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DRESS CODE: LASU Bans Baggy,face Caps , Tattoos, slippers e.t.c

According to the newly released dress of code of Lagos State University, the management has finally banned wearing of Hijab in the school premises.

The law that bans burka is the 9th instruction of the 18 laws by the school. Amongst the 18 new laws, personally, I am not in support of the ban on the use of face caps, tattooing and the ban on the use shorts & knickers.

With this new development, it is obvious that the management of Lagos State University is taking fashion away from student which ought not to be.

Below are the 18 kinds dressing/fashion style banned for Lagos State University Students
1) Transparent dresses, Mini and Skimpy Skirts/Dresses, Body Hugs, Spaghetti Wears, Mono Straps, Wicked Straps, Boob Tubes, Lacey Camisoles, Backless Tops, Cleavage Exposing Outfits, Low Neckline Shirts and Blouses and other wears revealing sensitive parts of the body.

2) Tattered, Dirty Jeans with holes and obscene or subliminal massages

3) Baggy, Saggy, Yansh, Ass level and over length trousers.

4) Tight fittings e.g Leggings, Hipster, Patra, and Lacra that reveals body shape and contours of the body.

5) T-Shirts and Tops with obscene, obnoxious or seductive inscription.

6) Chest, Bust, Belly, Backside, Arm, Thigh and Leg revealing outfits (Male & Female).

7) Wearing of loose tie, folding, holding and pocketing of tie

Shirts without buttons, improperly buttoned, rolling of sleeves or flying of collar.

9) Face caps or complete covering of Face.

10) Piercing of body and tattooing.

11) Wearing of ear rings by male students.

12) Wearing of nose ring, very male students.

13) Wearing of bogus distractive knocking shoes like stiletto to lectures and the library.

14) Plaiting, wearing, bonding of hair by male students.

15) Farmer’s shorts, Knickers, Tight Shorts and Slacks are allowed only for sports

16) Slippers, bare foot and bare body are prohibited.

17) Lousy, unnatural/artificial hair attachment beyond shoulder lenghth.

18) General unkempt appearance

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