Preppy girls are snobby bitches that criticize people that arent rich and wear lables.They makes peoples lifes hell sometimes!They think some who is diffrent from them is a freak when they dont even know the freakin person.
They walk around like they are the shit and wear little ribbons in their hair with their louis vuitton handbag that cost way to much,and think they can do what ever the hell they want just because they are "popular".For the people who are preps you need to get a effing life! there is way more to life then being popular and expensive clothes,when anyone mentions the words thrift shop they automatically think you are poor and gross and tease you for it because you cant afford Gucci and the other shit they wear.
They care way to much about what people think of them,and spread crap that isnt even true,and the stuff that is true shouldnt be spread all over the school,all they do is gossip and hurt peoples feelings.
Prep:Look at my new only costs $123,000.00
Anti-prep or who ever:omfg thats so cool...not!that costs more then my freakin house you dumb bitch!!!!
1) Life of A Prep
*Usually from the East Coast and from Old Money
*Attends an East Coats Prep School
*Usually dresses in anything from Ralph Lauren to Chanel. Would not be caught dead in a wal-mart.
*Cares about their appearance and tries to look as nice as possible.
*Cares deeply about their reputation, would never be caught doing something slutty/trashy
*Gets good grades and is planning or already attends an IVY.
*Is occasionally bitchy
*A prep isn't in your face about how much money she has
2) A Prep is NOT
*A cheerleader or jock. A prep may be a cheerlead or jock but just because someone is a cheerleader or jock doesn't mean they're a prep.
*Someone who wears American Eagle, Abercrombie or anything else that can't be bought in Nordstom's, Sak's or Neiman's.
1) Life of a prep
Madeline: So, where are you applying?
Parker: Princeton, Harvard, Brown... all the usual
Madeline: Alison got accepted early descion to Princeton. Did you see the Aston Martin she got as a congratulation gift?
Parker: Yeah, it's pretty nice.

2) A Prep is not
Ashlee: Like, did I show you my new Juicy Couture Bag? It was $350. I bet you wish your dad could spend that kind of money on you.
Jessica: Well atleast I have a nice car! My 1999 VW Bug is so much cooler than your 1996 Honda Civic.
Ashlee: Well... well I've slept with more guys than you have!
Jessica: No you haven't! I am way more slutty than you!
by Kate W November 05, 2005
Now really, do you want to be that girl who wears Abercrombie and everybody secretly calls her a whore behind her back? I think not. So sit up, summon some class, and become a true prep.

Don't wear jeans with holes in them. They just look trashy. Why would you buy jeans that are pre-ripped? That's just stupidity.

Abercrombie, Hollister, American Eagle. Sound familiar? Yeah, complete trash. They are trends that most certainly will not last. You don't even have to go to a prep school to be considered a prep anymore. Some clothes to invest in? Ralph Lauren, my personal favorite. Also, try some Lacoste and maybe some Brooks Brothers, but BB might be a tad too formal for some people. Vineyard Vines is nice for ties and belts. Lilly Pullitzer is a good, tropical option for polos. Buy some Rainbows or boat shoes, specifically Sperry's. Loafers are always nice.

Don't be one of those people that wears tacky silver and gold. Girls, if you want true class, buy a classic, thin strand of pearls. Timeless elegance.

Some nice sports? Guys usually participate in golf, crew, rowing, or sailing is always a prime sport. Girls, try some tennis or even horseback riding.

Preps aren't stuck up. Pseudo preps, yes. But true preps accept people as they are. Don't stick to the mantra, 'Emos are evil. They should all die.' You have to deal with a lot of types of people in the world. Get over yourselves.

Preps are classy, elegant, timeless. It's not something that passes after high school. I've been raised since birth as a true prep and I'm sure I will continue even after college.

