Regulation knickers

Regulation knickers are knickers that meet a uniform's dress code—especially a school uniform. They are typically full bottom, without lace or other adornments, and are typically required to be a set colour without prints, such as for example white or navy blue.

Styles and coloursEdit

Uniforms codes that include skirts or kilts with highly physically active wearers—especially children—often recognize that panty flashing will be inevitable. So they set a colour for regulation knickers that blends in with the uniform in a way that they are less noticeable. For this purpose, bottle blues and greens as well a crimsons are popular. However some alternative reasoning favours the purity symbolism of white, despite how high contrast they are.

Regulation knickers are often conservative in style, in other words old-fashioned, such as cut very high up the waist ("full briefs"), and perhaps of a material thicker than usual underwear is.

Regulation knickers and spankingEdit

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Discipline 1930's style.

In strict institutions where dress code violations are punishable with corporal punishment, non-regulation knickers in and of themselves can be a spankworthy offence. However even when not, if a student is to be spanked and their skirt or kilt is flipped up in preparation, a discovery of non-regulation knickers will increase the trouble they are in, possibly including the "confiscation" of the non-regulation clothing item before the punishment is carried out.

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