Ogden, Utah - There's a new fad of students - mostly girls - wearing pajama bottoms to school, and so far administrators are not making a fuss about it.Trashy? Look, if it's good enough for Anita Borzyszkowska, it should be good enough for you, Alena. I mean, she's only the Vice-president of Gap International (scroll down):
"Some days you don't want to get dressed up for school. Like when it's raining and cold. You just want to be cozy," said Ben Lomond junior Elvia Escalante, 16.
School administrators in Ogden, Weber and Davis school districts say the pajamas have been modest and there hasn't been a problem.
"There are worse things a kid could wear to school," said Ross Lunceford, principal of Hillcrest Elementary School in Ogden.
"Pajama bottoms would be an improvement for some of our kids," said Ogden High School Principal Ed Jenson.
Some students don't think much of the attire.
"They may be comfy, but it makes you look trashy and it gives you the idea you can just slack off for the day," said Ben Lomond High School senior Alena Marshall, 18.
Do you dress up to go to the shops?
No, not at all. It's not slobbing out, but I have a lot of men's cashmere jumpers that I wear with jeans at the weekends... I've been known to go out in pyjama bottoms, flip-flops and a jumper.