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It makes sense that workwear keeps coming back to our wardrobes

Logos, sparkles, and flashy things come and go, but the understated ruggedness of workwear endures—just ask Dickies.

Workwear is one of those “trends” that just keeps on coming back—so much so that we think it has never really left the cultural zeitgeist. 

It just always gets the assignment, even if there have been periods in contemporary fashion where it went under the radar, displaced by the athleisure and logomania boom of the past decade. Workwear is functional (it always has pockets!), it finds ways to be comfortable (no matter how durable the pants, the wide legroom can be a godsend), and it probably survives in your closet for many years. 

That’s probably why for the Dickies Fall/Winter collection, the brand is reintroducing five of its most popular styles—874 Work Pant, Eisenhower Jacket, Work Shirt, Coverall and Bib Overall—into the local market. Since its relaunch in March this year, Dickies Philippines has been scouring its archives, bringing its almost 100-year workwear heritage and independent makers’ spirit to the Philippines.

Dickies Bib Overall in Hickory and Black, Php 6498

To date, the Bib Overall and the 874 WorkPant has been exclusively available on the Dickies Philippines website and in the brand’s Robinsons Manila Flagship Store.

The Bib Overall dates back as the first product ever sold by Dickies nearly 100 years ago in indigo and hickory stripe denim. 

Dickies 874 Work Pant in Military Green, Php 3698

Meanwhile, The 874 Work Pant evolved from the original Dickies 100 percent cotton work pant. Redeveloped in the 1960s to be practically indestructible with a mix of a 65/35 poly cotton blend, the 874’s durability has been tried and tested by workers and skaters alike for over 50 years.

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