Uniform style design: According to occupational characteristics and requirements, it can be positioned and focused on design. Uniform style design can be based on occupational characteristics and requirements, and can be positioned and focused on design according to occupational characteristics and requirements. Type, placket, sleeve, pocket, hem, etc.
1. Placket design: The placket is mostly in the predecessor of the uniform, and directly affects the change of the collar shape. The placket is divided into open placket, hidden placket, buttons and zippers. The open placket and buttons together can be decorated. But for the design of protective uniforms, usually in the form of hidden placket, so as not to cause the placket to be involved in the work. In special environments, the use of metal buttons and zippers is prohibited in professional attire in workplaces such as electrical equipment. In addition, the placket has side placket and rear placket, which is determined according to the nature of the work object. The form of the placket has the changes of stacked placket, inclined placket, curved placket, and placket. The use of inlays, edging, embroidery and other processes on the placket is a common method for designing service industry uniforms and dresses.
2. Collar design: Collar shape is an important part of uniform design. Collar types include stand collar, stand lapel, lapel, barge collar and no collar. The form of the collar should be designed according to occupational characteristics from the practical aspect. Work uniforms in industries such as mining and construction are labor-intensive and susceptible to the effects of climate and harmful substances. Collars often adopt the form of standing lapels. The use of ribbed and other highly stretchable knitted fabrics is to improve the feel of the collar on the neck, especially the impact on the neck when closing the collar; the collar design is often inlaid with different colors and different materials from the aspect of logo It reflects the symbolic and decorative nature of professional attire. For example, a suit can be made into a professional uniform of a certain industry by simply designing the collar with different colors. In addition, ties, bow ties, collar flowers, etc. are closely related to the shirt collar type and the outer collar type, and cannot be ignored in the design.
3. Sleeve design: Sleeve design refers to the sleeve length, fatness and cuff form should be determined according to the type of work and occupational characteristics. Uniforms engaged in equipment assembly work should not be too short or too thin to facilitate climbing, climbing, and pulling operations. If necessary, add pleats to the arm joints of the sleeves. For the uniforms of waiters in the catering industry, the sleeves should not be too long or too fat, so as not to cause trouble during service. There are generally two kinds of professional tooling cuffs: elastic type and adjustable buckle type, the main function is antibacterial and antifouling. In addition, a sleeve or armband with a logo can be added to the sleeve arm as needed.