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Michael Jordan Banned From La Gorce Country Club for Wearing Cargo Shorts - Miami New Times

Michael Jordan Banned From La Gorce Country Club for Wearing Cargo Shorts - Miami New Times | Fashion42 | Scoop.it

By Kyle Munzenrieder

 

Beware: cargo shorts are such an absolute scourge on men's fashion that not even Michael Jordan can get away with wearing cargo shorts anymore. And he's Michael Jordan!

 

MJ just got kicked out of Miami Beach's fancy-pantsy (and we mean that quite literally) La Gorce Country Club for breaking their dress code by wearing cargo shorts on the golf course. And while that sounds stingy and elitist, may we remind you that Michael Jordan is a 49-year-old multi-millionaire who should not be wearing shorts made popular by frat boys who shopped at Abercrombie circa 2002....

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Cargo shorts are a big no no for wearing to a golf course...?

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Mississippi Children Handcuffed In School For Not Wearing A Belt

Mississippi Children Handcuffed In School For Not Wearing A Belt | Fashion42 | Scoop.it
A recent Department of Justice lawsuit that called the criminalization of school disciplinary offenses as minor as dress code violations so arbitrary and severe as to “shock the conscience” publicized some of the most egregious punishment at...

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Emily W's comment, May 24, 2013 9:46 AM
Mississippi is not a fun place, ever been there, you'd know. School being the worst, this is a time to be thankful for living in WI.
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Cocoa City, Florida votes to outlaw "saggy pants"

Cocoa City, Florida votes to outlaw "saggy pants" | Fashion42 | Scoop.it

ORLANDO, Fla. - The Cocoa City Council will vote Tuesday night on a proposed ordinance banning saggy pants.

 

The ordinance would prohibit wearing pants or skirts that expose underwear or skin 3 inches or more below the waistline and would apply to streets, sidewalks and other designated city property.

 

Offenders of the proposed ordinance would receive an initial verbal warning from police, followed by a first written violation resulting in a $25 civil fine.

 

Cocoa Police Chief Mark Klayman supports the ordinance and considers it an opportunity to confront individuals on the street.

 

“This would give the police officers the probable-cause stop,” Klayman said. “This could also be a measure to allow us to get drugs and guns off the street just based on this stop.”

 

But not everyone is on board with the idea of having police officers enforce a public dress code...


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