Friday, November 27, 2015

French Toast Uniform Apparel - For School Clothes and Beyond!! #FTCuties #GrowingUpWithFT

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Disclaimer - Rose is not a black belt. The patch was worn with permission to demonstrate what her dress blues will look like once she tests, passes and is promoted to black belt in the coming year for the purposes of this clothing review

As many of you know from posts I have shared over the years, both my husband and daughter Rose study Tang Soo Do martial arts. Rose has been studying it for over 6 years now and this coming Spring she is going to be testing for her 1st degree Black Belt at the age of 13. Once she is officially awarded her Black Belt, she will be required to attend our Tang Soo Do events, tournaments, workshops and more in formal dress blues - navy blazer, navy slacks or skirt (ladies choice). 

Knowing this day would be coming I have been looking for where I could find such Dress Blues for Rose in her size. She is 13 but she is very petite and lean (martial arts is an amazing workout - I am jealous of my daughter's muscle tone). I seriously could have kicked myself for not thinking of French Toast's uniform apparel sooner! We have been familiar with French Toast's clothing for many years. Rose attended a public charter school in her elementary grades and the school switched to school uniform attire for the entire school a couple years into her attending so I have purchased French Toast's apparel before at our local department stores. 

I know I am not the only parent in the situation of having to find formal attire for not only school uniforms but for religious events, scouting groups, sports banquet apparel and other organized events, not to mention all the parents at our karate studio that are currently needing Dress Blues for their kids or will be in the future. 

French Toast's website is very easy to navigate and after searching other sites and stores in the past couple years, their prices are very affordable. I was able to put together a complete outfit for her for under $60 which included a navy blazer, white blouse, navy slacks (the navy skirt is comparable in price to the slacks). French Toast also features regular sale promotions plus if you check out their site and share it or sign up for their email newsletter - you get a discount code off your purchase. 

Blazer, Blouse, Slacks combo

We received a navy blazer, white blouse, navy pleated skirt and navy slacks to review. The clothing is high quality, well-made and machine washable (bonus!). The slacks we selected are actually a "jegging" (jean/legging) and have the appearance of a pair of slacks but are a soft French terry fabric with a comfortable waistline. I really like that the slacks and skirt both have adjustable waistlines which is a must for Rose since she has a tinier waist and the standard sizes tend to be a bit too big for her. Seeing her in the complete Dress Blues outfit combinations was quite amazing - very sophisticated!   

Blazer, Blouse, Pleated Skirt Combo

French Toast has a wide range of school uniform apparel for boys and girls in sizes ranging from 2T up to 16-20; they also have youth, plus, slim, husky and young women/men's categories. They carry accessories such as ties, belts and undergarments in addition to footwear. You can even shop by your school if your school is listed on their site to help you with the dress code and you even have the ability to put a school logo or crest on your uniform apparel. I highly recommend checking out French Toast's website for all your school uniform needs plus for all your child's extracurricular activity needs when you find your children in need of more formal dress apparel.


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26 comments:

  1. She looks great in those outfits! It looks like they are great quality too. And I love the outtakes haha.

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  2. Omg she's too much. Love it! Those are fantastic uniforms!

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  3. Rose definitely pulls those uniforms off very well!! Great review!

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  4. Go Rose! I love that she is into martial arts...What a kick butt thing to do. She looks great in the dress blues :)

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  5. those are so nice - uniforms have some a long way!

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  6. I wish I could say I liked martial arts. I took it for about 4 years and one day I did some rolling and my belt knot knocked the wind out of me. I stood up and said, "Im Done!"
    But she looks great in the blues and Im glad that she has found something that she loves~!!

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  7. Wow, what great uniforms, she looks great and the uniforms look like they are such great quality.

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  8. Ah, these are great!! She looks awesome!

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  9. Wow, I didn't realize there was so much involved when it came to attending martial arts events. Thought you just wore the same thing you wore when you were in classes. Congrats to Rose and all she has accomplished. I'm sure she'll do great when she tests.

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  10. These look very professional, like preparing kids for their future dressing.

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  11. WOW! How exciting to be a black belt that young of an age! These uniforms look so cool and great to wear to many places like school!

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  12. Looks like a great company with quality uniforms.

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  13. I love the uniforms, and how neat they look and what they represent.

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  14. I don't think I would have enjoyed wearing uniforms to school.

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  15. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)December 13, 2015 at 2:17 AM

    These look nice. I always think it is less distracting with school uniforms.

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  16. Love the clean lines and the nicee colorss. This clothing libe to me has always had a classy look. Love the pictures aand review, great job!

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  17. She looks nice. We also like FT uniform here.

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  18. (French Toast Uniform Apparel - For School Clothes and Beyond!! #FTCuties #GrowingUpWithFT) They have some very nice school uniforms for the kids.

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  19. Awesome! She looks great in that uniform. So glad that you could find one that fits to size!

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