Noel Asmar Uniforms Launches New Resort Collection

The new Resort collection from Noel Asmar Uniforms // Photos courtesy of Noel Asmar Uniforms

When creating a luxury spa experience, it’s the little details that tend to stand out the most. This includes the appearance of your staff. It's important that your staff's uniforms reflect the feel of your spa, and even more importantly, that your employees are comfortable wearing them. Launching the new Resort Collection, Noel Asmar Uniforms has debuted its latest line, which reflects a natural color palette made up of washed grey, sand, and Moroccan blue. The new collection was designed for spa professionals who want practical, yet comfortable uniforms. 

The Resort Collection’s fabric took more than a year to develop, as it mimics the look and feel of linen. It features a small amount of spandex weaved into the material, which allows the fabric to drape comfortably to the wearer while still clinging enough to create form. The collection offers numerous options, including tailored tunics for both men and women, matching pants, and cropped pants, designed to reflect the feel of comfortable resort wear. The fabric is machine washable or industrial-wash safe, and several fabrics and colors from older collections match the 2019 line, so spa professionals can pair old and new designs.

New pieces will be added to the collection throughout the year. With 16 years of experience, Noel Asmar Uniforms is focused on taking the aesthetic of the spa and embodying it into a functional and fashionable wardrobe.

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