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|The Waldorf stuff is funny really because it's presented as this whole complex Steiner approach, but actually it's all incredibly simple and basic! (at least the bits I'm drawn to)|
|Dress code of Waldorf parents?! That's the sort of thing I don't like about Steiner, there is a certain elitism and cliquey snobbery...you shouldn't have to dress a certain way to raise your child according to your values, kwim?|
|Originally posted by octobersweethearts
I know that Steiner talks about the importance of color and that young children "take in" color so the teachers wear soft colors and never black. I know they also often wear flowy dresses as to not to draw attention to their bodies.
I wasn't aware there was a dress code for parents?? Unless you mean some parents try to do this as well?
|Originally posted by Rhonwyn
The parents at our school run the gamut of pink hair and leopard skin, to business suits, to hippie granola mothers.
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