The Changing Trends in Corporate Clothing

September 10, 2018 · Print This Article

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You would think that ‘Trend forecasting’ is only a financial industry thing, but that’s not entirely true. The fact is, everyone from interior designers to fashion experts and product innovators can predict the future of their industries based on changes in the market. Here are a few trends in the corporate clothing market that you should take note of:

  • Ever-changing Styles

Generally, in the past, corporate clothing was limited to golf shirts, t-shirts, and caps. Companies are increasingly looking for ways to differentiate themselves from the competition, which means that corporate clothing manufacturers are vastly expanding their ranges. Some of the latest trending items include polo shirts, beanies, scarves, and branded sportswear. If you are considering investing in corporate clothing for your employees, be sure to take your time browsing through clothing catalogues before you make your decision. You will be amazed by the sheer number of options available on the market today!

  • Individualised Options

While some employees will regard corporate clothing as a perk, others may not like the idea of wearing something that can be seen as a ‘uniform’. In this case, it’s great to be able to give employees options so that they can use their branded clothes as an opportunity to express their individuality. Instead of only having a few options in one colour, why not have a few different patterns and styles designed in various shades of your corporate colours. This will get employees involved in the creative process and give them a sense of ownership.

Contact Minuteman Press, a reputable printing company in Hatfield that specialises in branded Barron uniform design.

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