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How to Stand Out in Boy's School Uniforms

It's pretty hard to stand out when all the other guys are wearing the same thing you are. So check out these ways to brighten up your school uniform!

Dress Shirts and Ties

To avoid the uptight private school boy look, loosen your tie, unbutton a couple of buttons on your dress shirt and roll up the sleeves. You can even roll up the sleeves of your polo shirt a couple of times too.

T-Shirts

Make your button-down look a little less boring by wearing it over a T-shirt or long-sleeve tee in a contrasting color. If your school doesn't let you wear tees underneath, then layer it over your shirt and tie.

Accessories

Girls may have their jewelry and hair accessories, but guys have accessories to work with too. Add color to your school uniform with a funky belt and some preppy socks (think stripes, camo, plaid, or argyle), and don't forget to strap on a cool watch, tie clip and sunglasses.

School Bags

Whether you're into backpacks, messenger bags, skateboard bags or big sports bags, getting yourself a cool school bag is a great way to express your unique style!

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