ACTIVE humanitarians require comfort and professional looking clothing so that their attire does not get in the way of their humanitarian efforts. Therefore, I have designed clothing suitable for both male and female humanitarian workers that will not only give them ease but also make them look proficient.
I designed a button-through long-sleeve shirt that has a patch pocket with a bagged out flap on the right hand side. This resilient shirt is collared and is decorated with wings to symbolise hope, enlightment and protection. The trousers on the other hand is boot-cut which means it is slightly wider at the bottom so that they fit easily over boots. The mid-cut boots are light and waterproof.
I designed a long-sleeve shirt that has a small patch pocket stitched on the left upper arm of the shirt. The shirt is also made of resilient material and has a huge wing symbol at the centre. The boot-cut trousers has two cargo pockets as well as a patch pocket and the boots are low heel and laced up for easy wearing.
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