So I just bought the course packets for my two clinical classes in my final semester of my bachelor's program. Dress code for community health clinical is as follows: "tailored well fitting blouse, navy blue skirt, comfortable walking shoes. No sneakers, sandals, or clogs. Knee length skirt is recommended." We've been wearing royal blue scrub bottoms and a white polo top for the past 3 semesters. I don't own any of those clothes and I also hate wearing skirts. Men are allowed to wear plain slacks and a shirt. I know I'm probably over-reacting but has anyone else experienced this change in dress code for community health?