We often joke about how easy the clothing business was 10 to15 years ago. It seems like a different era now. We had a choice of 2 sweats, maybe 3 polos and if we were lucky 4 t-shirts. Of course they were all unisex, your choice was a simple one and there wasn’t much choice of colour. It all began to change and personalised clothing began to follow the high street in terms of choice and fit.
The fashion revolution had arrived.
Fitted garments were now very fashionable. In almost every genre of garment we now have unisex and fitted choice and we think it is great. There is something for everyone.
However fitted garments don’t suit or fit everyone and are often a shorter cut. What you might want to wear on a night out can become inappropriate in the nursery or in the office.
Unisex fit may seem un-cool but sometimes they are the sensible choice. So, if one of your staff is less confident about their body image or perhaps a little on the larger size, consider their comfort and the practicality of the fitted garment.
Also remember that you can mix all garments in the order, they don’t have to be all the same
When you are choosing please bear these options in mind.
Consider the following items:
Raglan Sweatshirt 762M unisex as opposed to 762F
Klassic Polo Shirt KK403 unisex as opposed to KK703
Valueweight T-Shirt SS28M unisex as opposed to SS79M
Stretchy V Neck T MA4 unisex as opposed to MA3
Polycotton Polo Shirt H400 unisex as opposed to H40