Take a look at this article:
As a parent, I would never want my daughter to wear something inappropriate in a high school photo. Or to school at all.
This school was so uptight they Photoshopped numerous high school photos of girls who were wearing items they thought to be too revealing. But were they?
In one instance, two girls wore the exact same top. One of the girls had sleeves Photoshopped onto the garment, the other did not.
My question is this:
If the garment wasn’t too inappropriate to wear in a school setting, why is it suddenly the school’s decision what a student should look like immortalized in their high school photos? These yearbooks are forever keepsakes, and unless the clothing is too inappropriate to wear at school – shouldn’t the girl be able to present herself how she wishes to be remembered?