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UK's Incorporatewear bags best bespoke uniform award
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May '12
Incorporatewear, the UK's premier corporate clothing company, is celebrating after securing the top two places in this year's prestigious Best Bespoke Uniform Award at the Professional Clothing Awards, held at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.

Winner of Best Bespoke Uniform Award was Specsavers' corporatewear collection and the award received by Senior Purchasing Manager, Damian Roberts, and Incorporatewear's Head of Business Development, Charlotte Jay.

The award recognises excellence in corporatewear design, fit and quality and reflects nearly two years of research, development and delivery by Incorporatewear. The judging panel was also keen to praise the breadth of choice within the collection as well as its innovative use of fabrics and colour.

Runner-up in the same category was Nationwide Building Society, a client of Incorporatewear for over a decade, with their 2012 collection which has seen a return to core brand colours in a modern and professional collection. Shelley Arnett, Nationwide's Corporate Clothing Manager and Incorporatewear Account Manager, Karen Lamb, received the award with the judges noting a high commitment to wearer comfort and style.

Chris Wood, Incorporatewear's Managing Director was delighted: “These awards pay tribute to Specsavers and Nationwide but, of course, are a wonderful achievement for Incorporatewear and testament to the hard work and commitment shown by all those involved.”

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