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A historical black and white photograph featuring a group of women from the World War era working attentively on machinery. They are dressed in practical work attire, with one woman wearing a cap, which indicates a factory or industrial setting. The women are focused on their task, displaying engagement and teamwork as they operate the machinery together. The background is a muted yellow, and the women are highlighted with a white outline.

Empowering Threads: The Evolution of Women’s Work Uniforms

Empowering Threads: The Evolution of Women’s Work Uniforms MARCH 8 2024         As we gear up to celebrate International Women’s Day, let’s tip our hats (an accessory with its own storied past) to the workplace’s unsung hero: the work uniform. From the flour-dusted aprons of yesteryear to today’s tailored suits that mean
A person's arm is shown extending from the right side of the image, holding a white tote bag against a neutral background. The tote bag is a product made from recycled uniforms.

The What, Why & How of Uniform Recycling in Australia

Sustainable Uniforms:The What, Why & How of Uniform Recycling in Australia NOV 13 2023         Roll out the green carpet; National Recycling Week is in full swing, and we’re spotlighting a hidden culprit of workplace waste: uniforms. Annually, a staggering 10,000 tonnes of these trusty threads find their end in Aussie landfills.
The banner for the article 'Sustainable Uniforms: The Essential Guide for Procurement Managers' depicts two female and one male model posing together and smiling for the camera in front of a aqua coloured background. They're wearing modern and stylish teal coloured uniforms manufactured by Designs To You. The colour palette of the photo reflects the blog topic - sustainable uniforms.

Sustainable Uniforms: The Essential Guide for Procurement Managers

Sustainable Uniforms: The Essential Guide for Procurement Managers     Let’s get straight to the point. If you’re a procurement manager, every decision you make reverberates through the organisation, its reputation, and its bottom line. You’re not just buying stuff; you’re purchasing value, and that’s exactly why we need to talk about sustainable uniforms…  
The banner for the article 'Making Your Uniform Program More Sustainable' depicts three young, professional looking models wearing stylish, high-quality blue and navy healthcare uniforms manufactured by Designs To You. They're smiling confidently at the camera and standing in front of a a light blue background.

3 Ways to Make Your Uniform Program More Sustainable

  3 Ways to Make Your Uniform Program More Sustainable   If there’s one thing we’ve learnt in 2022, it’s that the uniform industry is rapidly changing. Not only are we becoming more sustainably minded, but our customers are too.   More and more, businesses are recognising just how crucial sustainability is for their overall
The banner for the article 'Giving New Life to Your Old Uniforms' features a split image of two models wearing stylish, modern and professional uniforms. The female model is wearing a green linen blouse with navy slacks and white sneakers. She is sitting on a black chair in front of a teal coloured background. The male model is wearing navy slacks, a white cotton t-shirt and white Veja sneakers. He is walking in front of a mint coloured background, and is only visible from the neck down. The images green colour palette reflects the topic of the blog - sustainable uniforms.

Giving New Life to Your Old Uniforms

  Giving New Life to Your Old Uniforms   Okay, someone’s gotta say it… Australia has a fast fashion addiction. A bad one. In fact, as a country, we’re dropping a whopping 720,000 tonnes of clothing and textiles into landfill every year. That’s 23 kilograms per person. Or, in online shopping speak, 270 t-shirts. That