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Published On: Mon, Jul 25th, 2016

Back To School Clothes System: Viral Pic Of Organized School Outfits Sparks Conversation On Facebook

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Back to school clothes. How do you manage your child’s back to school clothes?

As the summer months continue to pass by as quickly as they arrive, parents and children gradually become more and more aware of the need for back to school shopping. Along with the seemingly never-ending collection of school supplies that need to be purchased, buying school clothes is another important item to eventually check off of the standard to-do list before school starts.

Perhaps the most exhausting part during the school year for many parents, though, is managing and maintaining their children’s school clothes week after week. If you are a parent, how do you (or did you) stay on top of organizing your child’s school clothes and outfits day after day? Some parents may say that they put together school clothes and outfits every night before their children went to sleep. Others may say that they helped their children put their school outfits together first thing in the morning before they got on the bus.

However, a viral pic that recently resurfaced on Facebook emphasizes the concept of organizing school clothes and planned school outfits weekly instead of on a day-to-day basis.

The viral photo of a noteworthy school clothes system was initially posted on the “My 101.7” Facebook page last August.

“To make my life WAY easier for school! Monday-Friday School Outfits + a place to put their shoes & backpack!”

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(Photo Credit: My 101.7 Facebook Page)

As seen in the photo, a collection of stacked storage bins were used to manage the weekly school clothes and outfits for two children – apparently a boy and a girl.

Each column consists of six different bins – one for each school day and another specifically for shoes. On top of the stacked bins were each child’s respective book bags. This organized system would essentially reduce the time needed for the kids to get dressed in the morning for school, because they would simply open the corresponding bin (depending on the day) and get their shoes out of the bottom bin.

Based on the comments posted to the photo on Facebook, this viral picture of a school clothes system using labeled storage bins sparked quite a few conversations and mixed reactions on social media.

Some people simply did not like the idea at all and did not feel as if this type of organizational system for school clothes was necessary.



Others did not feel as if it would work for their families or were satisfied with the processes that they were already using – such as allowing their children to pick out their own clothes in advance, choosing outfits every night for the following day or even using hangers to organize the clothing.




A substantial number of parents of children that wear uniforms to school every day expressed how this particular system would not work for them. Several mothers, though, expressed how even students that wear uniforms could still benefit from this type of system.


Even though there were a lot of negative comments about the school clothes system in the viral pic, the vast majority of the comments were positive. There were even some people that defended the picture against the people that talked bad about th econcept.


Most teenagers and high school-aged students are able to manage their own clothes – washing, drying, folding, organizing and even buying in some cases. However, what about the younger children that need a lot more supervision and assistance in this regard?

The concept of allowing the typical elementary school child to handle their own school clothes without any supervision or oversight from parents may seem like a parent’s worst nightmare!

Staying on top of that in addition to the extensive list of other responsibilities that the average parent has within his or her household may seem like the straw that broke the camel’s back. Having some sort of organizational system in place – such as the school clothes bin system featured in this viral pic – could very well relieve a substantial amount of that weighty burden.

[Image Credit: My 101.7 Facebook Page]

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Back To School Clothes System: Viral Pic Of Organized School Outfits Sparks Conversation On Facebook