<== Site Review (2008-04-17) ==>
During World War II, American women aided the war effort by by donning coveralls and working in factories and fields. These heroes of the day were often symbolized by the character Rosie the Riveter.
Recenty Sharon Moore was working on a welding project. Unable to find a good pair of women's coveralls, Ms. Moore decided to design her own clothes. Noting similarities between her coveralls and the garb of Rosie the Riveter, she named the line of clothes Rosies Coveralls.
These quality coveralls have become the mainstay for women desiring quality work wear. Coveralls can really make a big difference when you on outdoor work including gardening, car maintenance and other cold, dirty tasks that must be done.