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Corporate VS Casual

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Feminine Uniforms

Femininity You often see women in masculine, shapeless uniform that looks like they may as well be wearing the uniform of their male colleagues. However, we as a company strive to create flattering, well-fitting uniform for both men and women. With a lot of other uniform companies that provide standard uniform such as polos and…

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Hospitality Uniform

“All the ingredients are known, it’s how you put them together that’s unique” – Todd Snyder Hospitality As a nation, Britain prides itself on its hospitality tourism, café culture and quirky and traditional pubs which draws in visitors from around the world. With more and more demand for places to eat and drink, venues need…

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2018 Goldcoast Commonwealth Games Uniform

Goldcoast Volunteers Uniform Hard Yakka, owned by our parent company Workwear Group in Australia, have recently unveiled their uniform for the volunteers of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Using the latest innovation and new technologies, Hard Yakka have designed durable workwear suitable for the Gold Coast climate during the event held in April 2018….

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Technical Intern

Our First Technical Intern Though we have had numerous design interns, Charlotte was our first technical intern assisting our product development team. She heard about the internship opportunity through a family member who works as one of our Account Managers, and was with us for 5 weeks. Charlotte has just finished her Fashion Design and…

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The Colour Red

Red Previously this year we have done a feature on the colours blue and purple, it is now time for the colour red to be highlighted. Red is used in many of our customer’s uniforms including Virgin Atlantic and HSBC. Red gives the impression of excitement and easily draws the eye which is great for…

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ICW Marathon Runner

London Marathon 2018 The hugely popular event, held every Spring in the capital has raised over £450 million for charity since it’s establishment in 1981. It also holds the Guinness world record as the largest annual fundraising event in the world! Lydia, one of our account manager is bravely tackling the gruelling 26.2 miles in…

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Mental Health

R U Ok?

Mental Health Awareness With World Mental Health day earlier this week it is appropriate to raise awareness in the work place and highlight the support that we provide. Incorporatewear and our parent company WWG in Australia are committed to providing support to all employees. Although the ‘R U Ok?’ charity and initiative is Australian based…

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RBS find focus group ‘engaging’ and ‘productive’

RBS Focus Group    “A really engaging day with some exciting things to come” Ryan Foat – Senior Person Banker   Last month, representatives from RBS Group including employees from head office, branch managers and local CEOs spent the day with us taking part in a focus group. On the day, they reviewed the current…

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Charity Day

Charity Day We recently held our annual charity day to raise money for two incredibly worthwhile charities; Macmillan Cancer Support and Jeans for Genes. Across both of our sites we had food sales, games, tea trolleys and many other fun fundraising activities. In traditional MacMillan fashion – there were lots (and lots) of cakes! Altogether…

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4 Most Popular Smart Trouser Styles

Ladies Trousers Trousers are the anchor of your uniform, so it’s important to choose the right fit for you. We understand that one style will not fit all shapes and sizes so where possible we make sure to offer a range of styles to ensure that there will be something for everyone. These also come…

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Looking ahead to S/S 18

A/W 17-18 into S/S 18 The Autumn and Winter seasons are well and truly on their way, we can almost smell the bonfires and mulled wine. Similarly Autumn/Winter fashion is making it’s annual comeback with jumpers and coats back on the shelves. So it’s around this time we start looking ahead to next year’s fashion,…

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