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School Uniforms in Different Countries – Detect the Diverse Appeal

Believe it or not, school uniforms are absolutely not only clothes for students. They stand for the culture or beauty appreciation standard of a country. To wear uniforms has become a trend in most countries in modern era. Today, let’s take a look at school uniforms in different nations. This will be interesting. And here, you will detect diverse allure!

School Uniforms in Thailand – The Sexiest

1-School Uniforms in Thailand

Students in Thailand are required to wear school uniforms from the primary school to college. New style of uniforms for girl students is rather sexy, on which white shirt is changed to be close-fitting and short-sleeved. But how tight are they? Yes, they can totally expose each curve of the wearer. Changes also happened on black skirts. They were long to cover knees before. But now, they are drop waist and miniskirts with ruffle. The waistline is near the hip. And the hem only reaches to the middle part of the leg. To walk more conveniently, a split is designed at the slant side of the miniskirt. Referring to this, some middle or old-age people are rather dissatisfied. They think this is an ultimate damage for moral.

School Uniforms in England – The Most Orthodox

2-School Uniforms in England

Style of England school uniforms is rather classic, simple and decent. Middle school students must wear orthodox western-style school uniforms. Boys wear orthodox western-style clothes, regular leather shoes and must wear necktie. Girls also wear western-style clothes, regular leather shoes and must wear bowtie. This classic clothing style unconsciously affects England students’ temperament and also sense of beauty.

School Uniforms in Korea – The Gentlewomanliest

3-School Uniforms in Korea

Do you still remember the classic frames in My Sassy Girl? Gianna Jun and Cyun Cha wore senior school uniforms while going to the bar. What they wore are definitely the most common school uniforms in Korea. Boys wear white shirt and western-style trousers. Girls wear white shirt, flower checked ruffle skirt and bowknot.

School Uniforms in Japan – The Cutest

4-School Uniforms in Japan

For students, school uniforms in Japan are not only symbols for a school, but also a symbol for the current fashion trends, even a crucial factor that affects students while choosing a school. Japanese school uniforms for girls originate in sailor suits. So they are also called as sailor suits or sailor uniforms. Anime elements are used on them. Then, Japanese school uniforms for boys are classic dark colored clothes with stand-up collar, being similar to Chinese tunic suits.

School Uniforms in Malaysia – The Most Conservative

5-School Uniforms in Malaysia

Students in Malaysia obey rather strict rules. Girls’ dresses must be long to cover the knees. Shirts must cover the elbow. Comparing with Thai students, they are much more conservative, XD.

School Uniforms in Australia – The Most Unified

6-School Uniforms in Australia

Both boy and girl students in Australia are required to wear black leather shoes and white socks. They wear school uniforms all the time except the physical education, when they need to wear gym suits.

School Uniforms in Oman – Having The Most Ethnic Characteristics

7-School Uniforms in Oman

School uniforms in Oman are believed to have the most ethnic features. Boy students wear traditional robes. Girl students wear veil.

School Uniforms in Bhutan – The Most Practical

8-School Uniforms in Bhutan

It’s said that students in Bhutan don’t carry school bags. They carry all stationeries and books in clothes. So their uniforms are always bulged.

School Uniforms in United States – The Most Uncontrolled

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Campus environment in United States is rather unconstrained. Students can decide by themselves whether they buy and wear school uniforms or not.

School Uniforms in China – The Most Classic & Sportive

10-School Uniforms in China

School uniforms in most schools of China are only different in size. You can’t find big differences between boys’ uniforms and girls’ uniforms only from the appearance. Both of them are loose sport suits.

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6 Comments

  1. Posted May 10, 2012 at 1:36 pm | Permalink

    Some of these arnt that bad.. Some are really good

  2. Bekah
    Posted October 17, 2012 at 12:59 am | Permalink

    Wow. I really like this article series on uniforms^^ It helped me a lot with a current project I’m doing.

    And, actually, most schools in the US don’t have uniforms. And if they do, you HAVE to wear them and the rules are very strict about how you wear them and what you wear. And nowadays it’s usually only charter schools or private schools ^^

    • Posted October 17, 2012 at 5:06 am | Permalink

      yes, i have seen many private schools have uniforms ,especial in Uk

  3. Peter
    Posted November 14, 2012 at 1:20 am | Permalink

    Hey, you really are stretching things to describe some of these uniforms. That pic of the “Campus environment in United States is rather unconstrained” is just a publicity shot of ACTORS in their 20′s pretending to be private school students. It certainly does not show what most schools are like. As for the Australian school, that is again from a Private School, a rather expensive and exclusive one at that. Most public schools have basic uniforms, white or grey shirts, dark grey pants or shorts, ties are rarely if ever worn. many schools no longer have uniforms. The Chinese sport uniform is just that, one of two types and not worn everyday. Uniforms around the world are far more varied than you could imagine.

  4. Hi
    Posted March 29, 2013 at 9:54 am | Permalink

    I can’t speak for the other countries, but Australia is NOT like that at all. Adding to what Peter said, if you go to a public school you’re likely to find jeans, t-shirts and hoodies amongst the crowd.

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