This season, you can’t go wrong with our versatile Imogen Jersey Shirt. It will see you through all occasions being elegant and sophisticated enough to dress up but also casual enough that it looks great with jeans.

 

There is more than meets the eye with this beautiful shirt though. Not only does it look and feel great, it is also easier to dress too. We talk you through what makes the Imogen Shirt so special:

 

Imogen Velcro Fasten Shirt - Key Features

 

1.) No fiddly fastenings – buttons are for display only. We use a premium quality Velcro that requires only a touch to close making it ideal for anyone who finds buttons difficult.

 

2.) Rolled sleeves – with Velcro fastening tabs at the sleeves, there is the option to wear the shirt long sleeved or three-quarter sleeved allowing you to get more wear from it.

 

3.) Quality fabric – made in Portugal, known for it’s high standards in jersey. With a natural silky viscose mix, the shirt has a beautiful drape and a super soft luxurious finish feeling lovely against the skin. You won’t want to take it off! It is quick drying and washes at 40 degrees making it easier to care for. Cool iron if required.

 

4.) Flattering fit – with a raised waistline and pleat detailing, this is an extremely complimenting, feminine style. A line in shape, the shirt falls comfortably hiding any lumps and bumps discretely! It also sits very neatly on your lap when seated.

 

5.) Colour coordinate armholes – make them easier to see and aim arm into especially for anyone with cognitive difficulties. Lime is for left and red for right to help prevent dressing back to front.

 

6.) VAT exemption – is applicable to anyone with a long term on chronic illness buying this style. Find out more on our VAT exemption pages here…

 

Now available in a choice of six colours, you can’t go wrong. The only difficulty is deciding which one!

See all our shirts and blouses available here.

Imogen Jersey Shirts

May 11, 2017 by The Able Label Team

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