Woven stripe adds style


Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A stylish woven stripe has been introduced into Alexandra¹s range of healthcare dresses and tunics, appearing for the first time in its January 2001 catalogue. Alexandra¹s new woven stripe appears in two families of garments. The first features a zip front dress and tunic, both designed with an adaptable Peter Pan collar. Both the dress and tunic are available in blue, aqua, lilac, navy and pale grey stripes which co-ordinate with an extended range of plain colours to ensure that all staff can be fitted with a uniform to suit their individual needs. A square collar features on the second family, which sees a co-ordinating range of twelve plain colours and five new stripes. With stud front fastening, the dress and tunic both feature an inverted centre back pleat for comfort and ease of movement. # Full details of the Alexandra healthcare range are available in the 2001 catalogue, a copy of which can be ordered by calling 01454 416600.





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