Parents and pupils are being asked to give their views on the cost of school uniforms by the Welsh Government.
As part of the consultation, governing bodies would be expected to consider ways of keeping down the costs of school uniform.
The consultation is seeking views on guidance that would see a more consistent approach when school governing bodies set school uniform and appearance policy.
It could also mean that items could be bought from multiple retail chains at reasonable prices and not just from one supplier.
Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams, says that making school uniform more affordable, available, gender-neutral and, in extreme weather conditions, flexible are the four key aims of the consultation.
Schools would also be encouraged to consider whether school logos are strictly necessary.
Governing bodies will also be asked to consider whether there is a need for different uniforms for summer and winter.
The consultation form can be completed here.