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  • MADE IN EUROPE
  • BSCI CERTIFIED

Waistcoat Women Black

Waistcoat
Article number
601
Available sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
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There is a good reason why this waistcoat is a classic. The design is timeless and looks sophisticated and responsible. Our waistcoat is beautifully tailored and finished with stunning buttons and two pockets.
  • Button fastening
  • Article with button fastening

Your service staff represents your restaurant, which means their work wear should be proper and decent. This is where our Serve Elegance collection comes in. The blouses and work pants of Serve Elegance have a professional look: they’ll definitely leave an impression on your guests!

 

100% Polyester/Poliéster/Poliestere
53 gr/m2
  • The triangle is an indication for a bleaching process. A white triangle means any bleaching agent allowed.
  • The circle gives information on the possibility of professional dry or wet cleaning. The letters within the circle specify the solvents that can be used. The P is used for Professional dry cleaning in tetrachloroethene.
  • This symbol specifies information on the possibility of domestic drying. The circle inside the square specifies the drying in a domestic tumble dryer. The dots within the circle in the square specify the temperature setting during drying. 1 dot: low temperature of 60 °C, 2 dots: normal temperature exhaust temperature max. 80 °C.
  • This symbol gives information about the possibility and the kind of a domestic washing process by machine or by hand. The ciphers in the washing tub specify the maximum temperature in C, which must not be exceeded.
  • This symbol specifies ironing or pressing. The dots within it give the maximum ironing or pressing temperatures. 1 dot: Maximum temperature of 110 °C. Steam iron may cause irreversible damage. 2 dots: Maximum temperature of 150 °C. 3 dots: Maximum temperature of 200 °C.
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