The embroidery of a chef coat lends the chef and the restaurant a lot of credibility. Nothing says professional culinary expert and fine food like a crisp white chef coat with the chef's name embroidered on the right chest, and the restaurant's logo embroidered just above the pocket. A chef's coat is oftentimes a sturdy cotton fabric that holds almost any size logo well and the white fabric color is a great contrast to your logo color.
Be sure to tell the embroidery company what the fabric of the coat is, as the embroidery store at True to Size Apparel can tweak the embroidery or DST file so that the logo is a bit better in appearance in the finished product. The executive chef coats have as many as twelve cloth buttons and is the closest thing you can get to a military uniform as there can be at a restaurant.
You probably have an embroidery DST or EMB file available for embroidery of your chef coats as you have already purchased embroidery services for the front staff. If that file is no longer available, your logo has changed or you want to shop around for a better deal, True to Size Apparel does offer a setup or digitizing of your company's logo for about $8.00 - which is the best price in the United States, as most embroidery companies charge about $90 for the exact same setup cost.
For best results, keep the width of your logo to a maximum of 3.5 inches, otherwise it could be gawdy and take a lot away from the class act your uniform is supposed to portray. If you are new to the purchasing of embroidery, I would invite you to download the free Embroidery Buyer's Guide at True to Size Apparel.
The quick read of the PDF file may answer questions you have not previously thought of and the guide may save you a lot of money, even if you decide to purchase elsewhere. You will love the fast service, free shipping and no minimum order quantity when you shop chef jackets at True to Size Apparel.