This week will be the busiest manufacturer of children\'s clothing this year, as the cost of parents preparing clothing for each child in the new school year is up to £ 300. From traditional school ties and trailblazers to fashionable jerseys and polo tops, school uniforms have returned strongly in the 1990 generation. Simple egalitarianism that sees uniforms being ridiculed as stuffy or \"puffs\" is long out of date. Today, parents and teachers think that school uniforms help build identity for their schools and help to eliminate the difference between being rich and not-well-off --off. No matter how many parents support the school in order to restore their school uniforms, it makes them have to balance the double dangers of fashion and school regulations, trying to make their offspring happy. The price of the complete public school kit can range from £ 300 to £ 40 for state school equipment. Retailers benefiting from the unified consumption spree include leading chain stores Marks & Spencer and Bhs, which last week ran a full-page advertisement in national newspapers promoting their pirated trousers as a fashion product for girls. Some of the country\'s most traditional garment factories survive due to later developments Fashion boom in summer. A shop like this is R Monkhouse, based in Cheadle Hulme town, Cheshire, selling uniforms for 400 schools, and saw many parents queuing up to buy ties last week Scarf and coat. It\'s like the Sainsbury\'s counter is here. \"It\'s too busy. people need a ticket to get service,\" the school said . \" Director Fred straw. \"We try to educate people to get things early, but it always ends up in a crazy rush every summer. . . The uniform is very different. The unified list of private and public schools is more demanding. Their students often need summer and winter clothing and a variety of different sports equipment. Schools in many state departments have chosen more advanced schools Outdated look of Jersey and polo shirt, often with embroidered school emblem. \"Nick Kivers, a traditional gentleman and the boss of the school -- The garment factory in Sandbach, Cheshire, has seen the revival of school uniforms, and at the same time, the school competition market is becoming increasingly fierce, which is driven by the growth of grants. Maintain the school. \"There was a time when schools in state departments were really phasing out school uniforms,\" he said . \". \"Few people get rid of it completely, but in general it becomes more relaxed. \"Some future parents have established connections between school uniforms and discipline, and they have been found to observe the student\'s performance at the school gate. Public schools still have the highest uniform bill. At Princess Royal\'s old school, bennden, parents must provide seven shirts for daily wear for more than £ 100. At Eton public school, the basic uniform for tail clothes, waistcoats, trousers and white shirts is at least £ 300, in addition to a wide range of other sports equipment. School uniforms are cheaper for most families. A cheap suit coat made of Poly The price of viscose is around £ 25 with embroidered badges, while some retailers sell school pants for £ 10. Manufacturers have successfully combined the growing demand for smart school uniforms in educational institutions with fashion trends to keep students happy. Paul Scates, managing director of the Banner School The clothing department says it is possible to design fashion uniforms: \"We find that fashion tends to penetrate into our schools -- Collection of clothing. We are not talking about fashion, but about keeping students and teachers happy . \" In their latest collection, Banner has black and navy trousers, short swing skirts and fleecy \"sportswear \". \"Now, you can buy a full outfit for a high school student for around £ 40,\" Mr Scates said . \". Simon Smith, chairman of the independent school experts Association this year, also runs a school renovation company in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, saying many schools are trying to adopt a more corporate look. \"We must have seen a difference from a Jersey. More and more schools want their students to have a corporate image working with pioneers. . . Big plaid skirt- You have to buy them from the right uniform store and they will not be easily shortened by turning the belt. \"Like most things, school uniforms vary depending on where you live. In Scotland and Northern Ireland, both places are proud of their strict approach to education, and schools tend to keep the old Unified Design. In the Langda Valley, limited income translates into a relaxed dress code. But most surprisingly, traditional uniforms are enjoying a boom in Essex, which has a considerable number of de-destructors. \"Many schools in Essex want a traditional look,\" Mr. Smith said . \" \"It\'s a domino effect. The competition in schools is more intense now, and everyone will follow once a school enters the Trail Blazers. Essex is a microcosm of this trend.