Hospitality uniforms taking a new turn

Style in hospitality is going further then fancy ingredients and a feature wall.

Bars, cafes and restaurants are hitting the catwalk!

More and more bars, cafes and restaurants in Sydney and Melbourne are becoming trendy catwalks. Owners are putting more thought into staff uniforms and fitting their crew in fashion forward uniforms. Instead of being in the background they are front of house, customer facing and representing.

This has also seen to be a benefit to customer service with an increase in employee morale due to staff feeling more confident and comfortable in their work wear.

With the recent rise in fun and quirky bars, cafes and restaurants appearing in Sydney and Melbourne, competition is heating up and owners are keen to leave an impression.

Why are uniforms becoming so important in the hospitality industry?

The most important component to success is ensuring you are connecting with your customers. Your venue story is a key element in your customer experience therefore whether your style is rustic, urban, chic or quirky, this should be reflected through uniforms. The uniform should act as a further extension to the interior design and style, creating unity and a sense of team.

The TIG hospitality experts team have recently launched the new ‘Hospitality Range 2015’ which includes a wide range of denim aprons, gingham checked shirts, funky tees, leather suspenders and polka dot bow ties. The range also encompasses a variety of fashionable looks to show you how to pair different uniform items to reflect your distinctive style.

TIG has dressed staff in multiple businesses including Dooleys Catholic Club, Mounties, Jamie’s Italian and has designed the new Cater Care uniform range set to roll out early next year.

Browse our new Hospitality Range and start reflecting your unique style through uniforms.