Uniform?

Kuwait
January 14, 2008 12:59am CST
Hello guys i just want to ask if any one can give me any idea about uniform for my staff,actualy it will be front office reception, so i need like a formal suit, what do you think about skirt or pans with the jacket, how about the color. anyone can give me hand on this.... Thank you in advance
5 responses
@nichole1983 (1187)
• Canada
14 Jan 08
What kind of business is this? It will help to making a decision that will be best. I have some ideas that come to mind but I just need to know what kind of business it is?
• Kuwait
14 Jan 08
Hello nicole, thanks in advance, actually this bussiness in hotel, also it my first time to be a Front office Manager, they give me this pocession so i want to try my best to have a good looking receptionist. in my experience i work how many years in hotel bussiness but as a receptionist also but they give me a chance to to be FOM. wish me luck :) but dont forget my uniform
• Canada
15 Jan 08
Depending on what kind of hotel it is? Like what are the theme colors of the hotel. For just a basic hotel clerk I would suggest you go with black pants / skirt. (leave that option up to the employee as I am sure there are girls and guys doing this. Get a nice dress slack. Something that is comfortable and will make everyone feel comfortable. Big or small it doesn't matter. Black is also very slimming. Take white dress blouses not shirts unless you have guys working there go with dress shirt. You can pick from tons and tons of different white blouses/shirts that look great. Go with a nice black overcoat. They can be anything from blazers to a nice form fitting little black jacket for women as men won't wear them. In my experience of different hotels I have noticed alot of hotels wearing ties. Doesn't matter if it a girl or guy. But it just brings it out. You can pick a nice baby blue or whatever you like. It will also set if off very nice. You don't have to choose a tie, but if there are males working there pick a solid white shirt and have them wear a tie. If it's just female pick a white base shirt with some flare but make sure it is acceptable. If you can give me some additional information about the hotel. What kind of a hotel? How many guests it holds up to? Is it busy? What are all the departments you need uniforms for? Front desk? Bell hop? Etc.
@bagumbayan (2705)
• Philippines
21 Jan 08
I am not into fashion but I suggest you follow whats the uniform of the whole office. The color must at least be relative to the color of the office. If the office deals with business dealings a formal suit will be alright, if it is a hotel or resort something colorful will be alright.
• Kuwait
18 Jan 08
Actually i like the uniform that you had in Jazz Hotel,, Its so formal,elegant and neat to be honest.. but we just need to figure out if tie or scarf is preferable.. we have to check on catalogue on latrest fashion...
@zer0charly (5616)
• Philippines
14 Jan 08
Hi there..your front desk receptionist will look more formal and attractive if they are wearing a skirt and a blouse.like the employees on banks.like banco de oro. the color of their uniform and the style.they dont have any suit.but a pair of skirt and blouse.and blue in color.check their uniform on their site..and get some idea.hope this will help.
@suehan1 (4355)
• Australia
14 Jan 08
i think you need to look at a style that would suit every size and shape on your staff.either pants with a nice shirt and jacket or blazer.or skirts with the same top and blazer.if you give them the option of a few combinations that are all uniform.even a nice stylish dress with a blazer would look professional.cheers sue