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    Anyone have to wear them for sixth form?

    Quick questions

    1. What colour tie matches a pink shirt?
    2. Black or charcoal grey suit?
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    (Original post by sloaney87)
    Anyone have to wear them for sixth form?

    Quick questions

    1. What colour tie matches a pink shirt?
    2. Black or charcoal grey suit?
    tehehehe!

    You arn't serious are you?
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    (Original post by sloaney87)
    Anyone have to wear them for sixth form?

    Quick questions

    1. What colour tie matches a pink shirt?
    2. Black or charcoal grey suit?
    hehe, you ahve to wear unfiroum at 6ith form!?? unlucky..

    lol pink shirt and grey suit?!? bloody hell, sounds like a fashion disaster.

    dont let everdawn see this thread..
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    brown goes REALLY well with pink.
    i had to wear suit for sixth form...i remember the first day back,the guys looked SOO hot! to be honest, most of us girls relaxed the rules A LOT by the end of sixth form..wearing linen trousers and flipflops!! haha
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    Don't wear pink shirts they are crap.

    Black suits are for funerals and detectives, don't wear one.

    My 2 suits for sixth form were a light grey pierre cardin (that I picked up in a charity shop for £25!) and a charcoal one from marks and sparks - being quite big I suited the dark one better.

    With shirts I'd remember that you're going to be wearing them a lot and so get good ones, next have some nice shirts.

    We had to were 6th form ties at my school so matching ties weren't an option.
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    I was supposed to wear a suit for 6th form, but well i didn't.

    The best shirt/tie combos i found were the ones that used different shades of the same colour.

    eg: A dark blue tie with a light blue shirt. Or in your case, a pink shirt and maybe a red tie.
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    Do you Have to wear a pink shirt or is that just personal choice? It takes a real man to carry off wearing a pink shirt
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    Personal choice, pink shirts are very popular especially the ralph lauren oxford type ones.
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    (Original post by sloaney87)
    Personal choice, pink shirts are very popular especially the ralph lauren oxford type ones.
    But they are not classy.
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    I only know one sixth form which does that, Latymer Boys School in London.

    Are you going there?
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    I remember having to wear a suit to 6th form. It was a school 6th form though so i guess it was my own fault. We usually had black suits so i'd go for that but a pink shirt?!? No!!! Pick something odd but nice like um, well i don't know really but not pink.
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    (Original post by sloaney87)
    Anyone have to wear them for sixth form?

    Quick questions

    1. What colour tie matches a pink shirt?
    2. Black or charcoal grey suit?
    poor thing! you have to wear uniform in sixth form!
    and whats with the pink shirt! :eek:
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    Next I'll be hearing my college says you have to wear what is in the attachment
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    depends what shade pink....a guy i used to work with had a pink shirt as part of his uniform, like a bright icing pink with a black suit. he looked cute in it lol. i'd go for the black suit just to make things a bit bolder...you could be in danger of being too pastely/girly.

    i'm gonna miss 6th form suit boys the wonders a suit does to a young man's image...
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    (Original post by priya)
    ..you could be in danger of being too pastely/girly
    You know what they say, it takes a real man to wear pink.
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    i had to wear a suit, with a school tie. we had a special sixth form tie but it was mingin so i wore my lower school tie! towards the end of the year my appearance just degraded, wearin suede shoes and hoodies (trust me it looked good :cool: ).

    i loved sixth form, spent most of it in the pub or smokin in an alley or drivin around in cars

    edited for pinkness: pink can look good on certain ppl! n tis true it takes a real man. if in doubt i always wear a black tie-black goes with everythin, even if it is a funeral colour! well blacks not really a colour...but i'll shut up now
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    Thank God, no, we can wear what we want....well, within reason. The 'smart-casual dress code' means we can't wear football shirts, tracksuits, shorts or baseball caps, and we're also not allowed really short/unnaturally coloured hair or body piercing. But everything else is OK!
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    (Original post by kellywood_5)
    we're also not allowed really short/unnaturally coloured hair or body piercing. But everything else is OK!
    Thats a bit dictatorial, no?
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    Yep. I had to wear a suit. I had a charcoal grey one with very faint pinstripes. Also i say dude, wear the pink shirts, it looks pretty cool, just team it up with a lighter pink tie and you will look the dogs *******s. It helps that pink is a bit of an "in" colour for blokes at the moment.
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    (Original post by kellywood_5)
    Thank God, no, we can wear what we want....well, within reason. The 'smart-casual dress code' means we can't wear football shirts, tracksuits, shorts or baseball caps, and we're also not allowed really short/unnaturally coloured hair or body piercing. But everything else is OK!
    WTF. I thought you're meant to be treated as adults in a sixth form? :confused:

    Someone in your sixth form should go in an American orange prisoner uniform
 
 
 
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