Prohibited items of clothing included baggy clothing, "athletic attire," "jerseys except on game days for Baltimore teams," and work boots.
Put in place in August because “thighs attract boys”, the St. Francis College for Women scrapped its regressive dress code after its students protested against it.
Parents are calling the school's crackdown racist and elitist.
Australian Federal Police officers are outraged over new dress codes requiring them to cover their tattoos, claiming that "Aussie Bogan" is their religion.
I wanted to see which subcultures Harrods would discriminate against: Mods? Beach bums? Cyber punks?
The restaurant/nightclub successfully banned almost all articles of clothing.
Creative studio Dress Code chronicles the agony of Coke withdrawal.
The Thomas Waghorn, a Wetherspoons pub that opened in Kent last month, has introduced a dress code that bans tracksuits.
The new Starbucks dress code gives baristas the chance to “shine as individuals while continuing to present a clean, neat and professional appearance”—all within the corporate parameters of a publicly traded company valued at $77 billion.
In Iran, uploading a photo of yourself without a hijab, or a video of your singing, can be an act of protest.
Tanaka says the particular nature of his restaurant makes the sign a necessity. Because he serves hibachi-style food, he says customers share tables.
Women looking to visit loved ones in the hellish NYC jail must submit to humiliating searches and allegedly inconsistent rules about what they can and cannot wear.