Work shirts embroidered should be high up on any business owner’s list of priorities when it comes to ensuring that their workforce’s uniform looks smart and creates a great brand image. But what about the logo itself? If you are having that embroidered on your clothing, you need to make sure it will work.
Colours are extremely important in your logo. You shouldn’t just choose a colour necessarily because you like it the most. You need to think about what the colours on your embroidered work shirts, jackets, PPE and more really represents. And not only that, but the colour of your clothing as a whole says something immediately about you and your company – so choose wisely. Using green in your embroidered workwear, for example, conveys the idea of freshness, and can suggest health and prosperity. Therefore these colours are ideal for embroidering on work wear used by the catering industry, or perhaps personal trainers or other sports companies. What about red? Red catches everyone’s attention straight away, and it gives out a message of power, abundance, excitement, and ultimately strength. Think of some of the world’s biggest brands and they will most likely have an element of red in their logo or branding. Then again, if you want to convey the idea of trust, use blue. Blue is calming, it is cool and collected. Blue represents authority (think of the police uniforms that use it) and dependability. Blue is the most responsible of colours. So the colour you choose needs to represent your company’s image as much as possible.
At PPG Workwear, we can make sure you have work shirts embroidered with the colour of your choice, representing you and your company. See http://www.ppgworkwear.co.uk/ for the details of how we work with you. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01465 881188.