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10 Corporate Uniform guidelines to ensure your investment pays off

10 Corporate Uniform guidelines to ensure your investment pays off

Tuesday 15th August 2017    

Corporate uniforms are an important element to any office environment. They maintain order, communicate a brand's values and unite employees.

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Three Simple Tips to Avoid the Pitfalls of Sloppy Winter Uniforms

Three Simple Tips to Avoid the Pitfalls of Sloppy Winter Uniforms

Winter uniform apparel can be a dilemma. Often corporate uniforms include a shirt or blouse and either trousers or a skirt. They look great in summer months - nicely tailored and put together. Then, winter descends and it is too cold to just wear these light layers. Staff members begin to add layers of their own, that do not form part of the uniform, just to keep warm. Sloppy jumpers and non-matching scarves do not look good and can take away from what the uniform was designed to look like. Having a well-constructed dress code or quality uniform options in place for the winter months can provide the solution to these winter blues.

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7 Clever Ways to Customise Corporate Shirts

7 Clever Ways to Customise Corporate Shirts

Monday 24th July 2017     Corporate Shirts, Uniform Shirts, Business Shirts

There are countless ways to customise workwear. A staple in the corporate world is the collared-business shirt. They don't have to be boring - they can speak to the brand and aesthetics of a business. Here are our top eight simple ways to customise a shirt.

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Corporate Wear: Get the Most out of Your Brand.

Corporate Wear: Get the Most out of Your Brand.

Business or workwear can have a profound impact on the identity of your brand. It can increase public recognition, encourage professionalism within your team and benefit existing marketing strategies.

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5 Reasons Custom Uniforms Dominate Catalogue Products

5 Reasons Custom Uniforms Dominate Catalogue Products

Most uniform suppliers provide you with a standard catalogue to choose from. Not Shirt Studio Corporate. Wy? Well, here's five reasons why custom uniforms always trump a catalogue product.

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FIVE Warning Signs You Need a Company Uniform Policy

FIVE Warning Signs You Need a Company Uniform Policy

Success in any workplace is largely dependent on image; whether it be a product display in a shop window, the fine detail of a website, or even the colour scheme used in a logo. So why do so some companies turn a blind eye when it comes to the presentation of their employees? Something as minor as an inconsistent uniform amongst staff can be enough to tarnish the reputation of a brand.

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5 Reasons Corporate Uniforms Lose their Shine and Enthusiasm

5 Reasons Corporate Uniforms Lose their Shine and Enthusiasm

Let's face it, most of us love new things. It's always exciting when you bring home a new wardrobe. Getting dressed each day is fun for weeks. Eventually though it all loses its shine and what once seemed so new and exciting has become a bit dull and boring. Sound familiar? Corporate uniforms are no different, in fact, there is more risk of it becoming stale and losing its shine as the options can be quite limited. When a company invests in a uniform for its team often significant time and money has gone into the project, and keeping things fresh and interesting is the key to maintaining its longevity.

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A Uniform Policy - The How and The Why

A Uniform Policy - The How and The Why

A uniform policy will ensure your investment in time and money has not gone to waste. We see many companies put so much energy into creating their team uniform, and placing their first round of orders only to see it slowly fall by the wayside. A uniform policy is the only way to ensure long term success. For some companies their policy is very strict and for others there are elements of it that are strict and the rest a bit more relaxed. Whatever your approach, be sure to have it documented and distributed internally. And if a uniform is not for your business, consider writing a 'dress' code policy. That will ensure staff are dressing appropriately for your industry.

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