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5 tips to make a perfect fitting uniform shirt

5 tips to make a perfect fitting uniform shirt

Really how hard could it be to get a shirt to fit well? Seems simple enough right! Well it is, but so many get it wrong. Ill-fitting uniform shirts are everywhere - sleeve length too shirt, shirts are baggy, too tight at the chest, collar doesn't do up. These minor hiccups can take away from the main objective of a uniform shirt. Don't let this happen to your staff's uniform shirts. Read our 5 tips to ensure your uniform shirt fits your team members perfectly.

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9 things to consider when putting together your company dress code

9 things to consider when putting together your company dress code

Is this your scenario? You don't have a company uniform in place, and you're not planning to introduce one. The challenge you face is that you have staff of all ages and backgrounds within the organisation. Often staff are not dressed appropriately and addressing what is considered 'appropriate' work attire is a sensitive topic.

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8 Ways to use colour in your uniforms

8 Ways to use colour in your uniforms

Incorporating all your corporate colours in your team's uniform may not always be the most appropriate fashion decision you've ever made. For example if your corporate colours are yellow and brown it may not be the most suitable colour combination. Not all corporate colours need to be present in a uniform. There are so many great ways to incorporate your company colours to create an effective, fashionable uniform, without making it the central focus of the uniform. We explore eight ways to add colour!

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How to create a stylish corporate uniform on a tight budget – Top 5 Tips

How to create a stylish corporate uniform on a tight budget – Top 5 Tips

Creating a uniform for your team to represent your brand can be a costly exercise. By the time you add in shirts, bottoms, accessories and possibly jackets the cost per person can blow the budget. The great news is that a new uniform can be done very well with a limited budget. Here are our top tips to creating your next team uniform with a limited budget.

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Who Pays for Your Work Uniforms?  7 Options Companies are using

Who Pays for Your Work Uniforms? 7 Options Companies are using

Uniforms have become a necessity for many industries and business owners and company leaders are understanding the value of team branding and the importance of creating a unified look. Our experience has also shown that staff members are becoming more welcoming of the concept too as it simplifies life for them. The biggest topic of discussion is always in relation to costing and who covers the cost - the staff member or the company? Here are 7 options we've seen work well for companies and staff.

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7 simple ways to make uniforms fashionable

7 simple ways to make uniforms fashionable

We hear it all the time. "Uniforms are so daggy," "uniforms are not flattering", "the quality is terrible". Comments like this cause a lot of discontent and make the process very difficult for the manager in charge of implementing the company uniform. To be honest these comments are valid. There are so many uniforms products out there that simply are not fashionable or flattering. They are made from uncomfortable fabrics and often poor quality.

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How to use “The Rule of Three’ to create a winning corporate uniform

How to use “The Rule of Three’ to create a winning corporate uniform

There are so many elements and layers to building a winning corporate uniform. It is often the most complicated process for HR and Marketing managers to undergo. With so many options, opinions, colours, styles and varying budgets it's no wonder the process is overwhelming.

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7 Ways to Tackle Personal Branding in the Finance Industry- Making a great first impression

7 Ways to Tackle Personal Branding in the Finance Industry- Making a great first impression

The finance industry has always been highly regarded and recognised as a serious profession. The dress code has, and still does involve corporate apparel - usually a suit, or at a minimum a tailored trouser, a shirt and tie. Business fashion today is not what it was a decade ago. Back in the days a plain dark suit, a crisp white shirt, and navy tie was 'the business'. The irony is that in today's business fashion world there are no rules, and yet there are so many rules.

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