Catholic school uniforms



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Several examples en:Catholic school uniform skirts showing the plaid patterns. All of these examples were manufactured by the Dennis Uniform Company based out of Portland OR. All skirts, skorts, jumpers and shifts are made in America at the Dennis Uniform factory in Portland. http://www.dennisuniform.com/onlstore/madeinUSA.asp

The patterns of most or all such uniforms have names. For example, the green ground skirt (leftmost in the photo) has a pattern which is called a "Sequoia" by the manufacturer, next is "MacBeth", followed by "Plaid OO" and the last is called Lloyd.

Note that these names apparently do not have any relation to the similarly named patterns of Scottish kilts which are registered with the Scottish Tartans Society. For example, the MacBeth plaid skirt is quite unlike any of the three examples of MacBeth tartan patterns, both as to the color scheme and the thread count.

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