Dress to impress!

Why not be a walking advert for your business! Branded garments are an excellent way of self promotion and letting everybody know who you are. Not only do they look smart but team members in matching branded uniforms are easily identifiable at events or in busy restaurants and offices. We don’t just do T-Shirts either! We cover everything from your office shirts, polo shirts, fleeces and sweatshirts to body warmers, jackets and safety wear such as high viz waistcoats and jackets to hard hats. Work in hospitality or the beauty industry? We’ve got that covered too, from aprons to tunics.

We offer embroidery, screen print, cut vinyl, printed vinyl and sublimation so there is something to suit every garment. But which one? With a massive catalogue available, have a chat with a member of the team who will happily discuss suitable garments and print options with you. The colour choices and sizes are endless too!

So whether its your office staff, event crew, production team or just you, we have the answer to keeping you looking smart and professional.

Screen print

Perfect for large volume runs, screen printing can achieve fine detail and can be up to four colours. Heat is involved in this form of production.

Cut Vinyl

Just want a single colour name or shape? Cut vinyl is the perfect process for this. Each letter is individually cut out and heat pressed on. This process is ideal for small quantities or personalising garments. A wide range of colours are available so chat to a team member to get your perfect shade.

Printed Vinyl

This process is great for full colour logos and images. We print directly onto the vinyl cut to shape and heat press on.


Embroidered Work Shirt

This durable process offers the most professional finish and is great for work wear in and outside the office. We have a massive choice of thread colours available so we can match your logo as close as possible.


Sublimation is a softer option to vinyl and good for full colour logos and images without leaving any edge lines. The process requires the use of specialist garments. Heat is involved in this form of production.