According to the new law, school districts will be able to punish pupils showing too much underwear or bare skin while on school property, Sky News reports.
One student, Trina Sanders, said: "Everybody should dress how they wanna dress, it's a free country."
However, Aisha Williams countered: "Then again... we don't wanna see your underwear."
After being passed in the state's senate and house of representatives, it requires the governor's signature to become law.
Should the governor sign off the proposition, it will become law from July 1.
The introduction of the law follows a recent failed bill which incorporated the use of a ruler to measure the drift of trousers and also carried the threat of fines and community service.
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