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48. Do you find it comforting or constraining to have a uniform?
Comforting, yes. I don't have to worry about what and how and why to wear.
When I was a child I had uniform, as far as I remember it was indifferent.
I wore a uniform as a child from when I started school to grade 5. At the time I didn't love it, but also didn't hate it. And when I moved to Canada in grade 5 I really missed it.
i used to wear a uniform for school and the best part was figuring out how to skirt the rules
I found it comforting.
i've disliked when i had to wear the same thing for work in the past. it was a relief to quit those jobs and get to decide for myself.
It was both comforting and contraining for me during the one time that I had to wear one. I don't mind plaid skirts but I like expressing myself through what I wear.
I have never worked in a place that required one.
Constraining. Would rather choose what to wear.
I really like uniform
If it is a uniform set my someone else - constraining. If it is set me be - comforting and freeing, in the sense that I'm freed from having to worry about what I'm going to wear.
It definitely made getting dressed in the morning a lot quicker. Things became harder when I entered sixth form and had to make my own choices.
I did like safari gear
no longer with Land Rover just FIDM
For me it feels safe.
Comforting to have a definitive, distinct dress code, constraining (or uncomfortable, at the very least) to have an unspoken dress code.