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Designing Uniforms for the Office

Posted by Sharan Corbell on February 1, 2019
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Are you thinking about designing casual wear for your office that can be worn on casual attire days like a Friday or during an event that is held outdoors? Many companies prefer to have a dress code for their staff so that uniformity is maintained especially in situations where they are directly working outside of the office. But when you do design causal wear for your staff, there are quite a few areas that you should be thinking about so that this project can have the right outcome. Here are the areas that you should start thinking of if you are designing casual uniforms for your office staff.

How Can It Represent Your Brand?

Even though the uniform itself may be casual you still need to make sure that they represent the brand. For example something that looks aesthetically good and also professional would be corporate polo shirts. Likewise you need to think of how well the uniform that you are choosing can represent your brand. It could be that the uniform is made in the colours of the brand. It could be that the emblem of the company has been clearly stitched on to the uniform and the likes.

How Practical Is Your Uniform?

You also need to think about the practical value of the uniform. If it cannot help in the functionality of the work place, it is definitely not a good idea for a uniform. By functionality what you need to look at it how good the uniform is able to help your staff move around and get their work done without getting in the way. You should also pay attention to the type of fabric that is used to stitch the uniforms as they also need to be of the right type of fabric that will help employees depending upon the weather, it should help them stay cool during the summer and keep them warm during the winter time.

How Good Does It Look?

You also need to think about the final look of the uniform. It simply has to look good and professional if you want to create a good and positive impression with your clients. Make sure that while you are designing your uniform, you consider the colour combination and the style that you have chosen for it, speak to professionals in the field of uniform designing and ask them how you can create a look that is professional and pleasing to the eye while also maintaining that unique identity of your brand. This may look like a lot of work that is going in to create just a uniform but once this hard part is through you will have a really good looking work place where everybody feels equal and like they belong.

How Much Can You Spend?

You should also find options that will suit your budget that has been allocated for this purpose. Make sure that your business can afford this new expense and that you have all the budgets planned out. Do not overspend and spend out of your pocket.

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