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Childrens Clothing: Diaper, School Uniform, Leotard, Pajamas, Blanket Sleeper, Breeching, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Bonnet, Kkachi Durumagi Source Wikipedia

Childrens Clothing: Diaper, School Uniform, Leotard, Pajamas, Blanket Sleeper, Breeching, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Bonnet, Kkachi Durumagi

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Published August 13th 2011
ISBN : 9781157448303
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44 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 42. Chapters: Diaper, School uniform, Leotard, Pajamas, Blanket sleeper, Breeching, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Bonnet,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 42. Chapters: Diaper, School uniform, Leotard, Pajamas, Blanket sleeper, Breeching, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Bonnet, Kkachi durumagi, Tween Brands, Sailor suit, Coif, Romper suit, Swim diaper, Gymslip, Skeleton suit, Bib, Childrens Apparel Network, Pudding hat, Playsuit. Excerpt: A school uniform is an outfit-a set of standardized clothes-worn primarily for an educational institution. They are common in primary and secondary schools in various countries (see list of countries below). When used, they form the basis of a schools dress code. Traditionally school uniforms have been largely subdued and professional. Boys uniforms often consist of dark short or long trousers and light-colored shirt, often with a tie. Girls uniforms vary greatly between countries and schooling systems, but typically consist of a dress or a blouse worn either with a skirt or culottes or under a pinafore- some countries allow girls to wear trousers. The use of a blazer or suit-like jacket for either gender is also fairly common, especially in countries with relatively cold weather. In some countries, school uniform is essentially standard in all schools using it, but in others, such as Great Britain, each school has an individual uniform, varying in colour and often making use of badges. The white uniform of Argentine school children.White smocks are the most widely known school uniforms of public schools in Argentina. This appears to be a reflection of the Italian influence since Argentina was one of the major destinations for Italian immigrants in the late 19th and early 20th century. Several European countries in the late 19th century, especially France and Italy, instituted smocks as a school uniform. They were seen as a way of covering the differences in the clothing of children so that poor children would not be embarrassed by their poor clothing...