unify people at all. I just find uniforms uncomfortable.
I used to hate wearing the same thing day after day too - it wasn't fun.
I went to private school for a year. Having a uniform made no difference. People were still petty and bullied other kids. And there were still cliques despite us all appearing 'equal.'
I say no dress code. As long as it's appropriate (nothing hanging out or too short).
NO dress code! I went to private school for years and uniforms and strict clothes policies on the rare days we could pay to wear "normal clothes" sucked. I had no idea how to dress myself when I got sent to public school after middle school. It was horrible. There was no originality or anything.
i would hate to have to wear the same thing as everyone else
but it would make it easier and quicker to get dressed in the mornings
Catholic school caused me to find plaid skirts deeply erotic in my adult life... the depravity of it all.
Seriously, we found that it doesn't prevent gang sign nor does it tamp down individuality. We did notice that there was a stronger shift toward risk taking in other areas, often to "prove" their individuality.
Dress code. I don't like having to figure out what to wear in the mornings and would rather just put something on and be done with it. Plus it's always fun to hear everyone bitching about having to wear uniforms (though it can get old).