A school has come under fire this week for its somewhat problematic dress-code for parents picking up their children...
Because, according to them, some parents were dressing a little inappropriately for the school run.
Scroll on to hear what they had to say...
Now, most of us will agree that the school run isn't exactly a fashion show.
For most parents, it's simply a case of getting their children to school on time so, of course, there's little time to strategically plan an outfit.
Comfy jeans, mix-matched socks, oversized coats...
That's the usual look for the school run, isn't it?
Though, of course, parents can wear whatever they like when dropping their children off...
Because as long as the child is in the classroom on time, what does it matter?
Well, one school has evidently found a problem with their parents' fashion choices while picking up their kids...
And, as a result, put down a list of new clothing rules for them to abide by in the future.
Of course, parents were outraged upon reading the list...
The letter, which was titled "Playground Etiquette" asks all parents to make more of an effort to dress appropriately for pick-ups and drops at Seymour Primary in West Sussex, United Kingdom.
"Wearing clothes that are too skimpy or for other times of the day is not setting a good example."
Co-principals Carol Collins and Emma Eardley said on their request:
"In response to increasing numbers of parents wearing pajamas and, at times revealing clothing that looked like underwear, the school issued a note asking parents to consider dressing more appropriately."
"Whilst well-intended as guidance, the school acknowledges the wording could have been less prescriptive."
One parent from the school defended the decision, saying:
"I've seen mums in dressing gowns and slippers, and one wearing a see-through mini skirt and crop top on a cold, spring day — you could literally see everything. Not to be outdone, another mum was showing such a full cleavage in a V-neck top that nobody knew where to look."
"Parents need to show a good example on standards of dress."
What do you think? Should parents be watching what they wear at the school gates? Or does it simply not matter?