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LIDL Whole School Uniform From £3.75, Trousers £1.25, Polo Shirts £1.25, Sweatshirt £1.25, Skirts £1.25, T-Shirts £1.79
LIDL Whole School Uniform From £3.75, Trousers £1.25, Polo Shirts £1.25, Sweatshirt £1.25, Skirts £1.25, T-Shirts £1.79

LIDL Whole School Uniform From £3.75, Trousers £1.25, Polo Shirts £1.25, Sweatshirt £1.25, Skirts £1.25, T-Shirts £1.79

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From 20th July at LIDL

LIDL Whole School Uniform From £3.75 (Trousers/Skirts, Polo Shirts, Sweatshirts)

Trousers £1.25 (Boys, Girls)
Polo Shirts £1.25 (Boys, Girls)
Sweatshirt £1.25 (Boys, Girls)
Skirts £1.25 (Girls)
Shirts £1.99 (Boys, Girls)
T-Shirts £1.79
Kids Joggers £2.99
Vests (3 Pack) £1.99 (Boys, Girls)
Socks 5 Pack £1.79
Underwear 5 Pack £1.79 (Boys, Girls)
Shoes £6.99 (Boys, Girls)
Plimsolls £1.99 (Boys, Girls)

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Jeez... Back in the day, my poor Mum had to spend more than that just for my tie... :-(
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Jeez... Back in the day, my poor Mum had to spend more than that just for my tie... :-(

I wonder how much the poor kids get paid to make these that dream of being able to attend school?

ALDI has got these uniforms in from today at exactly the same price

Do we know the quality of these. LIDL or ALDI any better then other super markets??

hardikjshah8331 m ago

Do we know the quality of these. LIDL or ALDI any better then other super …Do we know the quality of these. LIDL or ALDI any better then other super markets??


I bought some lidl uniform last September and they've
lasted all school year. They're fab

is this leaflet available on line please? Im wondering what age they go up to and in what brackets e.g. 3-4 years and also what style the girls skirts are please? TIA

Just came back from Aldi did'nt get anything for my boys ,sold,better luck at Lidl then

lidl.co.uk/en/…265
This link should take you to the uniform page

hardikjshah83

Do we know the quality of these. LIDL or ALDI any better then other super … Do we know the quality of these. LIDL or ALDI any better then other super markets??


I bought girls shirts last year, they have washed and worn really well, still ok a year on

Does anyone know if these sell as quickly as the aldi ones? i wont be able to make it down until after lunch so wasnt sure if they sell out quickly. Do the deals ever go out the night before?

schofield88838 h, 37 m ago

Does anyone know if these sell as quickly as the aldi ones? i wont be able …Does anyone know if these sell as quickly as the aldi ones? i wont be able to make it down until after lunch so wasnt sure if they sell out quickly. Do the deals ever go out the night before?


Yes they will sell out quickly but it's always worth popping down when you can to see what they have left. I'm hoping that there would be stock available as Aldi had their school clothes last week and hence many parents would have bought it from them last week. The deals don't go out the night before

Aldi was £5.00 for the set - they dropped their price to match Lidl's £3.75

fireman1

Yeah, I'm sure all kids dream of going to school.


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Seriously? A question for the mums and dads who buy these: Just exactly what are you wasting your money on, that you have to send your kids to school for the next year in trousers that cost £1.25?

Get your priorities right.

eatmorefish

Seriously? A question for the mums and dads who buy these: Just exactly … Seriously? A question for the mums and dads who buy these: Just exactly what are you wasting your money on, that you have to send your kids to school for the next year in trousers that cost £1.25?Get your priorities right.



I'm not entirely sure what you're getting at, kitting out kids for school can be expensive. It cost us around £450 last year for our 3 kids and that was just to start the term so doesn't include the additional costs to replace kit that gets worn throughout the year. After 6-7 weeks of holidays, days out, general entertainment and child-minding costs, that sort of cash isn't readily available for most people. So would I buy some of this to supplement their school wardrobe, without a doubt.

And this is a deals site, it's what we are all here for, right?

Just been, i normally buy in Asda, the jumpers seem good on a pair with asda whom charge £4 each. Same with the polo shirts which are £2.50 in asda for a two pack i see little diffence.
I got the tees cos you cant complain about two of them for less then a pound each, the trousers i bought a pair but I'm not impressed they are very thin, i normally pay £5 a pair in asda and will probably continue to do so as i doubt these will last.

Also got the shoes as they look good for the price, I'd expect to pay £12 for a similar looking pair elsewhere the sole is about 1inch thick just have to see how hard wareing they are.

