“They provide the full package with first-class warehousing plus thorough reporting.”
For every new order, we can deliver individually packed items direct to each wearer. The flexi-space warehouse even adjusts to keep pace with your demand – there is no limit (within reason!) to our storage facilities.. At Mario Russo, we have the systems and the process that get your uniforms to the right person, in the right size, at the right time.
When you think about uniforms, it’s not usually design flair or the latest style details that automatically spring to mind. All too often, uniforms = boring uniformity. They’re what you wear because you have to, not because you choose to.
But all that is changing. Out there in the workplace, potential new recruits are selecting where they work because of what they wear to work. Uniforms are becoming a powerful part of brand development for savvy companies. They recognise the added value of commissioning exclusive designs that successfully promote their brand values– while at the same time giving their staff clothes they love to wear.
Who wouldn’t want to go to work in a uniform that takes its influence from high street fashion, and borrows style inspiration from top designers like Paul Smith or Ted Baker – designers whose skills lie in incorporating intricate details into high fashion, with captivating results. It’s those finer details – contrast piping, exposed zips, reflective tape – that are now changing the way we think about uniforms.
More and more companies are turning away from ordering bog standard stock ranges. Instead, they’re commissioning bespoke collections that incorporate details which are exclusive to their operation. These fine details not only help make their staff recognizable to customers, but also give them a sense of pride in wearing a uniform that makes them look good and, in some cases, helps them to do their job better.