September 3, 2000
2:32 AM   Subscribe

Sears presents... the school uniform superstore.
posted by sudama (8 comments total)
The shame of it is that they don't come in adult sizes. I mean, what's a grown man to do?
posted by plinth at 5:04 AM on September 3, 2000

Well, of course French Toast is one of the leading uniform suppliers, and with school uniforms all the rage again, it's not surprising that they've partnered with a retail giant to reach their customers.
posted by dhartung at 1:56 PM on September 3, 2000

This is the first time I've seen it in a superstore form but all the popular stores have sections, like Target and Wal-Mart.
posted by thirdball at 1:20 PM on September 4, 2000

Oh. You mean this *isn't* a hoax?
posted by baylink at 4:11 PM on September 4, 2000

Did anyone here ever wear a uniform to school? Do your children?
posted by sudama at 11:16 PM on September 4, 2000

I did, through highschool.

Damn, did it ever make getting dressed in the morning easy. "Hrm.. should I wear the grey slacks and the white shirt, or the white shirt and the grey slacks?"
posted by cCranium at 6:32 AM on September 5, 2000

I had uniforms in high school, but the ones from grammar school were the absolute worst. Bright gold and blue pants. That's it. No variation. And, you had to get the "official" bright gold sold only at one store, located in the Sticks (tm), around Route 12, King Side Road.

So, I'd say it's actually a good thing.
posted by hijinx at 9:41 AM on September 5, 2000

i did. elementary Catholic school. i wore the *same* *plaid* *skirt* every day for two years.

there's not a plaid in my wardrobe, today.

but this site may help with this year's Halloween costume ;)
posted by Sapphireblue at 11:36 AM on September 7, 2000

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