Size 2-3 school uniform?

(23 Posts)
ravensrivers Sat 25-May-19 09:44:32

Does anywhere other than m&s sell it?

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ICanTuckMyBoobsInMyPockets Sat 25-May-19 09:50:19


Juniorwarriors Sat 25-May-19 12:16:33

I found some age 2 school trousers in Tesco a couple of years ago. I feel your pain, my 6 year old has just graduated to age 3-4. I find Asda school uniform is absolutely huge, especially if your child is slight as well as shorter than average.

Good luck in your search.

randomsabreuse Sat 25-May-19 12:20:03

If a girl get a pinafore. My narrow hipped 3yo can just about wear Primark skinny jeans in 2-3 with the waist bunched in, is fine in Tesco and Sainsbury's pinafores.

randomsabreuse Sat 25-May-19 12:20:43

Matalan does tights in 2-3 which is handy too!

ravensrivers Sat 25-May-19 17:34:56

She's not long in size 18-24m in m&s and asda seems to be even bigger made.

I was hoping somewhere did a smaller 2-3y than m&s as they've always seemed quite big made compared to other brands

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Aroundtheworldin80moves Sat 25-May-19 17:38:02

Sainsbury's... I'm sure they had age 3.


Yura Sun 26-May-19 06:08:46

School uniform shops usually have some

MrsLJ2014 Sun 26-May-19 20:12:48

I got Matalan age 3 stuff for my little boy who is about to finish reception! Found Matalan smaller than Asda stuff.

MeMeMeYou Mon 27-May-19 19:52:48

M and S do age 2 as well. As do the Supermarkets. My son is v small. I have to pick slim cut style trousers or they are too gathered at the waist so picking the right style helps too. He was in 2-3 in Reception!

helpmum2003 Mon 27-May-19 19:54:33

Not sure what age Next start at but their slim fit trousers with adjustable waists were great for my skinny kids.

babysharkah Mon 27-May-19 19:59:05


astonvanilla Mon 27-May-19 20:01:05

I got age 3 grey trousers for my son in J9hn Lewis.

malmontar Mon 27-May-19 21:36:50

I have the opposite problem and next has always been helpful. They have a super slim as well as plus size option.

LynetteScavo Mon 27-May-19 21:54:27

John Lewis

LeFaye Mon 27-May-19 22:24:48

They have a quite a few items that size.

Didiplanthis Mon 27-May-19 22:26:02

John Lewis seems to come up quite big. My small but not tiny 7yr old is in age 5. Next slim fit works well.

ilovewine4ever Mon 27-May-19 22:27:42

Please don't think I am wierd here. But children go to school at ages 2? Or is this nursery ??

drspouse Mon 27-May-19 23:05:25

No, just very small 4 year olds! My DD was in 2-3y clothes in some brands in Sept, she turned 5 the other day and now is too tall for the dresses I bought in August.confused

ilovewine4ever Mon 27-May-19 23:08:28

Ah I see! And wow! I guess u save money in some cases and stores.

JustTwoMoreSecs Mon 27-May-19 23:09:11

Sainsbury, and M&S skinny range

randomsabreuse Mon 27-May-19 23:14:52

Some school nursery classes have optional uniform - which might pick up a just turned 3yo too. Or just very slight - the range in DD's class is huge - she's about the narrowest but above average in height. Her 3-4 pinafores were really long in September but look like they won't actually cover her bum if she's reaching up. Still not really grown into them width wise! Summer dresses are fine for length despite being same size!

ravensrivers Tue 28-May-19 21:47:17

Thanks for all the answers. Next only goes down to 3-4 and we don't have one nearby to look instore.
We'll need to go into the city at some point anyway so we'll just have to have a look about and try stuff on her.

She'll be about 3 and a half when she starts school she just teeny! She 3 at the moment and only 84cm tall

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