Saint Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
With summer just around the corner, many schools and parents are already focused on the back to school season and school uniforms. School uniforms have become an ever-growing sector in the children’s apparel world. Many companies such as French Toast and Lands’ End offer a variety of clothing to appeal to parents meeting their individual school uniform requirements. Other companies work with schools directly and have an internal ordering presence in schools, while many companies sell the traditional khakis and solid shirts. Myself Belts, a leader in the children’s belt market, adds its own mark to the school uniform market. Many schools require belts as part of their uniform and this requirement applies to even the youngest children.
Children’s belts often cause difficulty for preschoolers, kindergarten students and even older students, as maneuvering a belt buckle can be difficult for small hands. Myself Belts has eliminated this challenge, as Myself Belts are easy for children to fasten and to unfasten. Myself Belts have a patented one-handed closure that is perfect for young children and for those with hand dexterity difficulties. A new optional slide on buckle added last year, gives the look of a regular belt with the simplicity of the Myself Belts’ closure. Many schools have learned about the benefits of Myself Belts and have recommended them to their families. Teachers love the ease that Myself Belts provide as they no longer have to help their students unbuckle when they use the bathroom. Some schools, such as Charlotte Latin in Charlotte, North Carolina and Shady Side in Pittsburgh, PA, have Myself Belts available in their school bookstores with their school logo or name embroidered on the belt. This personalized Myself Belt adds to school spirit and also makes it easier for young children to meet their uniform requirements and be independent at the same time.
“Myself Belts is trying to expand its presence in school bookstores, but it can be challenging to spread the word to schools without a larger uniform distributor”, says owner Talia Goldfarb. Myself Belts reaches out to parents directly to order on the Myself Belts website. Myself Belts has a school fundraising program as
well as the ability to monogram belts with school names and logos in mass quantities.
School uniforms were created so children could focus on learning and not be distracted by what each other is wearing. Over the years school uniform clothing has become more durable with more comfortable fabrics and stain-proof technology. Teachers and students agree school uniforms, as well as innovative accessories such as Myself Belts, provide a better culture for learning. Bathroom accidents are also prevented as children can quickly undo their belt and use the restroom with ease.
Myself Belts sells their line of belts for toddlers, children and adults at http://www.myselfbelts.com, where they offer a variety of styles, colors, and sizes.