Updated: 10 September 2016

Disney Frozen School Uniform From £4 @ Asda

Disney Frozen School Uniform @ Asda

Trust Asda to do something a little bit special with their school uniform, and this lovely Disney Frozen School Uniform range is proving to be very popular indeed. They sell a variety of girl's uniform items that have little images of Elsa on them, and they are subtle detailing that little ones will love.

There are Polo Shirts, Cardigans in a choice of three colours and Skirts from just £4, and Grey Pinafores for just £6, so these are the bargain prices that we would expect from Asda George.

You do need to make sure that they will be acceptable for use on your child's school before you buy, but if you look at the pictures on the Asda website you can see that the Frozen images are cleverly applied so that they are an extra little detail rather than a pattern.

All the Disney Frozen School Uniform items are also included in the School Uniform Spend & Save* promotion at Asda George which gives you 20% off Leather School Shoes when you spend £25 on school uniform.

Some items are getting low in stock as people really start getting spending on Back To School supplies, so you do need to be quick if these Frozen items are what your little one wants.

Click and Collect is free from Asda stores, or home delivery costs just £2.95.


  • Hollie M.

    Nice eh.. Probably wouldn't get the cardigan, no sure they'd be able to wear that to school? X

  • Kayley M.

    A never even seen that lol! The skirt and pinafore are nice x

  • Joanne B.

    O will have to have a look

  • Hollie M.

    Aye they're nice.. A like the tshirt too x

  • Ellie-may P.

    Wow xx

  • Melissa C.

    Oh yes :smiley:! Will have to have a look - thanks! X

  • Kate M.

    What a ridiculous idea!

  • Leanne C.

    I didn't think this would be allowed at most schools Plus frozen is getting old now

  • Gemma D.

    Better quality than the plain ones though and wash 10x better can hardly see the pattern

  • Lucy G.

    Surely the whole point of a uniform is to level the playing field and make kids equal. Things that make a child stand out for the wrong reasons should and are discouraged ....... If they stand out it should be earned and positive. This is a cheap nasty selling tactic which I think asda should be ashamed of!

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