How many school uniforms should you buy?

A guide to how many school uniforms parents should purchase when preparing their children for back-to-school.

I am constantly asked how many school uniforms parents should purchase at the beginning of the school year, and I don’t think there’s one simple answer to that question. Time, budget and the number of kids in a family all come into consideration when deciding how many school uniforms to buy. Whilst there’s no right or wrong answer to this question, I have shared with you below some things to consider, as well as what works in my home and some other families homes too.

A few years ago I used to run the uniform shop at my kids school and it was surprising to see how many uniforms each family bought. Some families purchased a school uniform for each day of the week whilst other bought a minimum of two per child. It really does depend on your individual family, and how many times you’re prepared to wash and dry uniforms during the week.

Things To Consider

BUDGET: Determine your budget as uniforms can very quickly add up, especially if you have a few children attending school. Consider how much you want to spend in total on their whole uniform – this means school clothes, shoes, socks, and undies!

WASHING: How often are you prepared to wash school uniforms? If you wash daily then you will need less uniforms than a family that washes once or twice a week, or only on weekends.

DRYER: Do you own a dryer or will you be drip-drying your school uniforms? If you dry your clothes on a line or air-dryer and live in a cool climate, you may need more uniforms.

Save Time And Money

UN-BRANDED UNIFORMS: Many schools allow generic unbranded school uniforms (check with your school principal) which can be purchased from Kmart, Big W, or even specialist online school uniform shops which offer a huge variety of colour options. This is great for busy parents who want to save some money, who can’t make the school uniform shops open hours, or who’d simply rather avoid the busy queues.

2ND HAND STOCK: Most schools have preloved school uniforms that you can purchase. These might not be in perfect condition, but you’ll be grateful to have extra uniforms on hand – even if they are well-loved – on those busy school weeks. Op shops are also a great place to hunt out staple items like black shorts and shoes.

How I Worked Out How Many Uniforms We Need

My kid’s school uniform is a sports shirt and shorts, plus a dress shirt (which is only worn on excursion days), white socks and black shoes. They prefer to wear their sports shirt 5 days a week as it’s the most comfortable, the dress shirt irritates their skin and is hot.

As you know I have a laundry schedule displayed in my laundry. I planned my schedule (what I wash on what day) to ensure that the kids will always have clean uniforms in their wardrobe. It also helps that their uniform, top and bottoms can be washed in the one ‘darks’ cycle.

I have purchased 3 sports uniforms and 1 dress shirt (the dress shirt is rarely used so let’s ignore it for the purpose of this post). This is how I maintain a 3 shirts per week clean uniform schedule:

  • Monday – Wear shirt 1
  • Tuesday – Wear shirt 2
  • Wednesday – Wear shirt 3, wash and dry shirt 1 and 2
  • Thursday – Wear shirt 1
  • Friday – Wear shirt 2
  • Saturday – Wash shirt 1, 2 and 3.  Wash all socks.

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What Do Other Families Do With Their Uniforms

I recently asked my community ‘How many school uniforms do you buy each child?’ There was a great response, and you can read a few of the answers below.

  • My 4 kids have 2 each. 1 to wash and 1 to wear.
  • 1 on, 1 in the wash and one in the cupboard, so three plus sport uniforms.
  • I have 2 children at school. For each of them I get the following. My daughter. Summer, 3 school dresses, my son, 2 pants and 3 shirts then I can always have 1 on them 1 in the wash and ins ready for next day.
  • Summer I get 2 normal uniforms and 1 sports. Would like more, but at approx. $70 to $80 per set not including jumpers, can’t afford more than that. Winter is a whole different uniform and that is about the same cost without jumpers or jackets. None of our school stuff is available from department stores it is Lowes only, so no specials there as it is specific stuff only.
  • I have made sure I have 5 uniforms to get them through a week! To help with financial budgets, they have been a mix of new & second-hand uniforms.
  • 1 for every day of the week. I’m a full-time working mum so it means I can do washing once a week.
  • 5 one for each day  I have 1 mega washing day a week.
  • For my 5 year old I buy 6 pairs of pants, 6 shirts and 6 pairs of socks. There is nothing worse than getting to Monday morning after an awesome weekend of doing something other than cleaning all weekend and realising that your child is heading to school naked. It’s expensive, but they last the whole year and look good because you are not over washing or wearing them.
  • Just put a lay-buy on with 5 shorts and 2 pants will get 3 trackies too will buy 5 official school tops when they are available I also got 3 jackets
    My eldest starts school in term 3 so I’m flying blind but had some advice to but a set for each day
  • 2 of each (shorts or skirt, and blouse or shirt), 1 wool jumper, 1 blazer, 1 sports uniform .. Washing everyday anyway so buying more is pointless. Hang indoors overnight and dry by morning. Have gone weeks where 2nd uniform doesn’t get used. Regular ironing also means no huge pile on the weekend to groan over!!
  • I do my mid-week wash on Wednesday’s – so I have 3 shirts, 3 shorts, socks and jocks are unlimited! You can never have enough!

