Picking the Right Garment for the Right Industry

Posted by Braden Baldwin on Jul 24, 2017 11:26:33 AM

In LOGO, Apparel

Deciding what type of garments to purchase your workers can be a very tough decision.

For example, if you are working in the heating and air conditioning industry, you want your service technicians to stay safe, look good and be comfortable. Or if you work in the restaurant business, you want your waiters to have a classic look that represents your brand while also giving them clothing that allows them to perform their job to the best of their abilities.

Since the process of deciding what clothing to wear is not an easy one, today I’ll be going over some key factors you should take into account when deciding what apparel to get your employees.


Knowing what material to pick can be tricky because there are so many options. If you work in a physically demanding industry maybe try using dri-fit or snag free material. It keeps your employees comfortable and looking good while also performing to their highest ability.

If you are buying branded apparel for employees who spend most of their day in an office, a twill shirt is a nice choice. It offers comfort while also providing a professional look.


Two popular options for apparel branding are embroidery and screen printing. But when do you use which?

In all honesty, you can never go wrong with embroidery. It provides a classy and long lasting look to any piece of apparel.

Screen printing is great for t-shirt and jersey orders. If you have a company outing coming up or you work in an industry that your workers need t-shirts, screen printing is a great way to go. And to all the coaches reading this, screen printing is a great option for your team’s next jersey order.

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