corporate world where getting your name in front of those who matter is a
priority, having a corporate uniform should play a key part in your company’s strategic
Here are a
couple of things to think about when you’re choosing your bespoke or
off-the-shelf corporate uniform.
One of the
main concerns for companies when looking into providing staff uniforms is price.
Off-the-shelf uniforms may be more affordable, especially in small quantities,
however, they may not reflect your brand accurately. Sourcing a bespoke uniform
offers unique branding...
We have recently handed over a repeat order to our client of Polo Shirts, Softshell Jackets, Winter Padded Jackets and Padded Gilets for Big Bus Tours staff. The uniform is worn all over the world in cities including London, Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., Las Vegas, Budapest, Paris, Vienna, Berlin, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Pre-Production samples being sent to our client today for approval. These are for a new high-end streetwear brand that Livingstone have been working with for a while now to help launch there first range of clothing. We have started working on next year’s range as well. We have selected our Turkey factory for this range due to the quick lead-times available and being able to do smaller MOQ’s compared to China, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
We were approached recently by a new client asking if we could assist in helping them source bespoke uniform for his client, Sollus Highland Dancers. We obtained quotations from our various factories and the client selected an option from our factory in Turkey. Using a 240GSM, 88% Polyester and 12% Lycra fabric we have created the clients design using full sublimation printing. Initial samples made to the clients size specifications have just arrived and have been sent to the client.
Today, t-shirt samples designed by W.O.F.T. were delivered. Manufactured in one of our Turkish facilities, we have used pantone matched colours and a combination of 100% polyester and 100% cotton fabrics of the highest quality.
Our UK clients contacted us to produce an exciting new uniform for global tour company, Big Bus Tours. The range had to consist of a polo shirt, softshell jacket, gilet and winter jacket; the company operates tours all over the world and the climates can range from the sun and heat of California and the Middle East, to the rain and cold of Chicago and London. All items are pantone matched to Big Bus Tours core colours and include multiple prints, branded buttons and zip pullers.
Livingstone International received a call from a UK contact that handles the print work for DHL. French haute-couture fashion label Vetements had being designing DHL branded clothing, which had previously appeared on runways and high end fashion boutiques all over the world. DHL wanted to have a bit of fun on the back of this and wanted to replicate some of the socks for promotional events. Our supplier in Turkey was happy to assist in supplying these novelty but instantly recognisable items.
One of Livingstone Internationals clients in Africa contacted us with the task of sourcing a range of denim jeans for a major retail company. We developed sizes including boys, girls, men and women in different fits and washes. We were able to source these from our denim suppliers in Pakistan.
School Football contacted Livingstone International to source a range of ringer
tees in specific colourways. The ringer tees are used to identify football
teams such as Holland and Brazil and having a bit of a retro vibe. These were
sourced from our suppliers in Bangladesh and include a custom woven neck label.
International were approached by a new client that has a contract for budget
shoe retailer Shoezone. They were having some issues with their current supply
of uniform which we were more than happy to help them out with.