How many uniforms do you buy each child?

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Linda V @ Bubble and Sweet January 15, 2013 - 7:05 AM

My uniform schedule is the same, we buy 3, although my the younger kids sometimes have an extra not so good hand-me down one as backup 🙂

Becci Sundberg January 15, 2013 - 7:19 AM

When my eldest was in primary school we were lucky that they would wear generic navy clothing. I would buy 5 polo shirts, 2 cargo pants, 2 trackies, 4 jumpers and 3 shorts.
I do think 3 sets is enough, but by buying this many at the start of the year with the back to school sales I would save money by having to buy replacement clothing during the year.

Madeleine January 15, 2020 - 9:11 AM

4 kids three different schools so different uniforms. The eldest has one shirt as he mainly does his work online, so only needs shirt when needs to talk to the teacher in charge. Second eldest just started New school so two shirts and shirts will worry about jumpers when needed. Third and fourth child still in primary and I got a new shirt for each and New shirts but we also have some hand me downs from older siblings.

Katrina - The Organised Housewife January 16, 2020 - 2:31 PM

Oh Madeleine it’s so much to juggle and organise with multiple children isn’t it?! It sounds like you are all over it though 🙂 Best of luck with the Term 1! Kat x

Leanne @ Uber Simplicity January 15, 2013 - 7:19 AM

I have one uniform for every day, as a working Mum I need to ensure that my son has a clean uniform every day. Especially now those stinky hormones have kicked in, gone are the days of my sweet smelling boy!

Nadia Rimmer January 15, 2013 - 8:00 AM

I buy two to start with but as I ideally like to have three on hand I’ll buy another the fortnight after term starts. It’s just a lot of money to outlay at the start of the year. Uniforms are so expensive! About $35 per shirt and $30 per shorts/skort.

Sarah January 15, 2013 - 8:09 AM

My eldest starts school next year so we will be thinking about this soon. When I was growing up, we had 2 shirts/2bottoms or two dresses, plus one sport uniform that we were only allowed to wear on Tuesdays. We wore our uniform twice each week and everything was washed on Saturday. I will have more time than my mum did, so I’m hoping to do a mid week wash on sports day

Miranda January 15, 2013 - 8:32 AM

My boy won’t start school til next year, but I do wonder about uniforms. I work, so having 5 uniforms would work best for me – but he grows so much! I’m sure he’d grow out of whatever I buy him within months! Anyone had this experience? Tips? Hints?

Liz Hawkins January 15, 2013 - 7:55 PM

I work full time and bought five uniforms. Four regular and one sport. I only have the one child and he goes to public school (will go semi private for high school so might change quantity then). I bought one tracksuit, then three more pairs of pants when winter came around. It cost about $300 all up. He changes sizes really quick and I was worried like you, however the sixes were large-ish when he started and still fit now. will get 8’s half way through the year (maybe one or two shirts when school goes back). I think his growing slowed down a bit. Good luck. It’s a tough but rewarding year 🙂

Cate January 15, 2013 - 8:35 AM

My kids have four pairs of shorts, five shirts (including one sports shirt), and thirty pairs of socks between them.

Tomika August 7, 2016 - 10:12 AM

My kids have a total of 90 pairs of pants,shirts,skirts shorts and underwears each I can honestly say I didn’t spend more than $250 .00 each too be exact I spent $237.87. Between those two my little girl doesn’t grow as much as my little boy because my little girl eats a lot so she gets wider instead of taller ,my boy he is skinny and tall he grows alot so i buy him a size bigger to keep when he grows it seems like he gets taller everyday so I buy him all different sizes.

