Mark's work wearhouse, a Canadian clothing company that carries both men and women clothing and accessories from a variety of exclusive brands. Here is a review of two Denver Hayes products from the Mark's work wearhouse spring collection.
This perfectly pressed 3/4 sleeve fitted dress shirt is very classy. It can be worn for any occasion from business meetings to everyday casual wear. The fabric used for the shirt is breathable cotton that doesn't sweat. The olefin based stretch fiber retains the shirt's shape and recovers after wear. It is wrinkle free therefore no need to iron. It is an easy care shirt that can be machine washed and dried; the shirt stays crisp even after many washes. The neatly stitched feminine shirt has no puckering seams and as a tailored fit.
The sleeves can be either folded or kept down. There is lovely detailed design on the fabric when looked closer. It is available in sizes S-2XL and comes in black, white, lake blue and rosebud pink.
This Hyper-driHD1 is a beautiful, soft, comfortable trench coat. It would be perfect for this unpredictable spring weather. The coat comes in black, sage green, sesame brown and hollyhock pink which is available from S-2XL. It is a water repellent breathable jacket. The length of this trench coat is up to mid-thigh. I like the big buttons they have used on the coat; the buttons aren't visible because of the flap which also gives extra cover during windy days. There is detailed stitching in many areas of the coat. The lining cloth for the inside of the coat is soft and beautiful. There are two pockets outside and one inside which is very handy. This is a fabulous trench coat, which goes well with a variety of scarves.
I love the choice of colours and designs that are available at Mark's work wearhouse, which we can buy online or from the store. The quality of the clothing is worth investing on. It will also be enjoyed as gifts i.e. with mother's day coming soon :) do check it out.
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