Today’s pretty girl is wearing a hip-length sweater as a dress…
There are some things I really love about life at the College, such as finally being allowed to wear the sexy clothes I only dreamed about wearing when I was in high school. On the other hand, there are some things I wish I could change, like the “overlap rule”
Sure, I understand the overlap rule — you can’t wear any clothes that overlap other clothes — and I see why it has to be there. Obviously you can’t have girls wearing panties under a dress, so you can’t allow shorts under a long top, either, because that would give a girl the opportunity to argue her dress is just a top and her panties are a kind of shorts, and they just happen to overlap. So by having the “no overlap” rule, any such argument is obviated right at the start. I get it.
But here is my favorite top, which I used to wear in high school, with a cute bottom, like maybe a little skirt, or boy-shorts, leggings, or even just a pair of panties or a thong. Now, technically, I guess the panties or thong violated the high school dress code, But most of my teachers let me get away with it. I was pretty lucky, I guess. I just had one teacher who routinely punished the girls for wearing a top with just panties under it, and he would only punish one girl per day. So on any given day, there would be about five or six of us dressed that way, so my chances were pretty good. By pretty good, I mean it was more likely that I would get to see another girl be punished than being punished myself. And it was really fun to watch. He would do a kind of sexual spanking, and he would make the girl actually beg to cum, it was so delicious!
But here at the College, there’s no overlapping allowed. So this means a short top, like a belly-shirt, or a cute little sweater, or even a sports bra is fine, because you can wear a bottom, like a micro-miniskirt, or a loin-cloth, for example. On the other hand, a longer top, that comes down to tail-bone level, is perfect without any bottom at all, because it’s long enough to really feel like a dress.
The hardest kind of top to wear at the College is the middle-length, halfway between waist-length and tailbone-length, and that’s this hip-length sweater.
But I still love it!
So, I bite the bullet, and wear it. Sans bottom. Oh, well, it’s life at the College.