The influence of Millennials in the workforce has shifted office dress codes, transforming what it means to wear a “uniform.” Today it’s less about everyone wearing matching polos and pants and more about giving style choices to employees and allowing more individuality while maintaining a unified look through logos and color palettes.
Whether your business is a traditional suit and tie office, a business casual customer service store, a casual tech start-up, or an organization that requires all three, it’s easier than ever to dress for success.
For some help putting inspiring looks together no matter what the business setting, check out the Business Uniforming Idea & Sales Guide. It offers three curated collections for the professional workforce to help you take your business to the next level with a unified style. It also shares some trending ways to style business uniforms to give employees the chance to express their individuality.
In a corporate setting? Mix patterns with solid colors. Try a subtly patterned woven shirt with a complementary patterned tie or colorful socks.
A bit more casual? Combine performance fabrics with athleisure styles that can transition from work to play and back again.
Looking for something cool? Look for two-toned and textured fabrics that break the mold of solid colors.