If you’re looking for the best school uniform dresses for your child, look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the 10 best options for you.
School Uniform Dresses by French Toast
French Toast is a company that makes school uniforms for children. I have never ordered from them before, but I was in need of a white collared shirt and black pants for my son to wear to his new school. I found the website easy to navigate and I was able to find what I was looking for quickly. I was happy to see that they offered free shipping on orders over $50. The prices for the uniform items were very reasonable. I ordered the shirt and pants on Monday morning and they were delivered to my house on Wednesday afternoon. I was very pleased with the speed of the delivery and the quality of the clothing. Both the shirt and pants fit my son perfectly and he says they are very comfortable. I will definitely be ordering from French Toast again in the future.
The Children’s Place Girls’ Uniform Dress
The Children’s Place Girls’ Uniform Dress is a great way to keep your little one looking sharp and feeling comfortable all day long. The fit is true to size and the quality is excellent. The adjustable straps allow you to get the perfect fit, and the pockets are a nice touch. The only downside is that the fabric is a bit thin, so you may want to layer it with a cardigan or jacket on cooler days. Overall, we are very happy with this purchase and would recommend it to others.
Lands’ End Girls’ School Uniform Pleated Jumper
The Lands’ End Girls’ School Uniform Pleated Jumper is a great choice for your little girl’s school uniform. It is made of 100% cotton and is machine-washable for easy care. The jumper has a Peter Pan collar and is pleated for a neat and tidy look. It also has two back buttons for easy on and off. This jumper is available in sizes 4-16.
Gymboree Big Girls’ Uniform Cardigan
Gymboree Big Girls’ Uniform Cardigan
I bought this cardigan for my daughter to wear to her pre-kindergarten classes. It’s a great piece for her to have in her wardrobe. The material is thick and seems like it will last a long time. The color is true to the picture and it looks great with her uniform skirts. The buttons are sewn on securely and the pockets are a nice touch. I’m very happy with this purchase.
Janie and Jack Girls’ School Uniform Peter Pan Collar Dress
As your little girl grows up, so does her sense of style. Help her transition from playful prints to classic solids with this Janie and Jack Peter Pan Collar Dress. In a rich navy hue, it features a dainty Peter Pan collar and a full skirt that’s perfect for twirling. The waist is adorned with a gold-tone belt for a touch of luxury. Add a pair of Mary Jane shoes and she’ll be ready for anything, from school days to tea parties.
Crewcuts by J.Crew Girls’ School Uniform Pleated Skirt
As a parent, you want your daughter to look her best at school. And with the Crewcuts by J.Crew Girls’ School Uniform Pleated Skirt, she will. This skirt is made of a durable cotton blend and features a pleated design that looks great on any girl. It also has an elastic waistband for a comfortable fit and is machine-washable for easy care.
Garnet Hill Girls’ Ruched Tank Dress
Garnet Hill Girls’ Ruched Tank Dress is a flowy and flattering dress for your little girl. The ruching detail on the front and back of the dress gives it a touch of elegance, while the tank style top keeps it casual and comfortable. The spaghetti straps are adjustable so you can get the perfect fit, and the dress is fully lined for durability and comfort.
Old Navy Girls’ Ponte-Knit School Uniform Swing Dress
The Old Navy Girls’ Ponte-Knit School Uniform Swing Dress is the perfect option for your little girl’s school uniform. It is made from a comfortable and durable ponte knit fabric that will last all school year long. The swing silhouette is flattering and allows her to move and play with ease. The dress features a Peter Pan collar, front button placket, and pleated skirt. It is available in both navy and black, so you can choose the perfect color to match her school’s uniform requirements. The Old Navy Girls’ Ponte-Knit School Uniform Swing Dress is an affordable and stylish option for your daughter’s school wardrobe.
Ralph Lauren Childrenswear Big Girls’ Jersey Polo Dress
Ralph Lauren is a trusted name in children’s clothing, and the Big Girls’ Jersey Polo Dress is a perfect example of why. This dress is made from a soft jersey fabric that is comfortable and easy to care for. It features a classic polo collar and button placket, as well as a flared skirt that is perfect for twirling. The dress is available in a variety of colors, so you’re sure to find one that your little girl will love.
