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DR5 Ladies Lab Coat
This beautiful garment is the prize of our collection. Its tailored and contouring design offers the modern woman a flattering and slimming look unmatched only by the comfort and confidence experienced when wearing it. 65/35 Polycotton. Find out more
The DR5 Ladies Lab Coat provides an elegant addition to our boutique collection. Like all Dr. James products, the DR5 was designed to create a synergy between fashion and function. Its feminine contouring and princess seam highlight a tailored look that is both flattering and refined which best suits a more tailored physique. The back of garment features double pleats for a more comfortable feel while the fabric is shaped to curve around your physique naturally. The fabric weight is 245gsm with a pre-shrunk 65% polyester and 35% cotton blend making it robust and durable for any lab, medical or industrial work environment. Its absorbent material offers the user limited protection against non-chemical spills and dust to clothing underneath. The coat length is above the knee area based on the average size for a women in the US of 5'4". The DR5 has 2 concealed pockets at the hips providing ample room for carrying all necessary elements. The garment closes over with concealed studs making it easier for quick closure and release. Suitable for wash of up to 60 degrees. Low shrinkage.
This beautiful garment is the prize of our collection. Its tailored and contouring design offers the modern woman a flattering and slimming look unmatched only by the comfort and confidence experienced when wearing it. 65/35 Polycotton.
The DR5 Ladies Lab Coat takes its inspiration from Professor Marie Curie, the first female professor at the University of Paris. Marie Curie was a pioneer in the field of radiation research and the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in two different categories. A towering scientific intellect, she lived through the Victorian era, when opportunities for women and opportunities for women academically were few and far between. Marie Curie was born, Maria Sklodowska in Warsaw, Poland on November 7, 1867, to a family of prominent educators. She was forced to study underground, as she wasn’t able to be accepted in the men-only University of Warsaw. Marie then had to leave the country in order to get her Ph.D degree; becoming the first woman to receive a Ph.D degree at a French university. Upon completing her master’s degree in physics in 1893, she earned herself another degree in mathematics the following year. It was at this time, she received commission to do a study on different types of steel and their magnetic properties. Curie needed a lab space, and she was introduced to French physicist Pierre Curie. A romance developed, and the pair got married on July 26, 1895. As dedicated scientists, they formed a dynamo duo. Marie and her husband began studying the radiation and the properties of uranium. In 1898, working with the mineral pitchblende, they discovered a new radioactive element. As well as detecting the presence of another previously unknown radioactive material, which they named radium. In 1902, the couple announced they had produced a decigram of pure radium, demonstrating its existence as a unique chemical element. The following year, Marie Curie made history becoming the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize in physics. She won the honor alongside her husband and Henri Becquerel, for their work on radioactivity. In 1906, Marie suffered the loss of her husband when he was hit by a horse-drawn wagon. Taking over his teaching post at Sorbonne, becoming the institution’s first female professor. In 1911, Curie made history again, receiving the Nobel Prize in chemistry for her discovery of radium and polonium, becoming the first scientist to win two Nobel Prizes. When WWI broke out, Curie devoted her time and resources to helping, championing the use of portable X-ray machines in the field. These medical vehicles earned the nickname “Little Curies.” Today, several educational, research institutions and medical centres bear the name Curie.
All Dr. James garments are manufactured with our hardwearing industrial grade LABTEX fabric. It's versatile structure make it suitable for almost all lab, medical and industrial work environments. It's absorbent material and soft but durable finish, offers the user limited protection against non-chemical spills and dust to clothing underneath. LABTEX fabric is available in both 65/35 polycotton and 100% cotton. Please select the correct composition suitable when shopping our boutique collection.
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We want all Dr James customers to be happy with their purchase. If however, you are not happy with the style or size, we encourage you to return the goods back to us for an exchange or refund. You have 30 days from date of purchase to complete the returns process. Follow the simple steps outlined below and once your order is received undamaged back to our warehouse, a refund or exchange will be issued as per our terms and conditions outlined.
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Package your item with the label and post back to us
Once received, we will refund your order (minus shipping and handling)
Dr James calue our customer experience. We hope that all our products are made with care and in a professional way. If our items become defective from normal wear, we will replace the garment free of charge under the Dr James Warranty. Examples of possible warranty claims could involve the garment studs, the garment seams, the garment studs, the garment cuffs. If you believe your Dr James product has not lived up its expectations, please email us on email@example.com with your claim and we will process it acoordingly.