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School uniforms bring back memories of our bitter-sweet childhood days. Girls in Japan love their school uniforms, and there are fans of Japanese school uniforms all over the world. We know you love these cute school uniforms too, but do you really know everything about them? History of Uniforms Japan has had school uniforms for around years.
To start rewriting the pages of everyday work and school life, having a clear aesthetic in mind can facilitate in a fun way to go back to it. There is nothing more iconic than the schoolgirl uniform , worn by pop culture icons like Cher Horowitz and the entire cast of Gossip Girl , between old and new faces, to channel the desire to get back on track with mini skirts and chunky loafers. Common only to private schools in Italy, wearing a uniform is the rule in many European countries where pleated skirts, sweaters, white socks and loafers are a must, even outside the viral videos of Tik Tok. Created in the s to smooth social differences and impose order in academic circumstances, the school uniform was boycotted, reinvented and rethought by students from all over the world to become an aesthetic symbol of adolescence and like all things related to the female universe, often also strumentalized. Let's discover how between conformism and rebellion, social disorder and punk rock that has been used in subcultures and high fashion by international designers to subvert the system, to become the clear aesthetic that today we would recognize everywhere. Having a uniform is a functional solution, which frees you from cathartic doubts about what to wear and helps to be consistent in everyday style. Invented in the 16th century but popularized for women only in the early s in the Western world , the school uniform has changed shape over and over.
After all, while everyone is undoubtedly looking forward to the twists and turns in store as the season unfolds, the most thrilling part of the show for many is—and has always been— the fashion. In place of the prim headbands and neckties of the original, this time around the students take their school-day looks to inventive extremes; think short skirts, knee-high boots, bomber jackets, and more designer bags than you can shake a stick at. We all love a high school drama, but on film and television the school uniform can be a surprisingly important blank canvas for a director to showcase the individual tastes and motivations of each character—especially as those wearing them are often undergoing seismic personal change. Class is now in session. Sorry, Maggie.