Embroidered Workwear

Branded embroidery workwear can be vital for making sure your company is presented correctly. It gives a classic look which suggests longevity and professionalism. With your logo, name or other details woven into the fabric of your garments, embroidery suggests that you spend the time needed to do a thorough job. All artwork will be checked by our team, who can advise on placement and colour, before the final step of being signed off by you.


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If you are investing in quality workwear which is made to last, you need branding features which will stand the test of time. Embroidery does this. Each embroidery process can be discussed with our expert team before it goes into manufacture in order to ensure that you are fully happy with your colour and logo placement. We have provided branded workwear for over 20 years to various types of industries and businesses; ranging from schools, colleges and training centres to construction firms, manufacturing plants and healthcare centres. Use our years of experience to your advantage.

Embroidery is available on nearly all items and for practically every company logo in existence. We allow up to 7,000 stitches per embroidered logo as standard, which is fine for 99% of logos, but even more can be accommodated if your logo is more intricate. Once your artwork is submitted it will be reviewed by our team who will be able to check that it is suitable for embroidery. If there any issues or if they spot a potential issue, they will be in touch with you to resolve any potential problems before they even arise. This means you can order online with true peace of mind that nothing will be produced in error.

Companies from all types of sectors and industries (such as schools, restaurants and construction firms and more) all use us for embroidered workwear. It’s a classic technique which lasts. If you’re investing in high quality workwear and want to use it for the long term, embroidery is up to the task. It’s also great for adding definition and prevalence to a company logo or other personalisation feature.