Cassie Grove January 15, 2013 - 8:44 AM

I have one in school and have enough shirts and shorts for him to wear for almost 2 weeks without having to wash them, then a couple long sleeve shirts and about a weeks worth of pants. Sometimes laundry is just not a priority when I have two boys to play with 🙂 I can say I bought all of them at Target after school got out and spent less than a 100$ when he was entering K and since he hasn’t grown much he’s still wearing them in 1st. They will all go to his brother next year when he starts K so I feel I got my use out them.

Tammy January 15, 2013 - 10:10 AM

our uniform is essentially sports uniform all week for boys (black shoes for 4 days, sports shoes on sports day) and dress or shorts/culottes/pants for girls with sports shirt.
For summer I have 2-3 dresses, 2 sports shirts for my daughter (she usually wears her dresses and stays clean enough to get 2 days from them), 1 skort and 1-2 trackpants and several pairs of sports briefs. She also has 1 winter pinafore (it’s dark so it hides the dirt!), 1 pair pants, 5 long-sleeve tshirts or skivvies to go with trackpants or pinafore, and 3-4 various styles jumpers/jackets.
My son has 6 polo shirts, 4-5 pairs shorts, 2-3 pairs trackpants, and 3-4 sweatshirts etc. He changes his shorts daily despite constant pleas to wear them twice unless really dirty.
They each have 4 pairs sports socks and 8 pairs school socks.

Tammy January 15, 2013 - 10:12 AM

My wash schedule allows for one white load Friday evening, and 2 darks loads on Saturday with a midweek catchup load as needed on Wednesday

lilwigs January 15, 2013 - 5:54 PM

I have 5 kids, and only one sport and one formal (one Summer one Winter) uniform each. With a big-ish family I have to wash every night anyway…..not so good for the environment though. A LOT of dryer use. I do however have five pairs of socks each. They have to have the uniform socks (with the school’s name on them) and they’re all different sizes (wouldn’t you know it!) so I use a laundry marker to write their initial on the toe. It’s their job to sort the socks into pairs!

Brooke Archer January 15, 2013 - 7:41 PM

Great to read what others do thanks. I have two kids, they have two shirts each (my daughter an extra dress) and we wash one while they wear the other.

Belinda January 15, 2013 - 7:43 PM

It depends on which day Sports uniform day is as to how many uniforms I need…. in Kindy, sports day was Wednesday… perfect, I could wash normal uniforms Tuesday night and they would be ready again for Thursday and Friday. So 2 normal uniforms and 1 sports uniform. Year 1 was different, and in fact sports day changed about 4 times throughout the year. I gave up and just bought an extra uniform. Now I know need to buy new items every now and again. My son still fits his Kindy uniforms, but I buy bigger sizes if they start to look tatty.

Maude McGee January 15, 2013 - 7:53 PM

I work full time (and so does my partner) and I only wash once a week; so I have four pairs of shorts for each kid, five shirts, two jumpers, and three pairs of trackies each. Oh, and about a million pairs of socks a piece. I’ve just done the inventory and bought another pair of shorts for the smallest boy (one pair went missing three weeks before the end of term 4 – three pairs does NOT cut it! It did show up, but still…) Most of the time, they wear three bottoms and three or four tops each week. Sometimes more.

jess joy January 15, 2013 - 7:54 PM

With 2 boys (preprimary and year 2) i have well stocked up since the first was in kindy. Ive also only bought from the uniform shop once and that wasnt even alot. Ive been very fortunate to have bought the schools polo shirts and jumpers from the opshop practically brand new and for about $2 a piece. They arent very strict on bottoms but generally as long as they look neat and tidy its all good. So far without listing EVERYTHING i have sizes 4, 6 and 8 in polo shirts (including their 1 faction shirt) jumpers, trackies in navy/royal, basketball shorts, grey shorts, navy shorts/pants and the number of peices i have is roughly 45 and wouldnt have spent over $200. Shoes are always discounted from target and on the rare occasion a shoe shop as they do last longer. Socks we always have, have always used a tupperware lunchbox, we have a million hats they choose each day and backpacks are usually new at the start of year. All up ive been pretty lucky with opshops and the local fb buy sell pages. Love a good bargain

