$30 long sleeved polo with logo
$50 school jacket with logo
My DD has been wearing the same dress for two years and will be fine to wear it this year as well and she's on to her third year for her two short sleeve polo shirts as well. My DS however, destroyed his two shirts after three terms - he's just special like that! They'll both need new jackets this year and their old ones will go to the second hand uniform shop because they just outgrew them.
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22-01-2015 12:34 #41Senior Member
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22-01-2015 12:34 #42
Just because they are not cheap, doesn't mean they are ethical though.
I wouldn't be quick to assume $2 shirts must come from an unethical source. I would assume they would be bad quality though.
22-01-2015 12:38 #43Senior Member
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11-01-2016 20:32 #48
I just found this thread, and purchased 3 of these $2 polos for our DD who starts school this year. We have 2 of the proper school polos too and only purchased the $2 ones to get us through the first month or two until we have more money to buy more of the proper ones, lots of expenses this time of the year. Im surer people have all kinds of reasons for buying them, epsecially if you had a few kids at school at once.
Curious to know how they have lasted for ones that bought them last year? We have the school uniform shop dress and skorts but have purchased all other bottoms from Target. Its just so expensive
11-01-2016 20:39 #49
It so expensive. I wish I could use the km art cheaper version of hi-visy for ds1. Sadly his uniform not only has the school logo but his name stitched on it. So I can't get secondhand.
One set cost me $104. The rules say he must have 2 sets. I just can't afford that yet. That's not including the steel capped high ankle boots, hard hats and other protective gear that he will never need.
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