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How to choose the fabric of business uniform

2022-06-17 14:55:32

                                                                                        How to choose the fabric of business uniform


The key issues to be considered in making and choosing a set of uniforms that can be worn by business people mainly include fabrics, colors, styles, classifications, workmanship and so on. In short, better fabrics, fewer colors, elegant styles, accurate classification, and fine workmanship are the basic requirements for uniforms worn by business people.

First, the fabric is better. The fabrics used to make uniforms with business people should be as fine and high-quality as possible. Under normal circumstances, in line with the policy of being both economical and beautiful, priority should be given to pure wool, pure cotton, cotton wool, cotton linen, wool linen, wool polyester and other fabrics.

Pure wool, pure cotton, pure linen and other fabrics are not only pure and natural in texture, but also moisture-absorbing, breathable, close-fitting, comfortable, beautiful in appearance, and more high-end when worn on the body. If economic conditions permit, this should be given priority.

Cotton wool, cotton linen, wool linen, wool polyester, etc. are all high-grade blended fabrics. Compared with the former, they can be said to be a second-best choice. Most of them are drapeable, stiff, strong, fold-resistant, wear-resistant, and relatively inexpensive in price, making them economical.

Sometimes, in order to engage in some special jobs or meet the needs of some special environments, the fabrics used to make uniforms are usually required to have some special functions. For example, fireproof, waterproof, windproof, dustproof, anti-radiation, anti-static, anti-oxidation, anti-high temperature, anti-low temperature and so on. When choosing the fabrics for making such special-purpose uniforms, we must be meticulous, keep improving, and strictly check, and never let go of standards and shoddy.

If it is not a special situation, generally, man-made chemical fiber fabrics such as polyester, polyester, nylon, and medium and long fibers should not be used to make uniforms for business personnel. Uniforms made of various chemical fibers, in a short period of time, are mostly brightly colored, non-iron and wrinkle-resistant, firm and durable, and can greatly reduce production costs. It's just that they often can't stand the test of time. After wearing for a long time, they will usually be polished and shiny, and the surface will often hide dirt, pilling, and it is easy to skip silk or generate static electricity. In this way, it gives people a feeling of inferior quality and low-grade, so it is classified as a separate volume. Therefore, even if employees are not required to wear uniforms, it is often a hundred times better than the impression left on the community by wearing low-grade and inferior chemical fiber uniforms.

Second, the color should be less. When making uniforms uniformly, it must not be too colorful or too cluttered. Otherwise, it looks disorganized or garish, which is not conducive to maintaining the overall image of the unit. Therefore, in general, the color of the uniform should be less but not more.