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    And now a spare jumper from uniform shop which was 2 dollars.
    God bless the uniform shop ladies, and who cares if the garments are a little worn.

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    DD1 has 2 dresses, a sports uniform and a PE uniform. She has three sets of pants for winter.

    She wears one of her dresses for 2 days in a row (or her winter uniform a couple of days in a row) and it's fine. I have no need for any more uniforms and none of us would have clothes if I left all my washing until the weekend.

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    Dd is not in big school yet. But imagine this is what I'd do too. I have 5 work uniforms so I don't need to worry about washing midweek


 

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