Kylie Mayne January 15, 2013 - 8:53 PM

My eldest starts prep this year, I got 4 uniforms (too large, but still wearable) given to me, and I bought another 4 sets secondhand. My mum wants to buy him at least one brand new set as well. It gives me enough to get through a week if I am too busy to wash, plus extra to go in his schoolbag. That just leaves shoes and socks and his hat to buy, and the booklist…

Susan January 16, 2013 - 8:53 AM

Summer = 2 dresses, two shorts and three tops. Winter = three pants five tops one jacket, one vest.

Melanie Graham January 16, 2013 - 2:52 PM

I have three kids. They have 2 tops each. The 2 girls have a a pair of skorts and some bike pants. My son has two pairs of shorts. Last year we didn’t have enough socks and am not going to be searching for socks every single morning this year. I have promised myself that I will buy them all at least five pairs each!

Sam-O January 16, 2013 - 6:53 PM

I have one for everyday this year. So much easier. My son is at a private school and his uniform must be ironed, so this way I iron the lot on the weekend (ahem… late Sunday night) and he has a uniform rack in his room. His uniform cost me less than the local public schools. I thought it would be way more but their uniform shop caters for 2500 boys all in the same uniform so I guess it is subsidised. I was expecting to buy lots of secondhand items but so far just have one pair of winter shorts as a spare.

Sam-O January 16, 2013 - 6:57 PM

The uniform shop told me last year that 80% of the kids in k-6 are in size 10 (and are for a long time – my Kindy boy went into 10s for term 4) so they do not get many second hand items – shirts in particular. After a year and no unmarked or holeless shirts, I get it!

Katrina January 16, 2013 - 8:46 PM

wow that is amazing, they must be great quality

Monique Stone January 17, 2013 - 3:43 PM

My kids will have 3 uniforms this year. We are homeschooling through a distance ed provider and bought them one ‘school’ shirt each with the logo to wear to ‘on campus’ activities like art and music, as well as homeschoolers group (total twice a week). We also have plain polos, plain pants and a checked dress for the girls. I will washing the uniforms on Wednesday afternoons and Saturdays.

Glenys January 28, 2013 - 7:28 AM

Up until this year I have been using 3 uniforms each, but last year there were many times when the washing just didn’t get done in time and kids went to school in a dirty shirt. So this year my boys have 4 uniforms, that is shorts and shirts.

Stormwolfe January 28, 2013 - 1:40 PM

this has been a great read because i begun to think i’d bought too much. my daughter starts kinder this year and with $350 in uniforms i thought i might have bought too much. But with 1 dress, and two uniforms for her i realize I’ve actually bought less many and perhaps i haven’t overdone it.

Overworked Mom August 19, 2013 - 11:01 PM

This seems so crazy to me…washing every night. Would never happen (with success) in my household. Of course, I have a tendency to buy too many clothes, admittedly. A holdover from when I lived in a small NYC apartment with no laundry in building. I really can’t see buying less than 5 uniforms. I went for 6, just in case the laundry got skipped. I accidentally doubled that amount on the longsleeve uniforms. Not quite sure how. But now I know I can get away with less. School Uniform Newbie.

Jenny January 6, 2014 - 10:16 AM

Just did my school uniform shopping and kids all starting a new schools. So I purchased 3 tops, 2 dresses, 2 skorts, 3 long pants and 2 jumpers. With another purchase of 1 official top and 1 official jumper to join the rest. I usually wash every 2nd day so there will be plenty if I don’t wash for a couple of days.

Renaye January 6, 2014 - 11:38 AM

I haven’t fully worked out how many uniforms I’m buying yet. I will buy my daughter an extra uniform to keep in her bag though as she is going into Kindergarten and accidents do happen.

wiccanmumof4 January 6, 2014 - 12:37 PM

Our kids have a uniform for every day of the week. Probably 2 weeks… lol
There is nothing worse, than having to wash uniforms, every day. Sunday is the day all the uniforms get washed, & folded, & put back in their school drawers, for the week. It’s what works for us. 🙂

Libby January 6, 2014 - 12:46 PM

3 primary aged children and both parents working means uniforms are washed each evening before dinner. Once the cycle is finished one parent hangs it out while the other finalises the bedtime routine. Polo shirts and dresses are hung on hangers to dry and save ironing . 3 sets of each summer uniform plus one sports uniform each, hand me downs used for younger siblings. 4 pairs of day socks and two sports socks as socks tend to “walk”. 2 sets of winter uniform skirts/long pants with 3 shirts each. Woolen jumpers washed when needed and dry cleaned with blazers each Term. Saturday is sport so I do not want to spend all of Sunday doing a week’s worth of washing and ironing. Pace it out rather then let it build up for survival and sanity.

