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Focus on Womenswear


PREMIER WORKWEAR Get shirty this season


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adies are you ready to get shirty this season? Itʼs all about the collars and cuffs at Premier this year with the introduction of four new shirts for your working wardrobe. You can rock a different look every day of the week with these key styles. Here are some


style tips to offer your customers: ● Gingham patterns are all over the high street at the moment. Premier has introduced a ladies long and short sleeve Microcheck Gingham Shirt. Made from 100% cotton for maximum comfort and freshness throughout the working day, tuck into a pencil skirt and style with a matching


Chiffon Scarf for a strong, yet feminine look. ● Premierʼs denim number comes in indigo and black with the usual style features that you would expect from a vintage inspired piece. Contrast jeans stitching features across the button holes and breast pockets and metal buttons add to the retro appeal. Wear open collared for a relaxed approach and tucked out to show the


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From sportswear to casual classics


curved hem-line. ● Roll back in style with Premierʼs Roll Sleeve Cross Dye Poplin Shirt. Designed with a button fastening on the upper arm to hold your rolled sleeve neatly in place for really cool and casual look, this style come in grey and indigo. Two contrast coloured yarns are woven to create a textured cross-dye appearance. Style with a crew neck T shirt and leave


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un-tucked, again to show off the curved hem-line. ● When it comes to Dress Down Friday, Premier offers a smart-casual solution with its fitted Friday Shirt. This style features a contrast tape on the inner neckband with a soft collar to be worn open. Wear tucked over jeans and enjoy a smooth transition into your weekend.


www.premierworkwear.com COMFY CO. Cosy, comfy must-haves S


tay on trend with Comfy Co.ʼs new Gals Sleepy Ts. The Gals Sleepy T (CC045) is lightweight with a soft V-neckline, curved hem and relaxed fit for optimum comfort as you sleep. It features set in sleeves and twin needle stitching with a self-fabric taped back neck for added comfort. The (CC045) is available in heather grey, pink marl and white in sizes XS to XL.


Another cosy must have is the Gals Oversized Sleepy T (CC046). It is the ultimate, stylish lazy day essential and a great addition to your nightwear wardrobe. It features a chic dropped shoulder, dipped back hem with side vents and made from


a lightweight fabric which adds to the comfort of this style. It is available is three colours white, black and heather grey in sizes XS to XL. All styles have easy tear out labels which make them the perfect pieces for rebranding.


www.comfyco.eu www.printwearandpromotion.co.uk SK600 CC045 P


enCarrie offers a great selection of womenswear, from sportswear to casual classics, thereʼs something for everyone.


New this year from Just Hoods by


AWDis is the Girlie Fashion Sweatshirt (JH036), a fashionable alternative to the classic AWDis sweatshirts. Featuring a ladies fit, drop shoulder style and soft cotton faced fabric, this sweatshirt is available in five colours; including burgundy, charcoal and jet black. The SF Ladies Skinni Jeans (SK600) are a must-have for the retail and casual hospitality industries. Their skinny, modern fit is ultra-flattering and they come pre-washed for a softer feel. Pair easily with the SF Ladies Feel Good Stretch Roll Neck T-Shirt (SK125) which is new for 2017. Made from a jersey stretch fabric for a modern fit, this T shirt is supersoft, with a longer length and tear out label for easy rebranding.


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