Press Coverage

Outside Magazine

Outside Magazine

“Workwear is for the industrial athlete,” says Sara Deluca, co-founder of women’s workwear brand Dovetail. “It’s for the person who works on a skyscraper, but it’s also for the person who is landscaping or in the natural sciences or doing DIY projects at home and then heading into the mountains.” Read the full article here


Rivet Magazine

Rivet Magazine

Rivet Magazine looks at how the "pink it and shrink it" approach to women's workwear design is finally being rejected by brands like Dovetail Workwear. Read the full article here.


Portland Business Journal

Portland Business Journal

"There's literally no other women's workwear line at the international level that is made by women for women." Read the full article by Matthew Kish here.


Gear Junkie

Gear Junkie

"Tradeswomen rejoice: For the first time, there’s a line of durable and stylish workwear made specifically for you. "If you’ve ever tried to find work clothes that stand up to the rigors of daily use while properly fitting the female form, then you know there haven’t been many options available. "But one women-owned brand based in Oregon is looking to change that. Previously operating under the name Moxie and Moss Workwear, the company announced a rebranding to Dovetail Workwear and plans for an extended line of women’s workwear." Read the full article here.


Ag Daily

Ag Daily

When women go to buy workwear, we are generally limited in our options. Too often, we often find cheap options that won’t last or we have to fall back on workwear built for men that won’t fit our bodies correctly… Read the rest