Embroidered or printed logos can help promote your business identity
It goes without saying if you have a large team they need to look their best. Whether it’s a completely coordinated top to toe uniform or a more relaxed feel with just one simple matching garment it will help your clientele connect with your brand.
Your uniform has to be picked with several things in mind.
Appearance, functionality, durability and of course price all have to be taken into consideration and balancing these can be tricky.
But whatever garments you choose they should all have one thing in common; your branding.
Your branding is important. It helps your customers identify your staff while also subconsciously instilling confidence in your trademark. And it can be as bold or subtle as you please.
Embroidery is by far the most popular and the most durable. Single to full colour logos can be applied to any number of fabrics, materials and garments. Using the most modern technology Kylemark produce hundreds of thousands of embroidered garments per year for companies up and down the country and beyond.
Make it subtle.
If a more understated approach is require tax tabs may be the way to go. These can be sewn in to pockets, waistbands and sleeves; practically anywhere. These small labels can be blended in to make them less conspicuous or alternatively in a contrasting colour to stand out.
The other advantage of this it to make the uniform tax exempt helping keep costs down.
Compliment your surroundings.
Branding is one thing but if it’s applied to a miss matched uncoordinated uniform it really detracts from the whole look. Time should be taken to create a look that fits your needs.
Restaurants, hotels and bars may want something that fits an atmosphere they’re trying to create. Where as offices, factories and logistics companies may well be more concerned that their corporate identity being to the fore.
Which ever you need there are so many options available to choose from.
Don’t ignore comfort.
Look is one thing but something that shouldn’t be forgot is how the uniform feels to wear. Your staff will be wearing it all day and there’s nothing worse than feeling uncomfortable on a long shift.
You need to think about the environment they’ll be working in and pick accordingly. Having different options in the same uniform theme lets the wear decide what they feel more comfortable in.
How deep are the pockets.
Of course, price is always a factor. With over two decades of experience in the uniform trade Kylemark can help steer you in the right direction.
Our customisation service is a very effective way of getting a bespoke look at a much lower price. Off the shelf garments such as aprons and shirts can be modified to give a unique look. Always a plus for any business.
So, why not give us a call on 0800 756 0837 to have a chat or just drop us an email.