So get rid of your Abercrombie and put some pearls on, slip on a Ralph Lauren polo, and wear some madras.
Veronica and Maddie sat in their tennis skirts and pearls, wearing their loafers at the local Starbucks, the true essence of prep..
Two girls passed by in their Abercrombie tops and fake Louis Vitton purses with their trashy boyfriends.
The girls sighed. "What a shame."
by outrageous. October 13, 2006
People who have attended or are attending a prepatory school, in order to prepare them for college. Outside of school, this genre of people are known for their good taste in clothes, with special attention to Ralph Lauren. THey are aso, in general, considerably wealthy.
In the Washington, D.C. area, two schools where preps attend are Georgetown Prep (for males) and Georgetown Visitation (for females).
by Rachel Ann January 01, 2006
Preps are people in american society (mainly girls) who wear and act the way the media wants them too. Most hard-core preps are seen listening to mainstream music played on the radio 20 times a day and wearing expensive brands like lilly, polo ralph lauren, vera bradley, lacoste, 7 jeans, Juicy couture, Nike shox, birkenstocks,UGGs,pink cashmere sweaters over polo shirts, Jcrew, and so many more that I can't name. Preps are the total opposite to punks, individuals who listen to indie music and shop at thrift stores.
rich private school girls are preps
by Gretsy April 10, 2005
For many, it's the conformist 13 year old who loves pink and has had eight cell phones already with a low brain-cell count.

To truly put it, a prep is a person who is attending or has attended a prepratory high school (which is usually Catholic or in some other form religious), and has moved on or plans to move on to an Ivy League or other prestigious college; in recent times, preps have favored more sporty colleges in the Midwest than prestigious ones. Their family lineage is generally in establishing business(es), banking, has had a hand in city-founding, or is a political official.

Sports are extremely important to most preps, and often are accepted to colleges on athletic scholarships. Tennis, lacrosse, field hockey, golf, swimming, and soccer are popular sporting choices for most prep students. Schooling is very important, seeing as a general minimum of $10,000 per year is put into a prep school for one student. As for college, it is extremely rare to find a prep student planning to go to a community college.

On a last note, preps are notorious for wearing, on a normal day, sweatpants and t-shirts from school and eating more than most public school students and still maintaining their ideal body-type (perhaps the food is burned off in sports and excercise?). On weekends, events, and nights-out, prep girls are expert at dolling up in high fashion without looking unnatural, and the guys also know how to clean up if needed to be, also.

It is a common misconception that preps are self-centered and are oblivious to the world around them. In reality, a prep does not care about how other stereotypes view them, because it does not interfere with their social and educational lives. Much of a student's money is donated to fundraisers while in school to organizations working for relief in many poor South African, South American, and Asian countries. Preps don't pay any mind to people who do not understand their classy lifestyle.
At the Mall:

13-year old brat: MOM. I need more like, jean skirts. Now. Don't make me call daddy!
Misled Person: Ew look at that prep.
Actual prep 1(obviously after a soccer practice): *Snorts*
Actual prep 2: Tell me about it.
by LindseyBaerski March 04, 2008
A prep is one of very higher middle class or high class. Usually attending private school or east coast boarding school living in some of the richest neighborhoods in the united states. Although those living in suburban areas think they are "preps" because they shop at aeropostale, abercrombie & fitch, espress, old navy and american eagle. Believe me true preps don't shop there. Although they may own some clothing preps usually shop at polo, lily pullitzer, lacoste, j.crew, saks,nordstroms and so on, only those of higher classes would be able to afford such things. They wear pearls, ribbons, jewelery from tiffany's, plaid, designer purses. Traveling during the summer to nantucket, martha's vineyard...or around the world to different countries.Plays lacrosse, field hockey, crew team, tennis. And their parents pretty much make $250,000 + driving some of the most expensive cars around.

preps DONT wear aero, ae and a&f
it pisses me off when people think their preppy wearing it. your NOT preppy...get it through your heard, your just a POSER.
by REALprep June 15, 2006
Here are some misconsessions with age groups

Middle School kids.
You will rarely find a true prep between these ages. Well, at my school I never did. They thik that Abercrombie, Aeropostale, and Hollister are the true clothing stores for preps. They try and act ditzy so thats what they think what they should act. And, commounly use the word like and OMG! They dont like the classic style they go for What's hot and which one makes me look cute. So basically, if you are a tru prep and you in Middle School. Then, I say good luck for you.

High School.
This is where you'll find more true preps. There are fakes, but more because they might understand the concep a little more then middle school. There isn't as much too say about this group except a true prep:
a.)does not go to the mall stores
b.)uses a classy style not what's new and hot
c.)this is a iffy dont pop the collar
d.)aren't ditzy or bossy
e.)dont make fun of the other social groups
f.)never label themselves
fake prep-LIKE OMG!!! you should the HOLLISTER jeans their hot not old
real prep's response-HOLLISTER is place where true ladies never go
by okkk June 14, 2006

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