I have to admit that when it comes to school uniform I don’t like to break the bank. I always invest in good quality school shoes, but like to save elsewhere.
Being an ex-Tesco employee I have always bought uniform from them, but this year George at Asda gave us the opportunity to review their uniform.
Perusing their website I was immediately impressed by the range, especially for teenagers who are more and more image conscious these days. They had a slim fit Blazer which is perfect for Kian and Callan and co-ordinating slim fit trousers. The best bit is the price though – prices start from £11 for the blazer and £5 for the trousers.
|First Day back to school|
For Kian I have also got a pack of two short sleeved shirts and a pack of two long sleeved shirts for when the weather changes. Having washed these I am impressed that they don’t need ironing which is always a bonus.
For Isaac we chose white polo shirts (from £2.50) and boys flat front trousers (from £3) with an adjustable waist in age 4-5. Both are still a little big, but I have no doubt he will grow into them very soon.
|The boys approve|
I have been very impressed with the quality so far and all items I can get away without ironing. I will do an update though further into the school year to let you know how they are withstanding everything my boys throw at them.
|Survived a spot of tree climbing|
George has a whole page on their website dedicated to school wear which is easy to navigate and stocks everything from PE wear to uniform, pants and socks to coats and jackets and all at fantastic prices with a 100 day satisfaction guarantee!
|Peanut the class bear approves too!|
They even have the little ones purple uniform too and I have bought Eliza a couple of dresses ready for next year already!