Design and validation principles for custom workwear :
① The principle of relative stability. Unlike work clothes, work clothes are relatively stable. It is gradually formed and shaped in the development of society and industry.
②Industrial unification principle. All practitioners in the peer industry can only use one form of work clothes to distinguish them from work clothes in other industries.
③ Principles of industry characteristics. Work clothes must fully reflect and adapt to the characteristics of the working environment, work objects, and work goals of the industry.
④The principle of international unification. The style, color, material and logo of some work clothes should be designed in accordance with internationally unified principles, such as uniform white for medical care.
⑤ Approval and approval principles. Work clothes can be formally implemented only after they have been approved by relevant state departments. The clothing designed and manufactured by enterprises and undertakings on their own and requiring employees to wear uniforms is called work clothes, and is not considered as work clothes.