The organisation wanted a simple, easy to wear uniform. In conversation with The Uniform Edit, they decided on a uniform shirt, allowing employees to choose the rest of their work wardrobe. The range of shirts includes five shirt options, which mix and match well but remain distinctive. All shirts are available for men and women, meaning a well-coordinated and unified team across three states.
All shirts were designed to be exceptionally comfortable. They are made from 100% cotton and are therefore breathable. The smart style of the shirts means they transition well from the construction site to the office.
Seymour White is a recognisable brand, with consistent branded colours of blue, red and white. The Uniform Edit used this as the basis of the new shirt range. The first of the shirt series is a blue and white mid-sized check, a classic looking shirt which looks great on men and women. The second option is a white shirt with contrast trim and cuffs, in small blue and white checks. Then, there is a pale blue shirt with contrast trim and cuffs in a white and blue stripe as well as the reverse of this – a striped shirt with contrast trim and cuffs in plain blue. Finally, there is a striking navy blue shirt with contrast details in a red and white stripe. All of the shirts have a subtlety embroidered logo on the chest, unifying the overall look.