Saturday, June 06, 2009

Guidelines On Wearing Of School Uniform (Ladies)

My class for the first semester will start on Monday at the University of San Agustin. I don't have all the things I need in school yet like a few notebooks, and some little stuffs. It's not a big deal though, I can improvise. I also don't have my school uniform yet, lol, I will be seeing the Dean on Monday to ask if he will permit me not to wear the school uniform since all the major subjects that I will take are for the first semester only. If not, then I have no choice but to force myself wearing the uniform hahaha. I don't like the uniform, believe me it's no good waaaahh.

Few years back, our uniform was all white - blouse and knee length skirt or 1 1/2 inch above the knee skirt. We looked awesome with that. And now they have changed it, the blouse looks different now, and the skirt has checkers stripes with red, yellow, and green.

Here's what it looks like:



They now impose guidelines that female students should follow. I am not happy with most of the guidelines, but I must obey. LOL.

When wearing the uniform:

Blouse
  • Officially prescribed white blouse with college pin on the left collar. - I'm ok with this.
Skirt
  • Officially prescribed checked (red, yellow and green) skirt. - BOO! hu hu hu!
Shoes
  • Closed black "Cuban" shoes (heel: at least 1.5"). Loafer, boots, pointed and rubber shoes or shoes with straps, including sandals are not allowed. - OK, Cuban shoes is ok with me (there are good and classy Cuban shoes around), but at least they could have allowed pointed shoes! Graaaah!
Bags
  • Only black or brown shoulder bag and/or handbags are allowed; backpack or sling bag is not allowed. - Of course with a uniform like that, who would wear a backpack and wearing a high heeled shoes. BUT, why won't they allow colored bags? I have more of 'em than black and brown bags!
Accessories
  • Only skin-tone stocking is recommended - OK, though I don't wear stocking, I still find it classy.
  • Silver, gold, black, white strapped wrist watch. - No objections at all.
  • Dangling, fashion jewelries (earrings, bracelet, necklace, etc) and multiple earring are not allowed. - Uhmm.. OK. though I have multiple ear piercings hehehe.
Miscellaneous (what? there's more?)
  • Tattoos are not allowed - If I have a tattoo, they wouldn't see it anyway. LOL!
  • Hair must be kept tidy. Use only black hairclips or ribbons for the hair. No hair dye is allowed. - Uhmm.. OK.
  • No heavy makeup and no dark colored lipstick. Only daytime makeup is allowed. - Fine with me!
  • Fingernails must be kept clean and cut to a reasonable length. Only colorless nail polish is allowed. - Colorless is boring!
Am I on the right University? Or convent? LOL.
I'll post some photos soon!

2 comments:

  1. I'm glad you're fine now and ready for school after that overdose. Maybe you didn't take the meds on full stomach or might have allergic reactions to the drugs.Melatonin is a safe sleeping tablet I take once in a while after consecutive nights of puyat. I hope you get the notebook sooner, ang hirap nakikipag agawan sa PC.Have a great week ahead tukayang Ilonga.

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