LOVE them or hate them, school uniforms are a feature of many educational establishments.
Now, Moldgreen's Tolson Museum is holding a half-term family activity day inspired by the Kirklees Fashion 2004 project that looked at the fashions behind them.
The project resulted in the Loose Ties exhibition on show at the museum in Ravens- knowle Park.
It features photos and two uniforms chosen by young people who took part in the project.
And in two free craft sessions of the same name, being held on Thursday, youngsters will get the chance to design a cool uniform, stunning badges and funky ties.
They will be asked to design a top or jumper, a skirt or trousers and shoes using acetates, coloured paper and fabric pens.
They will also be able to make wild and wacky school ties - fat, thin or wiggly - and design and make school or family badges, traditionally or bizarrely shaped, using fabrics and collage materials.
Loose Ties, which will also feature a Latin expert to help with school or personal mottos, will be from 10.30am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 4pm.
The activities are not suitable for large groups and playschemes and children under eight must be accompanied by an adult.
The Loose Ties exhibition, which also looks at what young people in Kirklees wear to school and how they adapt uniforms to follow fashion, runs until Sunday February 27.
For details, phone 01484 223830.