Monthly Archives: February 2014

Fight Off The Winter Blues With Spring Styles

With the colder months slowly coming to an end, Chefwear offers the perfect way to fight offer the Winter blues by helping you choose new Spring styles so you are comfortable as the warmer months head our way. Whether you are looking to brighten your wardrobe or stock up on lightweight, short sleeve jacket and shirt options, Chefwear has exactly what you need to welcome in the sunshine.

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Men’s Short Sleeve Executive Jacket paired withPerformance Pants. To keep things light, choose from our wide selection of 100% cotton chef pants. If you are looking for modern patterns, search our Ultimate or Baggy Pants for one that fits your personality.

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The Five Star Lightweight Short Sleeve Chef Jacket is made with 100% cotton twill and offers the same high end look as any premier jacket but stands up to the rigors of the kitchen. We offer this same style of jacket in both our Four Star and Three Star coat styles.

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The Women’s Five Star Seersucker Chef Jacket is the perfect choice to let in a warm Spring breeze. The lightweight material and short sleeves will keep you cool as the snow melts and the temperatures rise. This jacket is also available in our men’s line.

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Our Lightweight Performance Shirt is designed especially for keeping you cool and dry as the warmer months approach. Made out of a polyester poplin with mesh underarms, this jacket will help you chase away the winter blues and embrace the sunshine.

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Our Ripstop Chef Shirt packs comfort and durability into one style. Made with a lightweight polyester ripstop, match this modern shirt with a pair of our Low Rise Boot Cut Chef Pants. For more lightweight shirt options, search our chef shirt department.

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Spring is in the air with our wide selection of pant patterns. As flowers and vegetables start to blossom, don’t be afraid to embrace the warm weather with our Ultimate Chef Pants in Veggies or Sunflower or, as shown above, Pomegranite in the Baggy Chef Pants.