There is no universal dress code for business. For some companies, dress pants and collared shirts are the only acceptable attire. For others, a clean T-shirt and jeans will do the trick. Many times there’s a mixed dress code tailored to fit each job description. Even though no two dress codes are the same, the key is to make sure your brand or company is represented well.
When people see your company logo out in the world, you want it to look good. For every occupation and occasion, there is a right way and a wrong way to dress. The wrong dress code can make the work day miserable and come across as confusing to the public. Imagine if your plumber showed up in a suit and tie. Ridiculous, right?
While that’s an extreme case of dress code confusion, you’d be surprised how many little details are overlooked when picking branded apparel. For example, let’s say you work for a roofing company and your standard dress code is a polo shirt with a company logo on it. Do you want that polo to be made with a durable fabric designed to keep your body cool and dry, or do you want a heavy shirt that retains your body heat and snags very easily when you climb a ladder?
Our clients at IFC Roofing know that the first option is much better and more comfortable! While these little details seem frustrating to some people, they’re our bread and butter. Instead of thinking about them yourself, let us handle that part for you. From choosing the right garment to applying that company logo, we’ve got you covered.
If dressing for safety is your number one priority, you don’t have to miss out on a branding opportunity. Put your logo on high visibility apparel like these safety vests for our clients at Temperature Solutions.
A PFG work shirt is perfect for this outdoor supply company. Lightweight, weather resistant, and branded on both sides. If you ask us, our clients over at Salt Creek Outdoor Supply did it exactly right!
For those who work in an air conditioned office and meet with clients during the day, something like this nice, crisp embroidered button down for Texas Commercial Glass is the way to go. This look is timeless and professional.
When you work in a gym like our friends over at PT Fitness, you want to stay cool before and after your workouts. The tanks above are a super soft blend of three fabrics that keep you light and comfy all day.
Want to know more about dressing perfectly for your profession? Shoot us an email or comment below! As always, you can check out our website and social media pages for more product photos and inspiration.