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Teal and plum spring workwear from Simon Jersey

26 March 2009
Teal and plum spring workwear from Simon Jersey

Teal and plum are among the new season's colours from Simon Jersey. The colours span various garments, so a colour scheme can be used across an entire operation, from bar and waiting staff to receptionists.

A Ladies Asymmetrical Tunic with stand collar, asymmetrical button fastening, cap sleeve, action back and side split is available in both teal and plum and is particularly suited to spas.

Other plum items include a Unisex Short Sleeve Shirt with semi-cutaway collar and semi-fitted styling, a Unisex Poloshirt, and a Popper Strap Apron with adjustable neck strap, tea towel loop and large patch pocket.

Several blouse styles in teal include a Herringbone Blouse with open collar, long sleeve, double cuff and puff sleeve and a Multi-Stripe Concealed Front Short Sleeve Blouse with concealed front button fastening and shaped hem.

Kitchen staff can also be dressed to complement front-of house uniforms with both short- and long-sleeved Chefs' Teal Jackets and Drawstring Trousers and Aprons in a teal flying saucer print.

To buy it, callSimon Jersey
0844 499 4414

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