Thursday, October 24, 2013

Why are you wearing pajamas to class?

As a long-time student (basically, I'm in 18th grade), I can say with absolute certainty that pajamas are only appropriate at home. A microscopic amount of exceptions exist and the only one I can think of right now is going to the doctor if you're so sick you can't put on real pants. Aside from that, take off your fleece pajamas and put on -- at the VERY least -- some yoga pants. 

That brings me to what I've seen on campus. In the law school, I don't think I've seen pajamas (yet), but sharing a campus with undergrads, sloppy pajama pants and floppy tees are abundant. I get it: You're tired, you haven't showered today, and will likely just go back to bed after your 9am class. No excuse. I'm not saying you need to be like the hair-and-makeup-and-heels girls; just put on some real pants. No drawstrings, no flannel, nothing you slept in the night before (walk of shame attire excluded if you're walking home. Walking to class in last night's outfit? Oh boy.). 

Here are some comfy alternatives that will turn heads in the quad for the right reason. Oh, and one last thought...

Leggings are not pants.

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