All posts tagged: uniform trends

Trend Alert – Gingham, Its Hip to be Square! 

Gingham check is all the rage around the world right now. An enduring classic, this timeless square pattern is a solid uniform investment that never goes out of style! With style movements shifting so often it’s hard to stay on top of the latest trends. However, some styles are a fashion fail-safe that transcend industries and time – the humble gingham check is just one of those styles. Gingham has been adopted as a work uniform favourite that can be easily adapted for an after-hours outfit. The Cargo Crew range of check shirts offers a variety of colours in short and long sleeves. Our iconic Frankie Check Shirts will effortlessly coordinate with existing uniform pieces. Meanwhile, the Max range comes in black or red check that is available in short sleeve versions to keep you looking and feeling cool during warmer months. Summer Uniform Style Sorted Our check shirts are designed to a modern fit and made from 100% cotton, keeping you comfortable throughout the day. Check out (Pardon the pun!) our range of signature Cargo Crew gingham …

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The Latest Uniform Trends

As industry disruptors Cargo Crew aim to be the first in responding to emerging uniform trends. To gain an insight into the thinking behind our current work, take a look at some of the key movements we’ve identified as being relevant to our world. From the new dress code redefining corporate Australia, to popular fashion classics like Denim that “Dominates” all the trend-setting cafés, not to forget timeless Black & White and the recurring Utilitarian, we’ve collated the latest uniform trends to make finding the right look for you and your business easy. The New Corporate Dress Code The days of needing to don a suit nine-to-five have had a thorough shake up, with an HR-approved movement to relax dress codes sweeping corporate Australia. Whilst the change of pace doesn’t signal free reign to trade trousers for jeans, it does place more choice in the hands of the individual to make dressing choices that best reflect their style and needs. Firm rules or not, modern wardrobe decisions should still be well considered. We see this topic addressed in …