- Fashion guidelines for rushees to Cornell’s Pi Phi sorority have been circulating the interwebs: no khakis, no leggings worn as pants, no muffin tops, and you must have a mani and pedi. Seriously, don’t read this unless you are OK with your brain exploding. [Jezebel]
- Nineteen-year-old Bristol Palin announced on Oprah Winfrey’s show today that she has taken an “abstinence pledge.” Bristol is the teen mother of baby Tripp, with ex-boyfriend Levi Johnston. [ABC News]
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President Obama gave fashion critics something to talk about when he displayed a pair of “mom jeans” at a baseball game, Nicolas Sarkozy and his lovely wife Carla both donned denim for a recent trip to Egypt, and the Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev, chose jeans for a dinner date with Obama. Steve Jobs kept his fashion taste simple through the years — a black turtleneck and a pair of Levi’s 501s.
Suddenly, jeans are the new power look. Keep reading »
Apparently, “Miss Sexy” pants are a little too, well, sexy for English school masters to stomach. The Nailsea School near Bristol, England has officially banned the $18, super-tight black trousers, deeming the VPLs (visible panty lines) and “Miss Sexy” label inappropriate for the young ladies who are so fond of them. As the “Miss Sexy”-wearing girl at left is suggesting with her pout, this decision is unlikely to be greeted with much enthusiasm by the skin-tight-pants-wearing student body at Nailsea. She looks about as pissed as “Gossip Girl” Jenny Humphrey might if her school told her she had to stop wearing shirts as dresses and actually vaguely conform to their uniform. Yikes. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
About 100 high school students in the U.K. used Facebook to stage a walkout from class Friday after the headmaster threatened a ban on skirts due to ever-shortening hemlines.
“Since half-term, the skirts have got ridiculously short,” headmaster Jane Holland wrote in a letter to the governors of Upton-by-Chester High School in Chester. “The skirts are too revealing especially on staircases. It’s not appropriate for the time and the place.” Keep reading »
Chelsea Sarvis, a senior at South Carolina’s Chapin High School, wants to wear pants to her graduation. But according to Principal Mike Satterfield (surprise, surprise, it’s a male), unless she wears a dress, she won’t be attending. That’s right—if she doesn’t conform to what I thought were antiquated stereotypes and flaunt a “feminine” frock, she won’t be able to go to her own graduation.
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