Katrina January 6, 2014 - 5:11 PM

Love that you share the duties Libby and hanging them directly onto the hangers is a great idea!

Bec January 6, 2014 - 12:52 PM

My son has a formal uniform (Tuesday and Friday) and an informal uniform (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday) we started with 2 informal and 1 formal. I made sure I bought ones as large as possible while still looking ok ( my son is very tall and skinny). The next year I purchased 1 informal and 1 formal luckily the ones from the previous year still fit well so now we have one for each day of the week

Katrina January 6, 2014 - 5:11 PM

that’s a great idea Bec, I purchase them a little bigger too, kids go through growth sports before our eyes!

Emma Hyphen Lee January 6, 2014 - 1:00 PM

My son has 4 uniform shirts plus the sports shirt. He has 3 pairs of shorts, 3 pairs of long pants and his sport tracksuit pants. 2 knit jumpers and a school hoodie. One uniform set stayed in his ‘Kindy survival kit’ at school. Its a lot to keep track of.
This year he still has the same number of uniforms but I bought him 30 pairs of the same socks, this was to avoid forever looking for pairs, which almost killed me last year.

Melissa January 6, 2014 - 3:10 PM

Sport day is Wednesday, so my son has two full uniforms for Monday and Tuesday and are washed Wednesday then worn again Thursday & Friday. With a change to Winter uniform and specific school emblem hats & Jumpers makes it all very expensive. I’ve found this number works well.

Lisa Barton-Collins January 6, 2014 - 3:54 PM

When I worked full time, my daughter had 4 days worth of uniform. Now that I am a stay at home mum, my son’s had 3 days worth, because I do (at least) a load of laundry most days. I started with 2 days worth, but in winter especially there where too many late nights of waiting for the washing machine to finish so I could put them in the drier for the next day. This is a great blog post, it’s interesting to see what everyone else does.

OPB January 6, 2014 - 7:18 PM

When I was at high school I had one skirt and one tshirt and one that I wore everyday and was washed on weekends. You all are making me feel dirty!!! I also had a pair of pants that I would occasionally wear, a summer skirt for the hottest days and another jumper and tshirt that were poorly sized hand-me-downs, and I only wore when I couldn’t wear the others for whatever reason. In Primary school, I know I only had one tshirt for the last two years I was at school, and one pair of pants at a time (they weren’t part of the uniform so I could wear anything). I was never taught to wear clothes only once before washing, much less uniform precisely because it was expensive!!!!

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Sue January 14, 2015 - 11:07 AM

My 8yr old son is about to start a new school. I used to have 5 sets of uniforms as I had built then up over 3 yrs. As I work full time I have always done a mid week wash so I’m not washing all weekend. As I only have 3 sets of uniforms for the new school I will wash 2 sets on Tuesday evenings so they are dry by Wednesday evening ready for Thursday and Friday. It will be harder in winter but I may have caved and bought a 4th set by then ?

Ange Moore January 14, 2015 - 11:40 AM

My daughter has 2 summer dresses, one sports polo, one sports shorts, one sports trousers and one rugby jumper. She also has 2 winter shirts and one winter pinafore.

My son has 4 shirts, 2 shorts, 2 trousers, one sports polo, one sports shorts, one sports trousers and one rugby jumper.

I work full time but with three kids I can’t afford not to do at least one mid-week wash. I’m also lucky that the sports clothes and jumpers that were bought new for my daughter have been handed on to my son. I hope that this will also work from my middle son to the youngest who will start school next year!

JulieB January 14, 2015 - 11:47 AM

Lucky kids these days.

When i went to school in the 80s and 90s I had 1 uniform, 2 if I begged for another to cover for the times I got soaking wet walking home in the rain!

