I remember wearing this sort of thing to school once in grade 9, thinking a t-shirt under a long dress was both comfortable and fashionable. Except all my t-shirts were tie dye, and instead of looking cute I looked like I had just been expelled from a Grateful Dead concert for being too conservative. Long story short, this did not attract the fashionable boys with their white pants and B4-4 hair, but the skids who sat at the back and came to class all high and wearing stone cold Steve Austin shirts. I went back to wearing Gap the next day, but for the rest of my life I will be attracted to losers wearing Tapout shirts instead of nice boys in Armani. I can’t help it, and I blame Seventeen ENTIRELY.