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    We get them from the school uniform shop (state school). The quality is excellent. DS has had the same shorts for 2 years and they look as good as they did the day we bought them.

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    This is the first year we've had to buy uniform. I haven't gotten it yet but I bought some generic shorts and a $2 polo from Big W to put in his bag as spare clothes. We will go to the uniform shop next week. They had almost sold out of the colour shorts he needed so I was lucky to find a pair in a little size.

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    Usually kmart, best n less or target for bottoms and jumpers. Coloured house shirts are just wherever i am shopping at the time.

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    Kmart, Target and when we had it here, Best and Less. I've found the best quality are the Target ones. I get plain polo tops shorts, dresses and trackies.

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    most of the stuff has logos so no generic stuff allowed.

    The skorts though arent ... and I have bought a couple of netball skorts which have lasted fantastically.

    Also the plain white collared shirts for winter uniform from big w have been good

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    We can only buy ours from the school uniform shop. Wish we could buy elsewhere because it costs a fortune as they are the only ones who sell it 😁 Other friends purchase from Target or Best and Less and are able to pick things up throughout the year if they out grow them.


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    The school's uniform shop or other parent secondhand at the school store.

    Everything has logo.

    So just socks and bike pants for under the high school skirts.

    I have to get ds1 shirts custom ordered now because he has gotten to blinking tall.

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    Also check the stubbies website as I picked up skorts last year on sale cheaper than the schools uniform shop.

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    We had to buy tops from uniform shop as they had the logos....

    I bought green stubbies shirts from big w and really recommend them . Stubbies stuff last for ages......

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    Default *spin off* where do you buy your kids uniforms?

    Best n less & Kmart! From kmart, socks, bike shorts, skirts & stockings! From best n less, shorts & skirts!
    Last edited by joalisha; 04-01-2015 at 22:39.


 

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