First consider from the perspective of employees, that is, the hotel clothing design should take into account the actual work needs of the wearer. For example, room cleaners should not wear skirts, which will affect the quality and efficiency of their room cleaning. Another example is the repairman's clothing, which must be equipped with multiple pockets to facilitate the placement of small repair tools. Secondly, consider the uniform fabric. General hotel uniforms use chemical fiber fabrics, which have the advantage of being durable, washable, and not ironed, but not absolute. Pure cotton fabrics are suitable for chef uniforms due to their sweat-absorbent and breathable properties, but they have poor shaving performance and are easy to get old. High-grade wool is mostly used to make suits for senior management, reflecting style and style.
2. Beauty coordination
Since hotel clothing is an integral part of the hotel image, we must pay attention to its beauty and coordination when designing. This beauty comes not only from the beauty of the clothing itself, but more importantly from the harmony of the clothing with the overall style, decoration and environment of the hotel. Let the hotel dress become a beautiful flowing scenery of the hotel. For example, the interior decoration and eating utensils of Chinese restaurants are always inseparable from carved tables and chairs, antique paintings, bamboo and wood lofts, ingot restaurant flowers, ivory mahogany chopsticks, and fine porcelain dishes and casseroles, all of which have a strong ethnic flavor. If the waiter wears a suit and leather shoes, it is inevitable that the scenery will not be able to reflect the unique charm of Chinese banquet aesthetics. If you wear a cheongsam, the clothing and the environment are unified in style, which will allow guests to enjoy an "original" Chinese cultural enjoyment.
3． Regional characteristics
Beauty itself is multi-layered and complex, and the nation is the world. China is a multi-ethnic country, and its clothing should also present a situation of "a hundred schools of thought contending and flowers blooming together." Hotels should explore regional characteristics according to their own regional conditions and fully express them in clothing: such as the white hats of the Hui nationality, Tube-colored shoes, Uighur Kashi flower hats, Wa ethnic skirts, Miao women's colorful pleated skirts, Jingpo men's black and white bi-color blouses, Sani women's headband scarf, etc., are all very ethnic. Hotels can choose flexibly according to their own actual conditions, instead of sticking to one grid, blindly pursuing the so-called "fashion".
That is to say, hotel clothing should be changed according to the season, and unity should be sought in the change. Because the hotel's air-conditioning equipment keeps the room constant temperature, general hotel clothing can only be different in winter and summer. Clothing in the same season is usually washed every other day, so that each employee only needs three sets of uniforms: one for now, one for replacement, and one for washing. Clothing is usually changed once every two or three years to maintain the "freshness" of the clothing.
Hotel clothing is generally classified into many categories, and the clothing of managers and waiters is generally different. General manager and deputy general manager of the first room and nine departments, the customer service department, the housekeeping department, the catering department, the commodity department, the engineering department, the security department, the personnel department, the finance department, and the recreation department. Each department has different requirements for clothing and apparel. Management and executive costumes will not be the same. Generally speaking, hotel uniforms are more prominent.