Who said that at school we should not follow any particular dress code? In some Italian schools, principals have imposed strict rules, banning for example pants and shirts with holes or tears, miniskirts and shorts. The new school year started a few weeks ago and for the young students came back the age-old dilemma: what should I wear to go to school? Despite the usual rules related to taste (and common sense), it is not always said that we should give up style even to go to class.
The junior fashion fortunately comes to the rescue again with a style guide that is worth following. In terms of very young girls students, the top items of clothing is certainly represented by leggings, preferably combined with a blouse. Comfort and style will be the watchword as, in addition to greater comfort than the classic tracksuit, allow them to be combined with almost everything. The advice is not to make mistakes related to the proportions, so its best to match them to a long sweater or something broad.
The first few months will be especially in the South of Italy still hot. How can we substitute, therefore, the shorts? Of course with Bermuda shorts to match with simple t-shirt in soft tones. If you love sports dress, the tracksuit will be ok but only as far as the pants, combined with loose shirts. The same holds true for boys who may combine it with plaid or jeans shirts. To bermuda shorts are also well combined the classic polo, while to the sweatpants are well combined the fine colored or printed and written t-shirt.
In terms of colours, both male and female outfit, just like the adult fashion, will be preferred absolutely the shades of grey and red. Thus, a red tartan shirt will be fine in the warm months and then be worn in winter ones along with a sweater.
Staying on the theme “Back to school”, Primigi proposed for this season some energy-rich items but heads of comfort and always trendy. For girls it proposed warm and soft lines with clothes embellished with pleats and prints in contrasting colours. More decided the colours of the garments intended for Primigi children, with sophisticated graphics and that refer to a futuristic style. A return to school in the name of sweatshirts treated with soft-washing, curved-fit trousers, knitted denim fabrics.