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Turquoise pinafore over white shirt

The uniforms at Malaysian public schools are as follows:[1]
Malaysian school girls in tunics

Primary school
White shirt and
Navy blue short trousers; or
Navy blue long trousers
Navy blue pinafore over white shirt; or
White baju kurung (a long tunic that covers the arms) over long navy blue skirt
Secondary school
White shirt and
Olive green long trousers; or
Olive green short trousers; or
White trousers (generally only for Form 6 students)
Turquoise pinafore over white shirt (Form 1 to Form 5); or
Turquoise skirt with white blouse (generally only for Form 6 students); or
White baju kurung (a long tunic that covers the arms) over long turquoise skirt (Form 1 to Form 6)

Girls who choose to wear the pinafore, especially those attending co-ed schools, also usually wear shorts under their pinafore to allow for carefree movement as the skirt of the pinafore only covers up to the knee. Those who wear the baju kurung tend not to wear shorts under their long skirt as their long skirt already covers their legs.[citation needed]

The Japanese school uniform is modeled in appearance similar to that of the European-style naval uniforms and was first used in Japan in the late 19th century. Today, school uniforms are common in many of the Japanese public and private school systems. The Japanese word for this type of uniform is seifuku (制服?)

Sailor fuku
Anime-esque girl wearing sailor fuku
Japanese junior high school students in sailor suit

The sailor fuku (セーラー服 sērā fuku?, Sailor outfits) is a common style of uniform worn by female middle school students, traditionally by high school students, and occasionally, elementary school students. It was introduced as a school uniform in 1920 in Heian Jogakuin (平安女学院?)[5] and 1921 by the principal of Fukuoka Jo Gakuin University (福岡女学院?),[6] Elizabeth Lee. It was modeled after the uniform used by the British Royal Navy at the time, which Lee had experienced as an exchange student in the United Kingdom.

Much like the male uniform, the gakuran, the sailor outfits bears a similarity to various military styled naval uniforms. The uniform generally consists of a blouse attached with a sailor-style collar and a pleated skirt. There are seasonal variations for summer and winter: sleeve length and fabric are adjusted accordingly. A ribbon is tied in the front and laced through a loop attached to the blouse. Several variations on the ribbon include neckties, bolo ties, neckerchiefs, and bows. Common colors are navy blue, white, grey, light green and black.

Shoes, socks, and other accessories are sometimes included as part of the uniform. These socks are typically navy or white. The shoes are typically brown or black penny loafers. Although not part of the prescribed uniform, alternate forms of legwear (such as loose socks, knee-length stockings, or similar) are also commonly matched by more fashionable girls with their sailor outfits.

The sailor uniform today is generally associated solely with junior high schools, since a majority of (though by no means all) high schools have changed to more western style plaid skirts or blazers.
Cultural significance
Japanese school uniform

Various schools are known for their particular uniforms. Uniforms can have a nostalgic characteristic for former students, and are often associated with relatively carefree youth. Uniforms are sometimes modified by students as a means of exhibiting individualism, including lengthening or shortening the skirt, removing the ribbon, hiding patches or badges under the collar, etc. In past decades, brightly coloured variants of the sailor outfits were also adopted by Japanese yankii and Bōsōzoku biker gangs.

Because school uniforms are a popular fetish item, second-hand sailor outfits and other items of school wear are brokered through underground establishments known as burusera, although changes to Japanese law have made such practices difficult. The pop group Onyanko Club had a provocative song called "Don't Strip Off the Sailor Suit!".[7]

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