If wearing an apron is your daily duty then why not adding some personal touch to it? We at Garment Printing know how important is the first impression and can help you find the perfect fit whether it’s for your staff uniform or personal use.
Our catalogue has an extensive number of aprons you can choose from and endless design options. We’ve got both bib and pocket aprons in a variety of colours which you can customise using your brand logo or your imagination to create an eye-catching and unique design. Our models will fit both men and women and we also have unisex aprons – perfect for everyone.
Aprons are an easy solution as staff uniforms – you don’t have to order different sizes for each employee – this can clearly create confusion – one size fits them all. At the same time, it helps to maintain the professional look of your employees. You also have the chance to use different apron colours for different staff members – it can definitely ease your customer experience as they’ll know whom they can address their concern in case of any.
There are different types of aprons that you can choose depending on your business. Bib apron is a traditional-style full apron. These are great for kitchen and maintenance staff –anywhere the work is messy and the splash factor is high. They are available in a variety of materials, including cotton, polyester, and poly-cotton blends. They consist of a neck strap, bib, waist ties, a skirt and sometimes pockets which can be very handy in case your staff need to carry a notepad, guest checks, or handy kitchen utensils with them as they’re working.
Waist aprons are usually an attire of waiters or waitresses. Unlike the previous apron, this doesn’t have an upper body coverage. They are short and therefore provide comfort as servers are walking throughout the venue. They usually have pockets which are used for notepads, pens and beverage straws close at hand – these accessories you can also customise using our service which will increase your brand exposure.
We have a variety of printing techniques you can choose from. The most popular for workwear is embroidery – it is perfect if you are looking for a stylish and durable solution.