For a lot of us, the term “uniform” brings to mind football jerseys, medical scrubs, military attire or that blue dress that Alice from The Brady Bunch wore every.single.day. [Haha!]
Seriously, uniforms can be more formal or they can be casual wear. The idea is simply that you and your team are on brand and look, well, uniform.
Uniforms are unique and specific to each business. You might be a solopreneur who wants a branded T-shirt to wear at your craft fair booth. Or you have a fleet of landscapers who need branded shirts and jackets to wear on the job.
Uniforms can range from a simple polo shirt to a complete outfit. It depends on your industry and the culture of your business.
The goal, though, is to create a branded and polished look that allows your team to stand out. Case in point: have you ever worn a red shirt to Target and been asked which aisle houses the washcloths? Target team members are easy to spot in their branded red shirts.
Uniforms convey a sense of professionalism and competence. This can be particularly important for businesses that work directly with customers at their homes. When customers see a uniformed team member at their door (even if that uniform is a simple branded T-shirt), they know this business is legitimate and they feel more comfortable opening the door to HVAC technicians, plumbers, movers or landscapers.
Work with our garment gurus to review uniform options that fit your specific business and your budget. And hey, no one on your team has to wear Alice’s blue dress [unless that’s your thing and then we’re totally cool with it].
Request a quote or stop by our showroom (1758 Ashley River Road in Charleston).