Workwear is one of the most important elements in setting up the right tone of workplace culture and a lot of thought goes into designing the right workwear for industries where image is highly valued and also in workplaces where employees have regular face-to-face with customers. Well designed workwear will have a positive impact on the employee for example, a padded shoulder suit has always boosted the confidence of women while working among the male populated workplace. The khaki uniforms of the World war era are so outdated and in fact makes the employees feel less about themselves. The world of fashion has always looked at the trends in workwear for inspiration for their line of clothes. Great brands like Levis, Burberry and Hugo Boss have all evolved from a work wear brand to main stream fashion brand. This evidence proves the desirable image workwear possesses so as to influence the masses. Vice versa is also true. Workwear also takes a lot on inspiration from the fashion trends of the world. Now the question is, how current is your present uniform?
An electric blue jumpsuit, neon coloured t-shirts, eco doomed logo badges, padded vests, PU foam knee pads, hard toe boots; t's time to incorporate the latest in the fashion world to your workwear and provide them to your work force, and you will definitely be able to see a highly rejuvenated and confident personnel. It’s no secret that assembling an outfit is like selecting social armor, and that what we wear has power over others. In a study published on the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology’s website, it corroborates the theory that subjects who donned white coats they thought belonged to doctors performed better on tests than those who wore street clothes and this study also shows if you have a strong cultural association with a garment, wearing it can affect your cognitive processes. In short, what you wear gives you a sense of responsibility to where you belong to. Working in the manufacturing industry is a very challenging exercise, both physically and emotionally. Driven by targets and perfection, they are men on a mission and marrying your work wear to the mission statement does greater good to both men and the company alike.