Posted by jc.hester on Apr 29, 2012 in Culture & Etiquette, Men's Clothing | 2 comments
What should a junior in high school be wearing?
How dressy do you want to look?
For stylish but casual, colored pants like corduroys and a patterned dress shirt. No tie, maybe untuck the shirt, or wear it tucked with a funky belt, throw on some canvas skate shoes in your color of choice and you’re good to go.
For a preppier, more buttoned-up look, try khakis and a lightly-patterned (mostly white) dress shirt, a brown leather belt and shoes, and maybe a very casual sports jacket (patterned or textured is good; nothing that looks like a solid, formal suit jacket).
Wear ties to high school at your own peril, outside of events like prom or award ceremonies.
You can wear khaki trousers, loafers, polo shirts, saddle shoes, wool trousers and knit sweaters for a more sharp look in school. Fitted jeans and wool overcoats can also help you level up your personal style. Buy well made, quality clothes that will last long and go for classy pieces rather than trendy clothes because they can go out of style and it’s a waste of money especially for a guy like your age. YOu also need to consider the weather and environment because you don’t want to wear an overcoat to a warm climate just to look good in school.
Hope this helps!
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