Editor's Picks: Office Culture
Your client's office is special. It doesn't adhere to the same old corporate drab of other places of business. Your end-buyer wants something unique that shows his or her logo with panache, not predictability. How do you find those unique, yet classic, styles in a sea of blazers and collared shirts? You turn to your number one source for branded fashion advice: Promo Marketing.
August's issue holds a corporate apparel showcase to put Elle's fall fashion preview to shame. With button-down shirts, performance polos and imprinted accessories, we have everything you need to keep your clients looking professional as the leaves change.
Below is a sampling of the office elite. You can see the full section on pages 92 and 94 in August's Promo Marketing.
Free of Stains and Worries
What's worse than spilling coffee on yourself at work is that you have to stay at work all day and just let the stain set in. Broder Bros. offers a solution to this problem with the Harriton Men's Long-Sleeve Twill Shirt with Stain Release. The 55/45 cotton/poly woven shirt has flat-felled seams, a full back yoke and a back pleat. The shirt comes in 14 colors with short-sleeve and ladies' styles available. Sizes range from S to 6XL.
Dressed for Success
Every corporate bigwig needs a blazer. The Men's 2-Button EasyWear Blazer from Executive Apparel is the ideal choice. It is 75 percent polyester and 25 percent wool gaberdine and includes details like a front besum pocket with flap, top welt and suiting buttons. Available colors are navy, burgundy, black and gray.
Cutting Off the Competition
The Blade from Tonix features the performance qualities of an athletic shirt and the corporate elements of business wear. The 100 percent SoftCool shirt has a three-button placket and color blocking on the side body and seams. The shirt comes in 17 colors and sizes S through 4XL/5XL.