Dress Code, Smess Code


As soon as I hear the phrase "dress code" I immediately cringe. The idea of adhering to a dress code just might be my kryptonite. In fact, I was always so grateful that I didn't have to wear a uniform to school. Just the thought of that was too much to bear. Wait, maybe I shouldn't be revealing all this...but seriously, unless we are talking about a work dress code, (which you already know we wholeheartedly respect at Kyndafly), dress codes should be loose and perhaps looked at as more of a "guideline." 

Ever since I can remember, I've never wanted to be a carbon copy of my peers. I would always seek out shoes that I felt NO ONE else would wear. And I found great pleasure when in fact, no one at my school had the same pair as me, it was a total "Victory" (in my Johnny Drama voice). But, don't get me wrong, I'll play along to a particular theme or follow the same overall trends as my peers, but I'm likely going to throw in my own personal twist, making the look uniquely mine. 

So, be warned, I'm probably going to show up to your "All White Party" in a bold and dynamic color (possibly matched with something white), because, thug life. And because, if we're all wearing white, we may as well opt for uniforms, and wants to live in that nightmare? Not me. I've always preferred to stand out, and explicit dress codes just don't allow for uniqueness. Therefore, unless it's work or you know, someone is footing the bill for the evening, I can't resist the urge to go all rebellious and go against the dress code. How do y'all feel about dress codes?