This week Frankie & Henry man the festival food stalls in tonal uniforms that provide comfort, style and the perfect level of low-key cool.
Catering at festivals can be a messy business with many ravenous mouths to feed, so ensuring your uniform keeps you clean and looking good for your downtime is on top of the wardrobe list. Wearing an apron to protect your clothes from any food fallout is a smart uniform addition, particularly when you can change your strap colours to add a little pizzazz and personal style to your workwear. If you want to keep your crew looking “uniform” yet mosh pit ready, our range of shirt, tees and chinos fit the bill to transform your work apparel into casual day wear – or in this case festival wear! Keeping pieces tonal across your crew presents a structured and stylin’ uniform look.
An understated plain black tee is the ideal top to build your uniform around as it suits any colour addition. Refine your look with the addition of a short sleeve shirt worn with slightly rolled sleeves and open at the front for a casual vibe. Finish your uniform style with Cargo Crew’s premium cotton/elastane blend chinos. These pants are super comfortable so they won’t restrict movement. They come in two colour options of camel and black.
Keeping your uniform pieces simple ensures your outfit can be easily transformed from workwear to music festival ready.
Frankie & Henry Wear
Frankie wears the Henry Bib Apron in Khaki with Leopard Print ‘Mix It Up’ Apron Straps over the black Women’s Tee. Henry also wears the black Men’s Tee under the Ace Bib Apron in Sulphur with the ‘Mix It Up’ Apron Straps in Tan. Henry also wears the short sleeve Rex Shirt in Olive that compliments Frankie’s similarly toned khaki apron. Both Frankie & Henry wear the Todd Chino Pants in Camel.
Get your uniform kit prepped for festival fun!
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