Corporate fashion

Definition of company clothing

At KAJA we understand the importance of company clothes from corporate to small businesses. Company wear is clothing for your employees and is designed to reflect your company's brand identity and values. From T-shirts to jackets, each garment is branded with your logo, slogan, or company name. The purpose of company wear is to create a adherent and professional company image, foster a sense of unity among employees, and increase brand awareness among customers, partners, and other stakeholders. At KAJA, we specialize in creating custom company wear that is consistent with your company's brand and values.

Why it is important to wear company wear

Wearing company wear is important for several reasons. First and foremost, it helps create a adherent and professional company image. By having all employees wear the same clothes, it promotes a sense of unity and team spirit among employees. When employees wear clothing that prominently displays the company logo or name, it serves as a constant reminder of the company's brand and values. Corporate wear can also help improve employee morale and productivity. When employees feel as part of a team and take pride in the company they represent, they are more likely to be motivated and engaged in their work.

Sample collection designed for corporate customers

What type of clothing is considered company/corporate wear?

Company wear can include a wide range of clothing such as:

  • T-shirts, poloshirts, blouses
  • Jumpers, sweatshirts,waistcoats
  • Dresses, coats, aprons, lab coats, chef's jackets
  • Trousers, skirts, leggings, shorts
  • Blazers, coats, jackets
  • Headgear – hats, baseball caps, headbands, flat caps
  • Accessories – hair ties, shields, scarves, neckties, bow ties

How to choose the right type of clothing for you?

By industry:

  • Different industries have different dress codes. For example, a financial company might require suits and ties while a construction company may require safety gear

According to your company's values:

  • Your dress code should reflect your company's brand and values. For example, a company that values sustainability might choose environmentally friendly fabrics 

By work activity; comfort and functionality of the clothing:

  • Clothing should be comfortable and functional for the employees' work.

By employee preference:

  • It is important to consider the preferences of your employees – after all, they are the ones who will be wearing the clothes