Are you tired of feeling like just another cog in the machine at work? Stand out and express your unique personality through customising your work wear. From adding a pop of colour to personalising your uniform, this guide will show you how to elevate your everyday work attire and make a statement without compromising professionalism. Get ready to put your own spin on traditional workwear and step into work in style.
Choosing the best fabric for you
The fabric of your outfit is one of the most essential elements in customizing your workwear. Depending on what industry you work in, whether it’s construction, office or hospitality you may want to consider materials such as cotton, wool, polyester, reflective and water/windproof. When you’re working for long hours, comfort is a significant factor for workwear as some of the products we offer not only offer comfort but durability.
Colours, colours, colours
Don’t forget about colours either! Neutral colours like khaki, navy blue and grey tend to be more professional, while bright colours can bring a pop of personality without being too loud. When customising your workwear, it’s important to understand that the logo we are embroidering onto the garment will need to contrast to make it visible. Here is some great information to help you with your artwork.
Once you have selected the fabric for your outfit, it’s time to pick out design details that will make it truly unique. With brands such as Gildan, you are able to pick from a huge selection of colours. This will help you match your company’s branding.
Sizing & fit of your workwear
When shopping for ready-made garments, take note of sizing charts available online so you do not end up feeling uncomfortable during the day due to incorrect fit. Additionally, if you have a large workforce, we can offer a sizing service where we can come out to your business and size up your staff. This will ensure the finished product fits perfectly and looks sharp from day one!
Clean & Care Instructions
When deciding what method of branding you are interested in, consider that embroidery is a lot more durable than print. If your industry requires a lot of hard work and movement this may be the best choice.
If you are considering screen printing your designs make sure to keep your custom outfits looking pristine over time, always follow the recommended care instructions provided by GoCustom and the manufacturers. This ensures that all fabrics and prints used in your garment stay vibrant and well-maintained for many years down the road. By following these tips for customising your workwear wardrobe, you can create a look that expresses who you are while still adhering to professional standards at work!
Make your workwear more unique
Let’s say you run a catering business, when wearing aprons, you can get the individual names of your employees embroidered as well as your company’s logo. We also offer a range of services to make your life easier when supplying company workwear. Individual employee packing collates each employee’s workwear together and label them so it’s much easier for distribution upon arrival to your business. A full list of the services we offer can be found here.
How much workwear do I actually need?
The age-old question you’re always thinking about, how much workwear do I actually need? Whilst each employee and industries are different, we have a rough guide to help you decide on how much to get. If you’re still unsure, get in contact with us and we can use our expertise to help you.
Let’s talk about budget
If you’re a small business just starting out or a well-established business with a lot of employees, we can supply a great range of products to match your budget. Brands like Uneek are an incredibly versatile brand that offers cost-effective products that cater for a wide range of industries. A favourite for many businesses is the vast range of Regatta Professional products, a trusted brand that’s kind to your pocket.
Elevating your business with luxury brands like Nimbus will set you apart from your competition. Not only will you look the part but these garments are high quality and durable during your career at the business.
In summary, creating a unique look for your workwear wardrobe can be done easily with some customisations. Start by selecting the right fabric and colours that fit the style you are going for. Adding company logos and designs can add a stylish edge to your workwear. This also helps with brand recognition. Head over to our workwear section on our website to see the full range of workwear that can be customised.