Jade Seah's viral video: ACS boys dish out on 'sexiest' school girl uniforms

Local artiste Jade Seah interviews students about girls' school uniforms. (YouTube screengrab)Local artiste Jade Seah interviews students about girls' school uniforms. (YouTube screengrab)

The boys from Anglo-Chinese School (ACS) love to see uniforms worn by those from all-girls schools.

“I like CHIJ’s (Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus) uniform…the blue matches the white,” said a student, while another liked Methodist Girls School’s (MGS) uniform because of the “sailor neck”.

These reactions are what local artiste Jade Seah got, as seen in a new video that's been attracting a lot of online buzz.

Titled “ChicPeek School Style (ACS Edition)”, the video is a follow-up to an earlier edition, which was posted a week ago featuring Raffles Institution students.

The earlier video scored over 15,000 views while the latest one – posted on Thursday - got over 16,000 hits.

In the latest video, several ACS boys also told the 30-year-old host – decked in a CHIJ school uniform herself – that they liked school uniforms from all-girls schools because they were either “sexy”, “short” or “tight”.

Local artiste Jade Seah interviews Anglo-Chinese School students about all-girls school uniforms. (YouTube video)

The top favourites were uniforms from MGS, Singapore Chinese Girls’ School (SCGS)and CHIJ.

Those who preferred MGS uniforms agreed with Seah that it was because of its “Sailor Moon” vibe. "Sailor Moon" is a popular manga series about five sexy teenage girls in uniforms, fighting evil with their magical powers.

Meanwhile, one student thinks that the sleeveless SCGS uniform looks “sexy” while another added that “it’s quite tight”.

The uniform for CHIJ girls was also a favourite for some due to the pinafore’s “short” length.

Do uniforms matter when picking up girls from secondary schools?

Many of them said "no" when asked, and one even said, “Talking to the person is more important."

With that said, almost all the boys said they were single and none of them answered if they would have a better chance than Raffles Institution boys when it comes to girls.

While ACS students gave saucy answers, those from Raffles Institution gave the opposite - many of them preferred uniforms from Raffles Girls School (RGS), Cedar Girls School and St. Nicholas School mainly because of the colour and design (for example, the pleats on the RGS uniform).

An earlier edition of the video featuring Raffles Institution students.

The top favourites were uniforms from MGS, Singapore Chinese Girls’ School (SCGS)and CHIJ.

Those who preferred MGS uniforms agreed with Seah that it was because of its “Sailor Moon” vibe. "Sailor Moon" is a popular manga series about five sexy teenage girls in uniforms, fighting evil with their magical powers.

Meanwhile, one student thinks that the sleeveless SCGS uniform looks “sexy” while another added that “it’s quite tight”.

The uniform for CHIJ girls was also a favourite for some due to the pinafore’s “short” length.

Do uniforms matter when picking up girls from secondary schools?

Many of them said "no" when asked, and one even said, “Talking to the person is more important."

With that said, almost all the boys said they were single and none of them answered if they would have a better chance than Raffles Institution boys when it comes to girls.

While ACS students gave saucy answers, those from Raffles Institution gave the opposite - many of them preferred uniforms from Raffles Girls School (RGS), Cedar Girls School and St. Nicholas School mainly because of the colour and design (for example, the pleats on the RGS uniform).

The boys from Anglo-Chinese School (ACS) love to see uniforms worn by those from all-girls schools.

“I like CHIJ’s (Congregation of the Holy Infant Jesus) uniform…the blue matches the white,” said a student, while another liked Methodist Girls School’s (MGS) uniform because of the “sailor neck”.

These reactions are what local artiste Jade Seah got, as seen in a new video that's been attracting a lot of online buzz.

Titled “ChicPeek School Style (ACS Edition)”, the video is a follow-up to an earlier edition, which was posted a week ago featuring Raffles Institution students.

The earlier video scored over 15,000 views while the latest one – posted on Thursday - got over 16,000 hits.

In the latest video, several ACS boys also told the 30-year-old host – decked in a CHIJ school uniform herself – that they liked school uniforms from all-girls schools The top favourites were uniforms from MGS, Singapore Chinese Girls’ School (SCGS)and CHIJ.

Those who preferred MGS uniforms agreed with Seah that it was because of its “Sailor Moon” vibe. "Sailor Moon" is a popular manga series about five sexy teenage girls in uniforms, fighting evil with their magical powers.

Meanwhile, one student thinks that the sleeveless SCGS uniform looks “sexy” while another added that “it’s quite tight”.

The uniform for CHIJ girls was also a favourite for some due to the pinafore’s “short” length.

Do uniforms matter when picking up girls from secondary schools?

Many of them said "no" when asked, and one even said, “Talking to the person is more important."

With that said, almost all the boys said they were single and none of them answered if they would have a better chance than Raffles Institution boys when it comes to girls.

While ACS students gave saucy answers, those from Raffles Institution gave the opposite - many of them preferred uniforms from Raffles Girls School (RGS), Cedar Girls School and St. Nicholas School mainly because of the colour and design (for example, the pleats on the RGS uniform).
The boys from Anglo-Chinese School (ACS) love to see uniforms worn by those from all-girls schools.

“I like CHIJ’s (Congregation of the Holy Infant Jesus) uniform…the blue matches the white,” said a student, while another liked Methodist Girls School’s (MGS) uniform because of the “sailor neck”.

These reactions are what local artiste Jade Seah got, as seen in a new video that's been attracting a lot of online buzz.

Titled “ChicPeek School Style (ACS Edition)”, the video is a follow-up to an earlier edition, which was posted a week ago featuring Raffles Institution students.

The earlier video scored over 15,000 views while the latest one – posted on Thursday - got over 16,000 hits.

In the latest video, several ACS boys also told the 30-year-old host – decked in a CHIJ school uniform herself – that they liked school uniforms from all-girls schools because they were either “sexy”, “short” or “tight”.
because they were either “sexy”, “short” or “tight”.