Dress Code In Colleges | Ripped Jeans Ban | 101 Voices | What India Thinks

Dress Code In Colleges | Ripped Jeans Ban | 101 Voices | What India Thinks

October 13, 2019 40 By Stanley Isaacs


There is no connection between clothes and character These rules were made how many years ago? Decency is a very big term It’s not that I’ll pay less attention to my studies if I wear ripped jeans Aren’t things changing with time? As they say, one rotten apple spoils the entire barrel How do our clothes make any
difference to other people? Why interfere with what we want to wear? Their generation has related our character With a certain dress code And that is the main problem People should have read the
rules before joining college I think this is very stupid We’re here to study. If we’re focused on our studies,
our wardrobe won’t make any difference Ripped jeans are not decent enough for college. If you’re going for a party, then it’s alright We have to face this because of
people who have a low mentality They judge us by our wardrobe Their way of thinking shouldn’t bind us. We shouldn’t be restricted by their thinking We should have the right to wear whatever we want I am confused by this decision because This is an all-girls college Who is going to get distracted? It’s okay if you’re in the 11th or 12th But if you’re opting for higher level education You should be decently, professionally dressed
because you’re trying to get a degree I don’t know what rubbish this is actually Their character, their lack of control
over their own behaviour It is just their problem and it’s affecting us Women in veils are also hearing comments People in our society do tend to
judge you because of your clothes It is absolutely irrelevant
what we wear to college They don’t allow us to wear
spaghetti tops, crop tops or even skirts You can’t wear that at all Everybody will be staring at you on the streets When girls are going to college, people
will wonder what kind of college this is They just want to save themselves. If we dress like this, they won’t have to look after us It’s not like that. They just want
us to turn up in decent clothing Don’t force others to follow your opinion Now you want us to wear kurtas to college. What will you do when we go to office? Then you will say don’t wear shorts You’ll ask us not to wear
red lipstick when we attend meetings “Something happens to men” But what happens to men? Can we at least know that?