The power school dress code is one of the most bizarre and ridiculous regulations in America.

It’s a dress code that is so restrictive that a school would not be allowed to have a dress fitting for a child of any age.

A student wearing a skirt and shoes, for example, would not even be allowed on a playground, let alone a field trip.

In other words, they would be banned from the field, or from the gym, or anywhere else that would allow for athletic competition.

The dress code, which has been in place since 2009, has caused a major backlash.

Many schools, including the University of North Carolina, have said they will no longer allow students to wear dresses.

Students are also not allowed to wear leggings, tights, long-sleeved shirts or tank tops.

At the University at Albany, students were not allowed any more than one pair of shoes, so there are now no leggers.

But students have also been allowed to take off their shoes, wear hats, and carry the same amount of weight as their peers, the Times Union reported.

So what does this have to do with makeup?

Many people are confused by the dress code.

As long as it’s appropriate, as long as the school is making sure it’s fair, the dress is okay, said Lauren A. McVay, an associate professor of law and legal studies at the University College of the West of England.

And as long that there is no harm to the student, it doesn’t have to be a dress, she said.

“If you think of it as a dress and you don’t have a problem with that, then you can wear it.”

But if a student doesn’t want to wear the dress, that’s their choice.

For some, the rule is a bit of a cultural norm.

I’ve heard about it all my life, but I didn’t know it was a rule until I was at school, said Katie Lacey, a junior at the North Carolina Institute of Technology.

That rule was not the norm, but now it is, she told the Times.

What are your thoughts?

I don’t really think the dresscode is that bad, said Melissa Geddes, a senior at the California Institute of Integral Studies.

My mom always wore a skirt because I didn, she explained.

However, the problem is that there are so many rules, and so many students, it’s not like they have to wear it.

I think we should be able to choose whatever is comfortable to us, she added.

You might not be able dress up as a school girl, but you can still dress up to be different, said Jessica H. Hays, a student at the Pennsylvania Institute of Tech.

Even if you don to, it can be ok, she shared.

If you’re not comfortable with the dress it’s ok, and you can dress up in whatever you want.

So I think that’s fine, I think everyone should have the right to dress however they want.

This article originally appeared on The Washington Post.