When choosing the garment you wish to have logo'd, make sure it has a size range that matches your staff's requirements, Check for a wide range of sizes from petite to very large. Unisex may not cover all the body shapes of your personnel.
We make sizing sets available, it can save many issues down the line when it comes to uniform fit.
GET THE RIGHT LOGO PROCESS
If your staff work in a physical or dirty environment and their clothing requires heavy washing, then embroidery will be the necessary option, if the environment is an office or gentler setting, then high-quality prints may be applicable.
If work-wear is waterproof, then thermal prints would be the sensible decision.
GETTING A LOGO THAT WORKS AS EMBROIDERY.
There is a marked difference between what you can do with a graphic design and what you can do when creating a logo with thread. Shading, for example, is impossible. Tiny detail is lost in an embroidery logo and simplification will help your logo look clearer and stand out.
LOW-COST VS QUALITY.
It may seem a cost-saving idea to use budget clothing, but 'You get what you pay for'. A cheap uniform will wear out quickly, deteriorate rapidly and staff may well feel uncomfortable and unhappy.
A quality image is one that potential customers, will relate to your organization's abilities.
GET THE RIGHT ADVICE
Talking through your options and requirements with a company that listen and understand the conditions your uniform are used in, can avoid problems further down the line.
There is a wealth of choice and of fabric types that might benefit your individual needs. So ask the professionals.
IDML - 'Making you look good at work'