(NEWSER) – A high school in Cape Cod isn't the first to ban yoga pants, which tend to be barred over their form-fitting nature being seen as a "distraction" for male students, but this time it's ostensibly for a different reason—at least according to the school district's superintendent.

"Vocational technical education is about preparing people for a career," he says. "It has to do with employability. We're passing on the skills that are needed in the workforce, to know that's not proper attire when you're at work." And thus Cape Cod Technical High School's dress code now reads: "Leggings, tights, yoga pants, and any other extremely form fitting apparel are considered an accessory and must be worn with dress/skirt or shorts," reports the Huffington Post Canada.

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