Nothing quite says team or brand like a well-tailored, thought-out high school uniform, the sophistication, and elegance of individuals representing their sports or firms in well-made clothes is a sight for sore eyes.
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Realizing how harmonious it all flows there is no way you would want anything less when it came to your employees advertising your company, you know how the old saying goes, you have to give to get, the same goes for spending money to make money. A simple theory that works, nonetheless.
As someone who comes from a hospitality background, the departments were unmistakably different in their attire, and rightly so. Yes, chefs wear head to toe gear to prevent hot splashes or scalds jumping onto your skin and front of house management are decked out in suits, but if we all wore the same who would customers know whom to approach?
The creation or ‘invention’ of uniforms was first established back as early as 1222, although not much documentation is evident there have been a few written recordings showing that a school in England around 1552 first implemented school uniforms which then sparked the nation and soon bubbled over into collegiate institutions.
An interesting and factual piece to read about in this link when next you have your tea break with 2 or 3 biscuits if I don’t mind myself. But essentially the uniform represented not only the educational academy you attended but soon categorized and segregated society by status or opulence. Simply wearing certain styles and colors gave you privilege.
When I went to school back in the hay day things were pretty much black and white, you bought your uniform from one shop and went next door the get your iron-on school badges or name tags, and off you went, oh how thing have changed.
Times have changed.
Nowadays we have the efficiency and convenience of everything being under one roof, essentially a clothing store, with a design team behind the scenes, and machines to embroider your every desire.
If you’re like me with a house full of kids then you know all too well the drama of having the ‘perfect fit’ of a high school uniform for your up and coming teenage high school daughter and the toughest material on the planet for your son who believes living life by rolling around in the dirt with his friends at every chance he gets.
Sounds like your life? Then you need a high school uniform store to lend a much-needed ear and advise you on the best options available to suit your budget and family dynamic. While you’re at it, getting their sports kit and team gear sewn is just as easy as dropping it off when you head in for your consultation. What more could you ask for?
When you’re part of a sports team, yes the freshly washed and ironed kit gets you mentally ready to tackle your opponents, seeing everyone in the changing rooms all matching and gearing to go is like a scene from a movie.
I used to love looking around as the coach gave his pre-match speech and plays, and although it may seem so small of a detail, you feel an overwhelming sense of pride to be part of something much bigger than just yourself. Who knew a set of garments had such a wonderful impact on a life.
Benefits of wearing a uniform.
- Awareness. Whether it be your school choir performing at the grand theatre or your staff members going out and marketing your products, seeing a well-designed and strategically placed logo can make people aware of who you are and where you’re from.
- Protection. Companies usually provide safety gear for employees working on construction sites or building areas, having more than just a shirt branded and extending your brand to hard hats or high-viz vests you can be sure that the staff gets the job done and passersby or customers will be sure to remember who completed the task.
There are plenty of advantages not only to the above-mentioned points, see what others have to say about it here https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-wearing-a-school-uniform and even more so when referring to schools.
Simply putting everyone in the same outfit can significantly reduce bullying and racism, which unfortunately is still a factor in schools today as big as a shame as it is, it’s the truth. We want our children focused on education and making a future for themselves, not worrying about what is or isn’t ‘in fashion.’
- Cost-effective. We all know the costs of the latest trainers or the brand blowing up social media platforms can cost parents an arm and leg, taking these out of the school equation makes life with 1 less thing to worry about.
The younger generation may not realize it, but with everyone in the same boat discipline is silently instilled, knowing what needs to be worn and when gives a sense of purpose and an unspoken set of rules are adhered to.
We are never too old to understand why things are the way they are, read this article for a quick insight into how a school uniform can help improve a student performance and behavior at school.
Times are changing, life is getting busier, one less thing to think about when it comes to schools is having a business who understands this and provides the customer care and service you deserve for your high school uniform or at any grade level or team.