As a Business Owner, How do You Decide What your Employees Should Wear?
Times are changing when it comes to there being a necessity for employees to wear strict business attire in the workplace. A lot of businesses are now finding that allowing staff to wear their own clothes can lead to increased happiness in the workplace. Indeed, only one in ten employees in Britain wear a suit to work in 2019. Nowadays, options range from casual dress to branded polo shirts. When it comes to deciding how your employees should dress, a lot of it comes down to your industry in terms of what is appropriate.
Becker Tuche from Aachen is the winner of Innovation Award presented by MUNICH FABRIC START
The winner of this year’s Innovation Award presented by MUNICH FABRIC START is Becker Tuche from Aachen. The company received the award for a new product development combining wool and Cordura with spandex – super lightweight and highly functional. The woven fabric features high abrasion resistance despite its low weight as well as very high water vapour permeability. Preferred areas of application are light outdoor styles as well as streetwear and corporate fashion.
Hilary Gauld - Canada based award-winning photographer
Following a rewarding career as a Sales Representative and Territorial Manager at Labatt Breweries Canada, Hilary transitioned to a career in photography, opening One for the Wall in 2008.
Corporate and made-to-order suits by Roman Daniels Suits Club
In 2006 Roman Daniels split away as a brand in its own right under the direction of Andrew Scarf, Roman Daniels Suit Club opened its flagship store in early 2011. Located at 55 York st Sydney or online.
Irish made-to-measure suits by Con Murphys Menswear
Con Murphys are synonymous with quality clothing not just in Cork, but also across Ireland. With over 75 years experience, Con Murphy’s know tailoring and fabrics better than anyone. They use this experience to help our customers get the best wearing garments at the most affordable prices.
High-quality shirts and corporate wear fabrics by Getzner Textil Austria
Getzner Textil is among the world's leading manufacturers of high-quality apparel damasks (Africa damask), fashion fabrics for shirts and blouses, corporate fashion and technical fabrics.
Be Global Fashion Network starts a research about the dressing style in companies
What is the dressing style in your company? We would like to show it if it is original and presents the corporate culture of your company. The clothing style we are looking for is the men's suit. Show us your most stylish suits. One out of each 20 companies that submit photos and are featured in our gallery will participate in a contest...
What should be the Sunday's suit
Sundays are mostly reserved for your most casual attire. But occasionally you need to get all dressed up. Think about the weddings, baptisms, graduation ceremonies, and the like. That’s where you need a suiting look that’s a nice as something you’d wear to work, but with a slightly less aggressive vibe.
Corporate wear by Signature Clothing
After a long career in corporate management the Signature Clothing understand intimately your issues, frustrations and pain points trying to find a uniform.
The new fashion in corporate clothes
More and more companies pay attention to the way their employees dress at work. The new fashion in corporate apparel is to create a corporate dress code, which includes the company symbols, but at the same time the clothes are modern and made in such a way that they provide the individuals the chance to keep their personal style.
Fashion designers, Say 'No' to black business suits
The classic men's suit is most wanted for corporate and formal wear. Huge amounts of garments are sewn in black, gray and blue and this makes male's style in offices extremely unattractive and impersonal. The 'fashion' element is actually missing.
The main reason for this is that stores offer limited variations of models because of the huge variety of sizes, which manufacturers should produce to fit the different characteristics of the male body.
Corporate dress: nature and types
People have long ago understood that clothes serve not only to protect them from the impact of climate and nature, but also to communicate – to express some of their arrangements and mood. Business communication, as an informative process in business and organization area, can’t ignore such an important resource as corporate dress. That’s why it’s necessary to clarify some of the most significant and actual aspects of corporate dress in the context of exchanging messages and information with labor and organizational nature. What is the communicative nature of clothes and how can we read their messages in the organizational sphere?
Interview with David Roubach, founder of Balena, a material science company aiming to transform the fashion industry
Where to produce quality men's suits in Eastern Europe - made-to-measure suits, ready-to-wear suits and CMT