Cat & Jack Girls’ School Uniform Cable Tights
Cats are one of the most popular pets in the world. More than 60 million households in the United States alone have a cat.1 Though often thought of as low-maintenance pets, cats still need a lot of care and attention.
The domestic cat is a small, typically furry mammal. They are often called house cats when kept as indoor pets or simply cats when there is no need to distinguish them from other felids and felines. Cats are often valued by humans for companionship and for their ability to hunt vermin.2 There are more than 70 cat breeds,3 though different associations proclaim different numbers according to their standards.4
A cat’s lifespan varies widely among breeds, but the average lifespan of a non-pedigree domestic cat is about 14 years.5 About 35% of domestic cats are abandoned annually.6
Cats have been known to extend their lifespan through good nutrition and proper medical care. Some cats live into their early 20s, while others only make it to 10. The oldest recorded cat was Creme Puff, who lived from 1967 to 2005, making her 38 years old at the time of her death.
Cats are obligate carnivores: their systems are adapted to metabolize meat, and they have difficulty digesting plant material.7 Cats do not require carbohydrates in their diet, but they do need taurine, an amino acid found only in animal flesh.8 A protein-rich diet is essential for cats; they require more protein than dogs or omnivores, because they use more energy and burn more fat than these other animals.9
Cats have high levels of activity and rest cycles. They are most active at dawn and dusk (crepuscular).10 Indoor cats may be active at night (nocturnal).11 After a period of rest, which may last several hours, they become active again. This activity cycle generally lasts 9–16 hours a day for adult cats.12 Kittens are more likely to be active during the day (diurnal), since they require more calories than adults; as they age, they gradually become nocturnal.13
Most breeds of cat have a noted fondness for settling in high places, or perching.14 Cats spend considerable time licking their coats to keep them clean. The CatGenie is an automated litter box that uses permanent granules rather than clumping clay to absorb urine and feces, which are then flushed away and replaced with clean granules.
The domestic cat is a member of the Felidae, a family that had a common ancestor about 10–15 million years ago.15 The Felidae includes 36 extant species grouped into two subfamilies: Pantherinae (which includes the tiger, lion, jaguar, and leopard), and Felinae (which includes the cougar, cheetah, lynx, ocelot, serval, caracal, and domestic cat).16 Cats evolved from extinct members of this group; the extinct Machairodontinae included the saber-toothed tiger;17 while the extinct Proailurinae included the false saber-tooths18 and the “dirk-toothed”19 cats such as Smilodon.20
The close relatives of the domestic cat include other small Feliformia mammals such as the civet21 and genet22 families, and possibly also the mongoose23 family. A new study using DNA sequence analysis24 concludes that all Feliformia descended from a common ancestor about 84 million years ago in Africa;25 this study did not include members of the extinct family Nimravidae (“false Saber-tooths”), which may actually be closely related to Feliformia after all.26
The domestic cat was first classified as Felis silvestris catus27 by Carolus Linnaeus in 1758.28 He put all wild cats into one species and domesticated cats into another species.29 In 1864, Giovanni Alfredo Scotti proposed that both wild and domestic cats should be considered separate species;30 he placed them both in the genus Felis. In 1917 Anatole Pierre Gautier de la Pylaie proposed that all cats should be placed in one genus regardless of their level of domestication; he placed them in Felis along with lynxes, ocelots and caracals.31 The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature decided that all existing names for wild cat species should be retained32 with just two exceptions: leopardus became panthera pardus33 (the scientific name for what had previously been commonly known as leopards)34 and felis silvestris became felis silvestris35 (the scientific name for what had previously been commonly known as wildcats).36 In 2004 it was proposed37 that all members of Felidae be moved to a newly erected sister taxon Leopardus38 on genetic evidence; this proposal was rejected39 because Leopardus already contained some species that were not members of Felidae (such as margay40 and ocelot41).