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Postby Alison Hanover » Wed May 08, 2013 3:29 pm

I urgently need a small or medium long sleeved white chef coat for my son to wear on Monday with white scrub pants to depict the traditional dress of a Venezuelan man!!!! I am probably going over to restaurant depot tomorrow but they only have short sleeves and the one long sleeved one they have is over $24. Too much to spend for a one off project. Can anyone give or loan me one?
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Re: HELP

Postby Deb Hall » Wed May 08, 2013 6:29 pm

Allison,

I have a woman's size Medium he could borrow- you don't have to tell him :wink: . It's logo'd if that matters. I'm far east end- pretty far from you though.

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Re: HELP

Postby RonnieD » Wed May 08, 2013 11:57 pm

the traditional dress for men in Venezuela is a chef coat? Sweet.
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Re: HELP

Postby Dan Thomas » Thu May 09, 2013 6:40 am

You can try Dine Co. or Shaheen's. I think they have some cheap ones for around $15.
Too bad you didn't ask sooner as a lot of the internet companies selling chef apparel, ALWAYS have great deals on the small sizes. some as little as $10.

http://www.chefuniformblowout.com/Three ... 410-40.htm

http://www.chefwear.com/store/item.asp? ... NT_ID=149&

http://www.chefuniforms.com/chef-coats/ ... s/0280.asp
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Re: HELP

Postby Alison Hanover » Thu May 09, 2013 7:42 am

RonnieD wrote:the traditional dress for men in Venezuela is a chef coat? Sweet.

Not exactly, but that is what it kinda looks like, it is a collarless white jacket and white trousers, I have decided just to get him a white shirt from goodwill and cut the collar off, can't see spending money for a 5 minute thing. have to buy him white scrub pants though.
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Re: HELP

Postby Dan Thomas » Thu May 09, 2013 8:52 am

You're more than welcome to this cook shirt at no cost with no collar that might work in a pinch.
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My work place is right by Restaurant Depot. If your coming into town I'll meet you over there as long as it's before 2:00 pm
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Re: HELP

Postby Alison Hanover » Thu May 09, 2013 3:45 pm

Thanks Dan and Deb, in the end I just bought him a white shirt from Walmart, going to turn the collar in, so he can wear it again and a pair of scrub pants, which hopefully, I will be able to take back as they are far too small for me!
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