With casual workwear on an upward trend due to more people working from home than ever, slim fit polos are fast becoming the ideal solution for many businesses.
The last year has proved to many that working from home can bring many benefits to a business. If your business is looking to continue down this route, either with a more casual look or something smarter to boost your presence on all those video calls, we can help you create a great look to showcase your corporate identity. Our recently launched look book features a selection from our 2021 collection to provide some inspiration in choosing your new uniform.
The impact of COVID-19 in 2020 is something we will never forget as our personal and business lives were turned upside down. But as we move into Spring 2021 there is finally some light at the end of the tunnel. Restrictions are lifting and many businesses look forward to a return to trading.
A large amount of water is used in the textile industry. As a result, this produces a large volume of wastewater, otherwise known as effluent, which needs treating before releasing back into the environment. The dyeing and finishing process causes wastewater that contains pollutants.
To protect the environment and communities, the ETP (Effluent Treatment Plant) is designed to treat effluent (wastewater) and remove any harmful pollutants. The ‘clean’ water can then be safely released into the environment.
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The global pandemic has us temporarily storing away our ‘normal’ going to work clothes until we can all go back to normal routines of going into the office. Due to the upsurge of remote working, casual work loungewear is on the increase. We are all on the lookout for basics that blend comfort and style.
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Superwash 60 is a hi-tech fabric that allows the garment to be washed up to 60° for the removal of stubborn stains without affecting shape or colour. Some garments in our range can also be tumble dried. Continue reading →
Kustom Kit Sustainability Strategy
As part of Kustom Kit’s sustainability strategy, we believe that well-made, ethically sourced garments are the most important interventions we can make to slow down material flow and reduce overconsumption, while also addressing environmental changes. Continue reading →