As the years have gone by, when it comes to fashion in the workplace, each generation of workers has become more and more relaxed. No longer is the suit and tie, or traditional dresses the norm for people to wear at the office. Dress codes have become much more casual, to the point where even athleisure fashion has found its way into the workplace.
Along with this relaxation in dress codes, comes a need for a more versatile wardrobe. Today’s young generation of workers prefer a modern fit, a little more color, and something they can feel comfortable using at the office, on the green, and during a night out on the town. However, because many companies are filled with employees from old generations and new, it can be challenging to find a suitable uniform that everyone can feel good about wearing.
Enter Prim + Preux. A new brand ready to tackle this exact problem, with a line of apparel made to satisfy the tastes of young workers and help the older generation look a little more modern in something they can feel comfortable wearing. Here’s a quick look at what the collection has to offer.
Each style is equipped with Ultraviolet Protection rated at UPF 30+. How does this help? You can take any Prim + Preux style straight from the office to the green, for an impromptu round of golf, with protection from those rays of sunshine.
All the Fabric Options You Love.
Any fabric combination you’d love for you polo, is available in this collection – Pima cotton and 100% polyester interlock, for durability and longevity; Cotton with spandex, for a comfortable stretch; and 65/35 cotton/poly for a more traditional blend.
The Right Companions.
Every great polo needs a great companion, and Prim + Preux has one for all of their core styles.
Your corporate clients will find something that employees of all ages can feel comfortable in, with styles that feature color-blocking, piping accents, heathered textures, 1/4 zips, moisture wicking and anti-microbial properties.
See the entire collection HERE.
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