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Go to school in Lands' style
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Sep '09
Grade A looks and smart prices make Lands' End School Uniforms the best value for parents and kids! This back-to-school season, Lands' End is introducing a collection of school uniform must-haves that feature modern details like lower rise chinos with flare cuts, feminine fitted tops and fun, coordinating accessories like belts, scrunchies and knee socks. The updated looks feature style without sacrificing modesty or quality, ensuring kids return to school with a fashionably polished appearance at a great value.

"At Lands' End, we realize that kids want to be comfortable and look cool while parents appreciate great value and high quality," said J Henley, senior designer of school uniforms at Lands' End. "The best thing about the updated school uniform collection is essential school-day pieces can now become after-school favorites thanks to new styles and updated fits in pants and tops. Parents will also appreciate the construction and durability details to keep kids looking great the whole school year."

Rise to the Challenge
When it comes to pants, many girls lean toward the low-rise option. The challenge was incorporating the love of low-rise jeans into the classic silhouette of chino pants while maintaining a clean, classic appearance. The Lands' End School Uniform designers did exactly that when crafting the new feminine fit chinos. The updated style is designed with a one-inch lower rise compared to traditional chinos with the same great details including front and back pockets, a hidden adjustable waist and a hint of stretch for added ease. Plus, free hemming guarantees kids will get the right fit every time.

Wanting to Fit in
The age-old saying "boys will be boys and girls will be girls" certainly holds true when it comes to t-shirt preferences. Girls don't want the baggy fit of a boy's t-shirt, instead they want a closer, more comfortable fit. That's why Lands' End School Uniforms created a strong differentiation in tops by designing a feminine fit for girls. Options range from t-shirts to polos, and new this year is the Girls' Feminine Fit Rugby that provides the same authentic details as the boys' version but is slightly more shaped at the waist.

A+ for Accessories
This back-to-school season, Lands' End School Uniforms is offering great accessories like hair scrunchies, headbands and argyle socks to complete the look and provide a one-stop shopping experience. Additional accessories include headbands and belts designed to match the plaids in their skirts, skorts and jumpers along with backpacks and shoes that meet kids' expectations as well as dress code requirements. The on-trend looks of weathered and braided belts along with plaid neckties are also available for boys.

Options for Every Shape and Size
In addition to new styles, Lands' End is offering more sizes for the school year, from pre-K to 12th grade. In addition to slim, plus and husky, expanded sizes for high school students range from size 00 to 24 for girls and tops up to XXL for guys. Lands' End has also expanded its School Uniform collection for the pre-K crowd including several styles in toddler sizes.

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