Tran January 14, 2015 - 5:53 PM

School uniforms bought from school. I have 2 summer dresses, 5 polos shirts. 1 hoodie wind heater, l/s rugby top and pleated skirt. I bought from dept store three navy track pants, 1 navy skort, navy legging shorts. Might get a couple more track pants for sports but that should do it . Weather is so unpredictable…in middle of summer – one day it’s 40 and next 21 and getting 30mm rain.

Tenille January 14, 2015 - 7:12 PM

My schedule is exactly the same as yours. They have 3 uniforms… One House shirt, two school polos, three shorts. Wash the two uniforms on Wednesday, wash all three Saturday.

Tenille January 14, 2015 - 7:22 PM

Also, I have NEVER EVER hung them outside. They last longer and look almost new because they have not faded. I’ve had three shirts and shorts that have been worn since Term 4, 2011… for three years plus one term (boy 1 wore then passed to boy 2 for Prep in 2013, and boy 1 got new uniforms cos he had grown so much). Boy 2 will wear these uniforms all this year as well, so 4 years seems fair. If wearable, will pass to daughter for year 1 next year. I bought her second hand for a third of the price… These too had only ever been hung inside so looked as new after one whole Prep year.

Kaycee January 18, 2017 - 12:54 PM

My girls have 2 summer dresses each, and one winter pinifore, with 2 l/s tops and 2 tights to go with it. one sports uniform each. one school jumper each. Never had a problem 🙂
each uniform (except sports) is worn twice between washing – unless it is dirty, obviously!!
Works for me…and our 4 girls 🙂

Linda July 8, 2018 - 3:18 AM

I went to Rainbow and they had a great sale! $3.00 for pants, skirts and shorts.. So, I got 5 size 5 pants and 3 shorts and 3 skirts.. I also got the same in 6x. I hope I didn’t do to much. ?

Olivia January 29, 2019 - 12:31 AM

I find it easiest to have a clean shirt for every day then just a couple of trousers and skirts. If there’s a need for a trouser wash mid week I can do that and I’ll have a clean pair spare. As for P.E i do things a little differently and I have 4 kits! my daughter has it two days a week but i don’t always get the wash done in time for the next time she needs to wear it,. So I always have two kits clean and usually two in the wash. May seem a bit unnecessary but it helps me stay on top of everything!

Katrina - The Organised Housewife January 31, 2019 - 12:53 PM

that makes sense! thanks for sharing Olivia

Liliya August 3, 2019 - 2:03 PM

I go overboard with black and navy leggings because our uniform code is loose. The navy leggings we can get away with just alongside a polo, and the black ones I tend to pair with a dress/skirt come late fall. We must have at least a dozen black and blue leggings, half a dozen short sleeve shirts, two dress shirts, three cardigans, one pair of shorts and pants that I scored on last seasons clearance, one skirt, and three dresses. I hate doing laundry and we usually take it out once a week. In nyc our building does not have the washer and dryer inside the apartment, otherwise things would be MUCH different. Since my husband and I both work and commute like crazy, we have occasionally gone upwards of ten days without washing our clothes.

Katrina - The Organised Housewife August 6, 2019 - 9:17 AM

Liliya NYC sounds very different to Australia, but I can definitely relate to the not liking laundry comment! I guess the perks of having lots of uniforms is the ability to push your laundry days out further 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Kat x

Emma March 2, 2020 - 6:20 PM

Seriously, when I was in primary school I owned one dress, one shirt and one pair of pants, if I didnt put them in the wash on the weekend they didnt get washed.
Similar in high school except there was no dress and somewhere along the line I inherited a second shirt

Katrina - The Organised Housewife March 3, 2020 - 10:54 AM

I do love that rule Emma – if it doesn’t get put in the wash, it doesn’t get washed. Your parents were onto something there 🙂 Kat

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Mandy May 10, 2022 - 11:01 AM

I think it also depends on the age of your child. We’re going into kindergarten next year and he needs at least 1 change of clothes in his bag in case of accidents/getting wet during play so if I have 1 to wash and 1 to wear, that’s 4 just in case the spare pair gets used and needs washing instead. I’m trying to find second hand uniforms to use as the spares.

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