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School uniform

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About school uniform

When it comes to uniforms, shirts are the most important component of any school uniform. Depending on the school, uniform polo shirts may be the primary style of shirt chosen for a student’s uniform. Old Navy uniforms are one popular option when purchasing polo shirts. Other schools may opt for plainer uniform shirts with a classic collared style, often buttoned all the way up. No matter the style, school uniforms require shirts that meet certain criteria in terms of fabric, color, and length, so always be sure to check the rules of your school before making any purchases.

School Uniform Pants and Skirts

When it comes to school uniforms, pants and skirts are typically a staple. For boys, khaki uniform pants are often the norm, while girls may be required to wear a plaid or solid-color skirt. Many schools also offer optional choices of uniform pants and skirts that are more stylish and comfortable. Boy's uniform pants come in many different colors, shapes, and sizes to accommodate each student’s individual needs. For example, some schools require students to have trousers in different colors depending on their grade level. Girls are usually required to wear uniform skirts with a specific hemline length. In addition, some schools require students to have matching socks and shoes to complete the uniform look.

Japanese School Uniform

The Japanese school uniform, known as the gakuran, is a common sight in Japan and can be seen on students attending elementary, middle and high school. These uniforms are easily recognizable, with the boys wearing a military-style uniform consisting of a long black coat with metal buttons, a white shirt underneath, and trousers with a pleated skirt for girls. As many schools require their students to purchase uniforms from specific uniform shops, there are certain regulations that must be adhered to when selecting a Japanese uniform. However, some schools may also allow students to design their own unique uniforms, as long as they still adhere to the dress code of their school.