Workwear

We supply and embroider custom, quality workwear for business

We specialise in custom embroidery for businesses who want workwear that looks great and will do their business and logo justice. Branded workwear is the perfect way to ensure that your brand is always on full display and building awareness for your business – from on the job to behind the counter or at a networking event. 

We supply a wide range of quality, work-ready clothing and brand them in-house with embroidered logos that are carefully digitised and colour-matched so the result is a crisp, clean logo that your team will be proud to wear.

Every item and finished logo is personally checked to ensure quality and can be delivered throughout Perth and WA. 

We supply and embroider a full range of workwear:

  • Hi-Vis shirts, pants and shorts 
  • Polo shirts 
  • Hospitality Aprons 
  • Scrubs - for dental, medical and vets
  • Tee shirts
  • Hoodies and Fleece tops 
  • Softshell jackets 
  • Hats, caps and beanies
  • And more.

Small orders? No problem.

We love supporting small businesses and, unlike larger embroidery companies, we are happy to help out with smaller orders – from just 5 polo shirts to supplying a family business with workwear for 3-5 people. 

And when you grow, we are here and ready to help with larger orders of 50+ items.    

Look smart, stay protected and increase your brand recognition.

Call us on 9524 2529 or contact us through the red "Online Quote Request". 

Workwear FAQS

Do you offer other finishes or just embroidery? 

We specialise in embroidery, but can also use these alternative finishes depending on the logo and required look:

  • Embroidery – using top-quality threads and custom equipment for a bright, quality finish that is true to your logo design
  • Heat Transfer Vinyl – Ideal for low-cost, simple and bold messaging for example “Volunteer”, “Covid Safety Marshal” or “Trainer” 
  • Supacolour – a digitally-printed, heat-applied transfer – a good solution if the logo is very graphic or if the logo design would require a more stitch intensive, and therefore expensive, embroidered logo.

Do you outsource your embroidery?

We do the majority of all our embroidery in-house – from digitisation to production. Our attention to detail and hands-on, personal service is what sets us apart from larger companies and we guarantee a quality result every time. While we may occasionally outsource the embroidery to help us meet a specific client deadline, we only use tried and trusted embroiderers who we know are going to work to our standards. And we always personally check the end result before handover.  

Can you embroider clothing that I supply myself?

We always prefer to supply and embroider as opposed to embroidery only – as it enables us to ensure the quality from start to finish. Also, on the rare occasion that something goes wrong during embroidery that damages (or is a result of) the clothing you have supplied, it is much harder for us to provide speedy replacement. If there is a certain style of brand of clothing you absolutely have to have, just give us a call and we will figure out the best option to suit.

Do you have a minimum order for workwear embroidery?

We have a minimum of 5 items for new orders – this can be made up of a mix of items, e.g. shirts, jackets and caps. Once we have your digitised logo and requirements on file, we can do reorders of just 3 – we store all files so we don’t have to charge anything extra for setup fees from then on.  

What clothing brands do you use/supply?

You can see many of the items and brands we supply here on our Suppliers page, and we can also source many other brands – just chat to us about what you are after if you need a specific clothing item/brand, and we can provide you with options.  

Are there limitations to what you can do with embroidery?

There are some technical limitations that need to be considered before a design can be embroidered.

Very small lettering does not work well (i.e. smaller than 6mm). The bigger the letters the better the quality.

Some other things to consider are:

  • Very fine lines do not generally produce well
  • A detail that is too closely packed together
  • Items with several layers of outlining, ultra-thin outlining or shadows
  • Colour gradients in a small area
  • Thin freestanding lines on coarse material or thick material with a heavy pile

Embroidery is bound by the scale and the material on which it is being stitched. Embroidery looks best when held and viewed at arm’s length. We will always advise on what will be best for you when you enquire with us to make sure we can deliver the right result. 

How do I get started?

Contact us through the red "Online Quote Request" button

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