Sharon Moore, founder of Rosies Workwear, at her office in San Luis Obispo, Calif., Oct 17, 2016. As more women enter careers once dominated by men, entrepreneurs are seeing an opportunity to create rugged, quality clothing suitable for manual labor and designed for women. “Some women tell us, ‘I really want the pink or the green because I’m so tired of always looking like the guys,’” said Moore of the colors and floral patterns her company offers.
Sharon Moore, founder of Rosies Workwear, at her office in San Luis Obispo, Calif., Oct 17, 2016. As more women enter careers once dominated by men, entrepreneurs are seeing an opportunity to create rugged, quality clothing suitable for manual labor and designed for women. “Some women tell us, ‘I really want the pink or the green because I’m so tired of always looking like the guys,’” said Moore of the colors and floral patterns her company offers. JESSICA CHOU NYT
Sharon Moore, founder of Rosies Workwear, at her office in San Luis Obispo, Calif., Oct 17, 2016. As more women enter careers once dominated by men, entrepreneurs are seeing an opportunity to create rugged, quality clothing suitable for manual labor and designed for women. “Some women tell us, ‘I really want the pink or the green because I’m so tired of always looking like the guys,’” said Moore of the colors and floral patterns her company offers. JESSICA CHOU NYT

Rugged clothes for women who labor

October 22, 2016 05:38 PM

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