With a wave of relief, Crew Clothing has re-opened in Wainwright’s Yard and it comes with a big thank you from the store to everyone who is helping to turn the tide that is Coronavirus.
Bringing a dose of much-needed sunshine to the Yard, it’s great to see the doors open once more on this coastal-inspired brand.
Formed and developed in the British coastal town of Salcombe over 20 years ago, they’ve been perfecting the off-duty wardrobe for men, women and now children, since 1993.
Its bestselling ranges continue to be their well-made, iconic rugby shirts, polo shirts and sweatshirts in colours that cheer and reassure. And now they’ve added children’s clothes, denim, outerwear and printed dresses to the collection.
With the safety of customers and staff their number one priority, the Kendal team have put in place payment screens, two-metre floor markers and complimentary hand sanitiser stations – made by Salcombe Gin and meeting WHO standards. They’re also repeatedly disinfecting regular touchpoints.
The store says please pay by card, bring your own reusable bag and, as the fitting rooms are closed for the time being, do try on at home and return anything that’s not to your liking.
Crew say they’re incredibly lucky to have such loyal customers and calls, emails and comments have meant the world to them. So why not pop in, say hello and check out the Kendal store.
Opening hours may change daily so check in with them regularly.