Work uniform

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  1. harunh

    harunh Legend
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    Am thinking of going to primark or something and getting plain hoodies and t-shirts.... and then going to a local business printing shop in town and they can put my logo and everything on for me.

    Would this be a good idea?

    The clothes are cheap from primark anyway and they charge about 12 pound to put it on :D
     
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  2. jambo113

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    yer primarks ok asda is good aswell i got some really smart blue polo shirts from there for 5 quid each and got them printed for 6 quid a piece. its definately worth doing you stand out from the rest and you look more profesional
     
  3. Belfastcleaning

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    Dunnes stores
     
  4. laddergarder

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    strauss direct, and get it all done under the one roof.
     
  5. Masons

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    Try Arco, they always have an offer on.

    I wear Snickers trousers.

    Polo shirts (bought 5 hardcore tough shirts from Arco £10 for 5, steal)

    Hoodie from Asda, £20 and it durable, same colour as snickers trousers and my shirts.

    Sorted.
     
  6. Paul

    Paul Guest

    Shirt a tie that will do the job H
     
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