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One of our tribe – Sydney Living Museum recently got themselves a chic new modern uniform design, so Audrey and Steve took the liberty of modeling it for them. They love red, so were very excited to wear this stylish corporate uniform collection for them.

The Design

For a place representing historic houses and museums, they chose a rather unpredictable design.  Their purpose is to help visitors around the venue with the aim of standing out from their customers. A modern uniform design that highlighted their people and their branding were what we gave them!

While Sydney Living Museum has permanent crew, they are also lucky to have many passionate volunteers and supporters, which they rely on to continue to operate. So, they needed to dress their team proudly in their red, black and white branded modern uniforms.

Modern Uniform Shirting Collection

General staff wears an elegant black collared shirt with black buttons with their cute white logo worn perfectly on the left-hand breast. Check out Audrey and Steve rocking this uniform shirt also featuring a bold red contrast in the collar and cuff. As you can see, when flipped back, they look professional and edgy at the same time. A slick uniform design sure to turn heads. Audrey teamed her shirt with one of our A-line cotton sateen skirts, while Steve wore our best-selling black sateen chino pants.

Volunteer staff had a smart uniform polo shirt and t-shirt in all bold red with the SLM logo and large volunteer lettering across the front in a contemporary sideway layout. The uniform polo shirts also have a unique black contrast panel in the button placket. The uniform t-shirt is simple yet stylish with a new age tech-look vibe. Audrey just loves the feel and fit of wearing the mercerised cotton round neck tees.

While stylish corporate uniforms for Sydney Living Museum are mostly about making staff standout to easily assist customers, it’s also about the brand and leaving a lasting impression on their visitors. This modern uniform is about their people representing them. They are enthusiastic and dedicated to helping tell the story of Sydney’s most historic moments, so they must look the part on point. Audrey and Steve love to be on show and enjoyed spending a night at the museum to test out the most modern uniforms in Australia for themselves.