Here are some of the most frequent questions families ask about our updated school uniform sizing. Don't see your questions? Contact us and we'll be happy to help!
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A. We are simplifying our Girls and Boys sizing to make it easier to shop and find similar sizing as other retailers. We will be removing Little and Big size designations. All product names will be designated Boys', Girls' or Kids'. We are also simplifying the sizing to range from 2-20 for numeric sizing and XXS-XXL for alpha sizing. For example, what was previously designated “Little Boy S” will now be “Boys' XS”. For more details, please see the Size Conversion Chart link below.
A. The new size names apply to all kids' products in the school uniform collection.
A. The easiest way to find the right size for your student is to use True Fit®. Reference an existing product your student has worn or a past order in your “Account”. Find the size on the chart. For example: if you have previously ordered a “Little Boy M”, look for “Little Boy M” on the chart. The new alpha size is S. Or, in the case of a numeric size, “Toddler 2T” for example, now has the new numeric size 2.
A. We recommend families use True Fit®. Just answer a few questions, update your child's profile and True Fit will recommend the right size to buy based on the data entered. Remember to save your account, so True Fit can automatically recommend the right size next time you place an order.
A. Style descriptions in the Boys' category will be designated Boys' or Men's. The Girls' category will refer to Girls' or Women's sizes. Coed and Outerwear items will be designated Kids' or Adults' (for unisex styles, or styles that aren't gender specific), or Women's, Men's.
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A. As we continue to sell remaining inventory in our old sizes, there may be two style numbers for the same product.
A. Some items will be discounted until sold out to allow for the transition of the updated sizes.
A. See Size Conversion Chart.