As for the guy up there(or girl) ^
The worst shoes i ever got for my kid was kickers for £50 they lasted less then 4 months, when you have a boy who comes home with lord alone knows what all down his clothing its just easier to buy new then try to get the stains out, its easier just to buy cheap trousers and shoes\hats etc with the expectation that they will look manky, have holes in vanish off the face of the earth or end up stuck in a tree or something after a few months.

molliesmummy

is this leaflet available on line please? Im wondering what age they go … is this leaflet available on line please? Im wondering what age they go up to and in what brackets e.g. 3-4 years and also what style the girls skirts are please? TIA



They had 4 to 6, 6 to 8 and 8 to 10 sizes in hanwell branch this morning and the shoes are 13 to 2.5

Error440

Just been, i normally buy in Asda, the jumpers seem good on a pair with … Just been, i normally buy in Asda, the jumpers seem good on a pair with asda whom charge £4 each. Same with the polo shirts which are £2.50 in asda for a two pack i see little diffence.I got the tees cos you cant complain about two of them for less then a pound each, the trousers i bought a pair but I'm not impressed they are very thin, i normally pay £5 a pair in asda and will probably continue to do so as i doubt these will last.Also got the shoes as they look good for the price, I'd expect to pay £12 for a similar looking pair elsewhere the sole is about 1inch thick just have to see how hard wareing they are.As for the guy up there(or girl) ^The worst shoes i ever got for my kid was kickers for £50 they lasted less then 4 months, when you have a boy who comes home with lord alone knows what all down his clothing its just easier to buy new then try to get the stains out, its easier just to buy cheap trousers and shoes\hats etc with the expectation that they will look manky, have holes in vanish off the face of the earth or end up stuck in a tree or something after a few months.



I so agree with you I brought £60 kickers for my daughter on two separate occasions one pair the strap fell off one term in , the second when it rained the insole dyed all her socks .. shocking! Ive just brought the lidl girls shoes this morning too they look great quality

gez19676 h, 33 m ago

I'm not entirely sure what you're getting at, kitting out kids for school …I'm not entirely sure what you're getting at, kitting out kids for school can be expensive. It cost us around £450 last year for our 3 kids and that was just to start the term so doesn't include the additional costs to replace kit that gets worn throughout the year. After 6-7 weeks of holidays, days out, general entertainment and child-minding costs, that sort of cash isn't readily available for most people. So would I buy some of this to supplement their school wardrobe, without a doubt.And this is a deals site, it's what we are all here for, right?


Ah, all is clear. You spent your money on holidays, days out and entertainment...and now they spend the year walking around in a pair of trousers for £1.15. As i said, priorities.

eatmorefish

Ah, all is clear. You spent your money on holidays, days out and … Ah, all is clear. You spent your money on holidays, days out and entertainment...and now they spend the year walking around in a pair of trousers for £1.15. As i said, priorities.



Ignore the other two comments citing that expense means nothing why don't you.

Error44011 h, 30 m ago

Ignore the other two comments citing that expense means nothing why don't …Ignore the other two comments citing that expense means nothing why don't you.


Love the username. Spot on.

eatmorefish

Love the username. Spot on.



Spot on what? you are the one saying people shouldn't buy £7 shoes, i bet they last longer then the £50 ones did.

my son lost his baseball cap at school which cost a fiver so i got a cheap one online for £1.80 and a knock off logo of something he likes for 70p, spent over half an hour sewing it on so he'd have a unique hat. Is that showing priorities for you because i spent the time to stitch it on and search online in the first place or is that a sign of poor priorities to you because I spent less then £3 on a knock-off hat?

eatmorefish

Ah, all is clear. You spent your money on holidays, days out and … Ah, all is clear. You spent your money on holidays, days out and entertainment...and now they spend the year walking around in a pair of trousers for £1.15. As i said, priorities.



Holidays, days out and entertainment... for them. Just back from a 3 week holiday to Disney World. It was costly, but you know what, I want them to have a great childhood and create amazing memories. Would they rather have that or for them to be safe in the knowledge that their trousers cost 10x more when they're at school? As you say, priorities.

Good luck finding a store with any stock left....

Tempted to have a kid so I can make the most of this deal.

eatmorefish

Ah, all is clear. You spent your money on holidays, days out and … Ah, all is clear. You spent your money on holidays, days out and entertainment...and now they spend the year walking around in a pair of trousers for £1.15. As i said, priorities.



Yep. having fun and great memories vs expensive school trousers ... I'm sorry for your kids

mess08041 h, 13 m ago

Yep. having fun and great memories vs expensive school trousers ... …Yep. having fun and great memories vs expensive school trousers ... I'm sorry for your kids


Sorry to hear that you have to choose between decent clothes and great memories. I sincerely wish you well with your financial situation.

gez196722nd Jul

Holidays, days out and entertainment... for them. Just back from a 3 week …Holidays, days out and entertainment... for them. Just back from a 3 week holiday to Disney World. It was costly, but you know what, I want them to have a great childhood and create amazing memories. Would they rather have that or for them to be safe in the knowledge that their trousers cost 10x more when they're at school? As you say, priorities.




I feel somewhat honored to receive your comment. Your profile shows that on average you have posted only one comment per year over the last decade. Maybe sometime in the next ten years you might like to think about sharing your first deal?
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