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Hi everyone. Incoming 1L starting in September.

Do you feel you need to dress up every day for class? Office clothes, business casual, etc?

Or can you dress more comfortably for everyday classes (jeans for example)? *Apart from days where you have presentations, other formal commitments, etc.*

Thank you!

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Just now, z0000 said:

Hi everyone. Incoming 1L starting in September.

Do you feel you need to dress up every day for class? Office clothes, business casual, etc?

Or can you dress more comfortably for everyday classes (jeans for example)? *Apart from days where you have presentations, other formal commitments, etc.*

Thank you!

for TRU i know that people dress to law classes how they dressed in undergrad - casually. 

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4 hours ago, z0000 said:

Hi everyone. Incoming 1L starting in September.

Do you feel you need to dress up every day for class? Office clothes, business casual, etc?

Or can you dress more comfortably for everyday classes (jeans for example)? *Apart from days where you have presentations, other formal commitments, etc.*

Thank you!

For most of the year I wear leggings and a big sweater and that is very normal.

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Can anyone recommend a good hair stylist in Downtown Toronto to me? Via PM is fine.

I'm not too picky of a person, just want a haircut to be presentable and professional. Recently got my hair cut on Friday and it is very uneven.

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