Are you looking for Made in the USA school uniforms or basic kids' clothing to meet a school dress code? Polo shirts and dress slacks are articles of clothing that are being added to an increasing number of back to school shopping lists this year. In today's world, uniform shopping is not only reserved for private school students. The number of public schools that are requiring students to wear uniforms or follow a strict dress codes is on the rise. Whether you are looking for a few uniform pieces for your student, or a whole ensemble, here are our top picks for companies that manufacture school uniform items in the USA.
American made School Uniforms
Dress Code Sweaters
Dress Code Sweaters manufactures all of their knit sweaters, cardigans and vests in New York. Not only do they offer made in the USA school uniform attire, but Dress Code Sweaters also offers a selection of adult size knits for medical and business professionals.
Modest Apparel offers a wide selection of made in the USA skirts and culottes for girls and women. Modest Apparel takes pride in manufacturing clothing in the USA that is of high quality and not too revealing or skin tight. Their skirts are a great length for school dress codes.
Not all of the clothing available at schooluniforms.com is made in the USA, but everything that is, is clearly marked. Items that are American made include blouse tops, shorts, some styles of sweaters, jumpers, and kilts.
Dapper Snappers Belts
Finding American made accessories that conform to school dress code can be hard to! Dapper Sappers manufactures plain colored elastic belts 100% in the USA.
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Do your kids have a uniform or dress code to follow? What are you shopping for this year? Let us know in the comments and come back over the next few weeks as we highlight more kids' clothing and back-to-school finds, all American-made.