Uniforms and Scrubs

School Uniforms: What Your Customers Are Looking For and How Vendors Can Make the Grade
August 29, 2022 at 2:38 pm

If schools are on your client list, now is the time start marketing for the 2023-24 school year. Do your homework, and you could have a lucrative year, as unforms are getting more and more popular for both public and private schools, especially in grades K-8. Uniforms promote school pride, and research shows that students…

Supply Chain Disruptions Causing Problems Even for U.S. Air Force Uniforms
December 22, 2021 at 11:50 am

Supply chain disruptions, namely fabric shortages and labor issues, will prevent some Air Force and Space Force members from receiving a full set of uniform items next year. The Air Force reportedly said in a statement that it will rectify the issue by adding more to paychecks, so graduates can purchase the missing pieces separately...

Wingstop Furthers Commitment to Environmentalism With Launch of Sustainable Uniforms
December 15, 2021 at 9:59 am

Wingstop recently launched a new uniform program featuring clothing made from recycled plastic water bottles. The brand estimates more than 2 million plastic water bottles will be recycled to make the new clothing. The LogoLink Group (a Boundless Network affiliate) and supplier HTT Apparel helped create the uniforms...

Edwards Garment Rebrands Bishop Custom Clothing as EdwardsX
November 2, 2021 at 10:11 am

Edwards Garment, Kalamazoo, Michigan, today announced the final steps in the acquisition of Bishop Custom Clothing, which is now rebranded as EdwardsX. EdwardsX strengthens Edwards Garment’s position as a global brand providing a broad assortment of career apparel products and services to the industry...

Jake Himelstein on BAMKO's Big Uniforms Move, Supply Chain Outlook, Recognition Market Opportunities and More
October 13, 2021 at 10:31 am

BAMKO is making a big move in the uniforms space. Jake Himelstein, the company's president, joined the show to announce the move and explain how it positions BAMKO to meet the evolving needs of modern promo customers. He also talked supply chain, huge opportunities in the recognition market and much more. Plus, Sean and Brendan dive deep into Pabst Blue Ribbon's fun (and maybe invasive?) merchandise campaign...

New NHL Jerseys Feature 50% Recycled Material and 'Dimensional Embroidery'
September 29, 2021 at 10:05 am

In an effort to make this upcoming season a little more eco-friendly, the NHL announced a league-wide jersey change to Adidas ADIZERO Primegreen sweaters, which are made with a minimum 50% recycled material. They also feature a decoration technique called "dimensional embroidery."

New Girl Scout Uniforms Showcase '90s Fashion Influence
July 16, 2021 at 1:31 pm

For the first time in 20 years, the Daisies, Brownies and Junior Girl Scouts are updating their uniforms. They're pretty fashionable, too, but in a retro sense. Made with recycled materials, the items “pay homage to the ‘90s style” with things like oversized T-shirts, slim fit pants and scrunchies...

Researchers Develop Face Mask With Built-In Sensors That Test for COVID
July 7, 2021 at 10:49 am

Researchers at MIT and Harvard have developed a new face mask that could greatly benefit medical workers by detecting COVID-19 within about 90 minutes. The development has implications beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, as the sensors reportedly could detect other viruses with some adaptation...