Below are a range uniforms designed for corporate clients ranging from small companies to large corporates.
A number of different fabrics were chosen to outfit the team at LJ Hooker New Farm an Coorparoo. Options included a white herringbone, a red and white micro check and a grey herringbone, each shirt with a contrasting fabric as the trim.View Case Study
A combination of grey shirts and blue and white shirts with complimeneting stripe contrast in the grey shirts.View Case Study
Mackays Bananas opted for a complete look for their female staff consisting of sleeveless blouses, collared shirts, skirts, trousers and dresses.View Case Study
Mackays Group chose a smart casual look for their team, comprising of blue and white check shirts, dark blue polos, as well as sand coloured and dark blue trousers.View Case Study
Meat at Billy’s is a boutique butcher in Brisbane that was looking to create a stand out branded uniform for their team. As a boutique butcher having the team well dressed was imperative. And wanting to create a point of difference was important to their overall look.View Case Study
Metro Mining decided on several fabrics to outfit their team. The choices were designed to compliment eachother by using a black twill, a white herringbone and a grey sateen. All with contrasting collars and cuffs.View Case Study
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