Is it normal to wear uniform after school?

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Scottishlad888
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If you are happy with that thats all that matters stay comfy
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(Original post by Scottishlad888)
If you are happy with that thats all that matters stay comfy
Exactly. I came home from school at 1 today but got changed at quarter to six
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(Original post by Bellawalton363)
I do this! I have my top button done up, with my tie fastened to the top, top blazer button done up, bottom one unbuttoned, shirt tucked into my skirt, I stay like this morning till night, it’s really tight and chokes you, but you should look smart and presentable. (I’m in year 10 btw)
Well you certainly sound fake lol
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i detest uniform, the best thing about getting home is peeling your socks off and changing your clothes
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Even for me i wouldnt do that i wouldnt keep the collar tight even in school and i dont even wear my blazer at home
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(Original post by anime<3gaming)
Well you certainly sound fake lol
What does that mean?
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I always take it off and put it away, firstly.

How on earth is it comfortable?

Secondly, is there any point getting it unnececarily dirty when u wanna look smart for school?

Finally (but theres many more i wont mention), its good self discipline to get changed, like doing your bed.
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(Original post by The Torrent)
I always take it off and put it away, firstly.

How on earth is it comfortable?

Secondly, is there any point getting it unnececarily dirty when u wanna look smart for school?

Finally (but theres many more i wont mention), its good self discipline to get changed, like doing your bed.
You want to look smart right?
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(Original post by Bellawalton363)
You want to look smart right?
well u dont really wanna walk in with creased clothes u been lying on ur sofa with and food stains on ur collar...
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(Original post by The Torrent)
well u dont really wanna walk in with creased clothes u been lying on ur sofa with and food stains on ur collar...
ik what ur saying. I wouldnt eat in my uniform at home unless its smt that doesnt smell too strong or is susceptible to staining
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(Original post by johnpeterson)
I wear my school uniform until I go to bed, I keep my top button done up, shirt tucked in, tie knotted to the top button and both blazer buttons done up, is this normal I think it’s really comfy.
I’m the exact same tbh even tho my mum finds it weird I tuck my shirt in
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(Original post by stereotypeasian)
I do this as well !!!!!
Sameeee
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(Original post by johnpeterson)
I wear my school uniform until I go to bed, I keep my top button done up, shirt tucked in, tie knotted to the top button and both blazer buttons done up, is this normal I think it’s really comfy.
I don't think that many students wear the uniform til they go to bed. But if it is a comfortable suit for you, the majority does not matter.
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I used to do this omfggg eww no wonder I was ugly..........

I got my hourglass figure backkk darlingsss and most of my acne went!
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(Original post by nightingalegend)
i detest uniform, the best thing about getting home is peeling your socks off and changing your clothes
That is true. The first thing I do when being back at home. Sweats are my imagination of comfort.
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(Original post by user936)
Sometimes I would wear my school uniform in the evenings too. This would include blazer tie neatly just like how it was at school. This may sound uncomfortable but for me it really wasnt. Also, sometimes during the holidays id wear it for like 10 mins. Have you been wearing your uniform even during lockdown?
Yes I have. Every day in fact. Helped me do my work during the schoolday and even wore it at the weekends and during the holidays.
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I always changed after getting back home from school.
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(Original post by Carstairsned)
Yes I have. Every day in fact. Helped me do my work during the schoolday and even wore it at the weekends and during the holidays.
Unlike you I havent been wearing my uniform this lockdown because we dont need to for online school so idk when ill be able to
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nothing wrong with that, i sometimes keep my uniform on neatly (tie done up, shirt tucked in) after school till bedtime. i overall love wearing my school uniform, i even put it on during lockdown sometimes
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(Original post by MajorEvergarden)
nothing wrong with that, i sometimes keep my uniform on neatly (tie done up, shirt tucked in) after school till bedtime. i overall love wearing my school uniform, i even put it on during lockdown sometimes
Does anyone say anything to u abt the fact youre in ur school uniform until bedtime or do you just wear it without bother? Also how often do u wear it in lockdown?
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