Thinking of buying school uniform online from Price & Buckland?
Ordering school uniform online from Price & Buckland makes it easy for children to get ready for the classroom!
Are your children about to start or return to primary or secondary school in September? My son’s jumpers are zigzagged with marker pen and full of holes! Even though the holidays are just starting, parents are thinking of back-to-school shopping – getting organised and buying new uniform and supplies for the next academic year.
It is easy to spend a fortune on school uniform. We recommend buying plain non logoed clothing (unless mandatory) that are value for money yet well made to stand up to child-induced wear and tear.
Why is it best to buy school uniform online?
In current times a trip to a shopping centre or even the supermarket is likely to be the last thing you want to do with children in tow. Buying school uniform online is convenient, safer and with hassle-free returns. Yes, I know supermarkets like Aldi and discount stores like Shoe Zone offer cheap uniform options, but through experience of parenting a ten-year-old boy I find with the shoes wear very quickly and clothing shrinks on a hot wash. I have ended spending more buying quantity and not quality, not mention a desire to shop more sustainably.
All you need is a little preparation getting your children’s measurements when shopping online. Hands up which other parents always size up? We tend to buy trousers with an adjustable waistband that you can loosen as your child grows.
So how do you pick a school uniform shop to buy online from?
A trusted online retailer will offer great customer service, consistently high-quality products and reliable stock levels so you will be able to get what you need when you need it.
As tempting it is to stock up for the year ahead, remember your children are constantly growing. How many of each piece of school uniform depends on its use and your budget. Parents recommend one to wash, one to wear and one in the drawer; for my son I have 5 shirts as they will be dirty daily, two jumpers, three pairs of trousers and a pair of shorts. Football at breaktime means trousers wear quickly! That way, you will not spend your evenings washing and your child will go to school in clean clothes each day.
Introducing Price & Buckland.
Price & Buckland have been designing and manufacturing school uniform since 1959. They partner with 2,000 schools across the UK and offer their own direct to parents Ecommerce website, which has grown year on year. Because of this success Price & Buckland have launched a plain school uniform website to reach all parents and cater for their children’s uniform requirements.
The true to size clothing is skilfully designed, strong, and super comfortable to ensure children look smart from registration until home time. I was impressed by the affordable prices and clever features, from adjustable waists, spare buttons and reinforced under arms. Price & Buckland uniforms are made to last.
How easy is it to buy off the Price & Buckland website?
It is easy! Browse through the products on the user-friendly website and add them to your basket. Once you are happy with your selection/s you will need to log in or register if you don’t already have an account. When you’re logged in you can purchase the uniform, payable by debit or credit card, dispatched to a home or work address within 5 working days. Returns are simple (items must be returned within 14 days of receipt). What I love is the easy-to-understand retailer size chart.
Popular staple uniform pieces include Crew Neck Sweatshirts (£8.75) in a range of non-fade colours and sizes (from 2-13 years). Made from a durable Acrylic/Cotton/Polyester mix fabric the sweatshirt is highly practical and machine washable. Contactable by phone or email Price & Buckland have outstanding customer service by parent review. Reviews from parents highlight the excellence of the Customer Service of Price & Buckland. A great service from start to finish. Happy mum!
#AD This is a collaborative post written in conjunction with Price & Buckland.