David Luke’s new junior day skort
Schoolwear supplier launches practical alternative to a standard skirt.
By Laura Turner
13 June 2016
has launched a new junior day skort. The garment has the styling and appearance of a skirt from the front, yet has neatly tailored shorts behind the skirt front panel, which are seamlessly linked. The result is a practical alternative for girls who prefer to have the look of a skirt, to feel comfortable and modest, while continuing to be as active as they want to be.
The fabric quality of the skort is the same soft and durable mix of polyester, elastane and viscose as the already popular girls’ skirts and trouser styles. Part of David Luke’s Eco-uniform
range, it uses polyester derived from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles
Sold by age, from 2-3 years up to 11-12 years, the skort is offered in grey from stock and is available to order at www.davidluketrade.com
from early July for current customers, including free next-day delivery.
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