When three-year-old Lola Stonehouse came to preschool wearing a sundress on a particularly hot day, her parents thought nothing of it.
But that day, Jamie and Sadie Stonehouse were told via text that if Lola were to wear that dress again, she would need to wear a T-shirt underneath.
Lola attends The Little Years Nursery School in Winnipeg, Canada, and staff reportedly thought her dress was “inappropriate.”
According to Lola’s father, who spoke to Canadian TV news network CTV, the school says girls must have straps that are at least two inches wide.
Lola's mum is distressed about how to tell her young daughter that she can't wear her sundress to school.
“She’s not going to understand," she told CTV.
"She’s going to think that maybe she did something wrong, when she very much didn’t.
“So now she’s going to be questioning her own body. And that’s such a young age to even be thinking of something like that.”