For those who are a little behind though, there’s no need to panic – yet. Whilst there is still time to order all your branded goodies and giveaways for the holidays, there’s a little less time to make sure you’re equipped for the winter chill. With longer lead times, you’re not going to want to wait for the temperature to continue to plummet or worse – snowfall - to order your winter branded clothing. Not sure where to start? We’ve prepared a list of recommendations for all your clothing needs to keep you and your employees nice and cosy this Christmas.
You’re not going to be heading out in a t-shirt anytime soon. Whether you’re still looking to get the steps in on a long winter stroll or you only feel like popping to the shops, you’re going to need a jacket that protects you from the cold whilst looking great. Our selection of suppliers have a fantastic range of lightweight, waterproof, and breathable jackets that don’t sacrifice warmth in the process, helping to keep the worst of the winter weather at bay.
Easy to wear under something a bit bigger or by itself, softshell jackets are a fantastic option to double up on outer layers for maximum warmth. We can supply a range of different options that can be waterproof or windproof, with all of them being winterproof. From a hooded softshell for extra protection, to fleeces and gilets, all that’s missing to these sleek and minimal designs is your company logo.
Bobble or no bobble. Whatever your personal preference, we can supply a range of hats and beanies to keep your heard warm and protected this winter. Helping you and your employees avoid the chill and any unwanted colds or flu’s that comes with it, the ribbed cuffs available in the range of hats and beanies allows for brilliant branding options and opportunities.
No winter wardrobe would be complete without a quintessential scarf. Whatever style you’re after that works best with your brand, we can help source and produce the right design for you. Our lightweight, thermal options can help guarantee that your employees don’t leave anything exposed this winter.
Just because it wouldn’t quite be Christmas without the jumper…