Let us introduce ourselves to our new followers:
We are SafetyGirl and our main mission is to provide working women of all professions with comfortable and durable work apparel & accessories. We only stock items that will last and are worth the price. With that said, we ALSO only stock items that are easy on your wallet. We know your money is hard earned so we want you to get the biggest bang for your buck. Products are field tested and reviewed honestly by our customers. We use these reviews to add more product or remove product if our customers are not loving it. We stock items from the hottest sellers such as Carhartt and Dickies. We even developed our own brand to fill in the gaps of what we were missing on the site.
We don’t just sell work apparel. We have clothing & accessories for lifestyle also. You can find workout clothes and shoes as well as comfy clothes for those days off that we love so much.
SafetyGirl is hot on social media also. A new blog goes out every Wednesday on topics such as product information, working women news and DIY projects. Additionaly, we get information about sales and specials to you via our Facebook page. So make sure you like @TheSafetyGirl for news updates and promotions.
Behind the scenes: Our warehouse is located in New Stanton, PA where we store over 40,000 products from our eight total websites. You can view the other sites we manage here.
If you ever have any questions or concerns, there are multiple ways to get in touch. You can comment or message us on Facebook, comment on a blog, call toll free at 1-877-734-2458 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We usually answer within one business day on social media or 48 hours via customer service.
Thank you to our customers for making SafetyGirl so successful!
The NAWIC, or National Association of Women in Construction began in 1955 to recognize those hard working ladies. With over 4,000 women in the organization, OSHA was bound to start focusing on the women in this career path.
If you were not aware, as of 2013, OSHA has an alliance with the NAWIC. They continue to work on this alliance to make the working conditions for women the best that they can be. This OSHA alliance had a five year pact to look at all different areas of work that women construction workers are exposed to including supplies, tools, sanitation and much more. They have now renewed this pact to further look into these working conditions.
They say they want women to be more involved in the rule making process and helping inform others of these rules. They want more women in the meeting rooms and to give input on their own working conditions and how they can be improved.
This is pretty cool and a step up to women equality. We have so many women working in construction and we need safety precautions too. Thank you OSHA for recognizing the NAWIC!
Now, we are by no means a workout website or store but we are all for helping out the working women. If you’re anything like me you have a hard time getting motivated to get to the gym and exercise. Working a 40 hour week, all I want my weekends to be is relaxation because that is what my body is telling me I need. However, many studies show that working workouts into your schedule (even 30 minutes 3X per week) can make you healthier, happier and boost your motivation. That sounds wonderful to me. So what does it take to get to motivated TO GET motivated?! Well I have an idea. Let’s up that workout apparel in your closet. Below are listed some cute, stylish & extremely durable clothes that fit great for any workout whether you want to try kickboxing, yoga or even just walking in your neighborhood.
First things first. You absolutely NEED a great pair of shoes. If your feet hurt so does the rest of your body. Our number one pick is the Puma safety Celerity Shoes. We have read review after review about how great these shoes are. They are comfortable and breathable…two things you NEED in an athletic shoe.
Next, you need a comfy top that moves where you move. You can choose a tank top, a short sleeve shirt, a long sleeve shirt or a light jacket depending on what activity you plan to do.
Now that you have some cute shoes & clothing in your closet, you are more likely to get motivated. Keep us updated on your success!
Our most popular items are flying off the shelf recently. Therefore, we picked an item from each category to make the perfect outfit for winter based on your reviews and what is most purchased on our site!
Carhartt & Dickies is and probably will always be our best selling clothing for working women. We just trust that they provide us with the most comfortable, durable clothing and they never fail to serve. The style aspect is top notch is just a bonus!
The Jacket: Carhartt Women’s Weathered Duck Wesley Coat
This durable, heavyweight coat is great for cold winter months because it is quilt lined to hold heat in. The collar is sherpa lined almost acting as a scarf! There are two huge lower pockets for your phone, keys or anything you want to store in close reach and two smaller chest pockets.
The Top: Dickies Women’s Long Sleeve Stretch Thermal
Enjoy this super comfy flannel top under the Carhartt jacket above. It is made of 200 gsm. thermal knit (58% Cotton/39% Polyester/3% Spandex) and has a special tailored fit for a woman’s body. There is a drop tail for added coverage in the back and rib trim at the neck to decrease stretching. It is currently available in 9 colors!
The Pants: Dickies Women’s Slim Fit Straight Leg Denim Jeans
If you’re looking for an everyday comfy, stretchy and custom fit jeans, stop here! These jeans are mid-rise (so no sagging) and make a flattering appearance on any body shape. Seriously…best.jeans.ever. They work magic and are comfortable for all day wear at work or play.
The Warm Winter Hat: Carhartt Women’s Acrylic Watch Hat
You cannot go wrong with this cap. Men, women and kids love these. They are a universal fit cap and the women’s special colors are so cute!
Running out of ideas for Christmas presents or running on a budget? This cute DIY mittens idea is perfect for any girl on your list. All you need is a sweater you no longer wear and some sewing skills!
What you need:
- Needle & Thread
What to do:
- First, place your hand on top of two pieces of computer paper how it would go into a mitten. (four fingers laying together and thumb slightly out to the side)
- Second, trace your hand generously, leaving about a half inch extra space.
- Third, cut out your tracing (this should give you two cut outs of your mitten from the two pieces of paper)
- Fourth, lay the sweater out flat and place the tracings on the sweater side by side and cut out (you should get four cut outs, two from the front of the sweater and two from the back)
- Fifth, sew two pieces together along the edges, leaving the bottom open for the hand to enter
- Sixth, flip inside out so the pen marks and stitching are not showing!
- Seventh (optional) add a layer of fur trim around the wrists!