12 Awesome Dress Code Protests You Probably Have Never Seen Before.


Unique dress codes protests are the new trends that are going viral. People couple with some hilarious ideas and they instantly become a hit on social media. These dress codes protests are mostly satirical and need no violence. People do it very calmly, and yet these dress codes are enough to trigger the opposition. Here we have collected some of the best dress code protests that are too good to be real.

Here are the 12 awesome dress code protests that will give you a good laugh. Take a look! 

1. The pajama protest

When School changed the class time from 9 am to 7 am, these teachers found a way to protest.

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2. Sent back to home from office for wearing shorts

This man was sent back to home by his boss because he came to work in a pair of shorts. He came back home and posted this pic of himself wearing a women’s dress as a protest.

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3. This woman knows how to shut her haters up

This woman who often faced dress codes violation during her study and her dresses were nowhere near inappropriate. So, she decided to shut her haters up in her yearbook picture.

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4. Protesting against school

These young students at the Charleston County School of the Arts are wearing scarlet letters protest a new rule in school stating that those who violate the dress code must be immediately taken out of class.

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5. The group of kids who wore skirts

Even if the temperature touches 100 degrees at Isca Academy in Exeter, England, you aren’t allowed to wear shorts. If a person wears shorts, he will be sent to the isolation room for the whole day. So, a group of 50 to 70 boys showed up in skirts.

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6. When she was told that her hairstyle was unprofessional at work

June J. Rivas is from Chicago. She was recently told by her boss that the way she wore her hair was “unprofessional.” So, she comes to office wearing cosplay costumes to the office every day, and they fit the guidelines.

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A cinephile, believes in creative laziness, satirical, daydreamer, easily bored without WIFI, Potterhead and a big Fan of GOT. --An Analyst by profession, blogger by passion--

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