The bigger the logo, the more attention it will receive. Bigger can be better.
Embroidery costs are directly related to the number of stitches to sew the logo, bigger costs more.
There is a lot of space to say almost anything to anyone on an apron. The bib apron on the previous (size matters) slide has doubled your options as you can decorate with embroidery or screen printing on the back!
Then there are pockets and neck straps available to promote a service or brand. Presentation, presentation, presentation.
If this is your first kitchen or restaurant apron uniform or you are looking for a new look, take the time to touch and even wear a few test undecorated / not embroidered aprons.
Your staff should be asked to provide input.
- Do you need or want pockets?
- Is there a fit or sizing problem?
- Is that style of apron available in the desired color?
- Does the supplier typically have sufficient stock for your business?
You made this order, you will own the results for life. Before you buy big, buy one. Make the time to get your order right and not put yourself into a position of eating a bad order by being in a hurry.
A bad uniform is like a bad relationship. You cannot begin to be happy again until you get as far away from it so that you can forget and start anew.
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