What I loved about the "sweater weather" before was that I could try out all my sweaters that I barely use because I live in a tropical country. It would dominate your uniform. Plus points if your PE bottoms would match. You could go to the mall without changing anymore.
My school wasn't strict with the bracelets on our wrists. Don't wear the all out bangles and really noisy charm bracelets that will surely distract your teacher and your classmates. Loombands, friendship bracelets, a Cruciani one (which I love) would be awesome.
I'm not telling you to go buy a really a expensive pair of glasses just to spice up your school uniform. But I do know some people who do wear glasses just for the heck of it. If you'd like, buy some fake and cheap ones. I'm pretty sure the school doesn't restrict their students from wearing certain glasses, just as long as they aren't that outrageous.
Earrings are also one of the few things that you can control when you're required to wear a uniform. Most schools only allow stud earrings but don't fret - adorable stud earrings are literally being sold everywhere in sets of 2 to 20. You can even try to wear a mismatched pair for added uniqueness.
Black leather shoes may be the mandatory pair of shoes for all the schools that require uniforms, but no one said that the Mary Janes is the mandatory design. The black leather shoes comes in all shapes and sizes (oxfords, flats, loafers, moccasins, etc) and as long as it doesn't have an outrageous design and you follow the heel height requirement, you're pretty much free to wear anything!
- Anna Cayco and Marian Plaza
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