Mandating school uniforms is a economic burden to parents
Uniforms are also all about going to a preppy public-U.
K/private-the-rest-the-world school vs an inferior school. Uniforms also create class divides between schools; thus.
Uniform makes students very identifiable and emphasises the divisions between schools, making it very easy for bullying and fights to develop between students from rival institutions as they travel to and from school.
The business world is increasingly relaxed about dress codes, making those schools that insist on uniform increasingly anachronistic.
Even former scholars can contribute their uniforms to the needy,so that all students are One,and that's how the scholar is recognised,especially in case of some accident happening or any crisis,when no one is there. let's start thinking reality here and ask the question this way: Why pay for uniforms, when you can go and buy cheap clothes from a cheap store then go to school come back and complain to your parents that other kids are mocking you for having cheap clothes.
Not all uniform shops/stores sell the same quality uniforms.
Any white blouse can replace the uniform shirt and certain white blouses are more fashionable than others.
Today, a pair of 0 nike's, cellphone and a Chrysler 300 with chrome rims seperate your from the pack. By allowing pupils to challenge one aspect of the school rules, it will give them license and encourage them to break others. This makes pupils easier to teach and they will learn more, which will benefit them in the long run. A uniform shirt not tucked for example can lead to detention, as can nail polish or grown nails or wearing a hat or getting ink on a tie etc etc.
(Think about how many students are in schools) School uniforms would be a wate of money and time.
The same can be said about accessories such as ties, hair bands, scrunchies, broaches, clips,make-up,hair-gel,hairspray,hair-dye,other hair-products etc.