The School Suit and Blouse (also known as Addy's School Suit and Blouse) was introduced to Addy's Collection in 1993 and was retired in 2006. The outfit is associated with the story Addy Learns a Lesson. Retail cost was $20 and was later increased to $22.
White high necked long-sleeve Garibaldi blouse. Puffy dropped-shoulder sleeves. Decorative white scalloped lace on sleeve cuffs and collar. Four decorative tucks at front center bodice. White ribbon loop-edge bow at collar. Velcros up the back and at wrists.
Blue wool calf length skirt with simulated "medici belt" waistband. Paisley and black lining at waist band. Multiple waist pleats. Black flat braid trim at waistband, looped at point, and bottom hem. Velcros up the back waist.
Cropped short sleeved blue wool Zouave jacket with curved fronts. Black flat trim on front and cuffs, looped over cuff point. Floral lining on bodice and paisley and black lining on sleeves.
The sleeves of the blouse are intended to peek out significantly past the cuffs of the jacket sleeves.
Small bronze medal. Functional pin. Rectangular carved pin with hanging round medallion. Medallion has the text Millions for Freedom, not one cent for slavery and 1863 on front with two vine trims.
The matching outfit was available as the School Suit; it was phased out around 2000.
- Blouse: $30
- Suit: $78 (later increased to $80)
A satin bow came with the suit and pinned separately to the neck.
- The different lining prints are to relate to the details in Addy Learns a Lesson, where Momma used different lining prints to line the jacket in the outfit she made.
- The statement on the pin is a real quote from both 1860 campaigns and stated by U.S. Congressman Martin F. Conway on December 5, 1861, and was a running slogan of the Republican Party at the time through the Civil War.
- The outfit (sans jacket) was shown under Addy's Winter Coat until its retirement, when it was replaced with Addy's Tartan Plaid Dress.