KENTAUR – the different waiter wear
In collaboration with KENTAUR. My dears, my lovely husband works in a restaurant, currently at Kussmaul, I introduced this wonderful location in Vienna lately to you on the blog, so I thought it would be nice to take a look at the fashion in this industry. When thinking of the last decade I remember that Iwan was wearing most of the time white shirts and black trousers. Only in few cases the shirts has been branded with the name or logo of the restaurant he worked for. Not that fashionable right? But it doesn’t have to be this way, like the brand KENTAUR claims.
Classic and elegant? Yes! But looking like everyone else with no memorability? No!
Especially casual restaurants should prefer casual clothing and go more with fashion. Finding the right balance between classic and casual is the key. And how about other colors beyond white and black? Of course no neon shades, but what about red, light blue or navy blue, grey, chambrey green, melange, bordeaux? Ain’t these all suitable colors for the food industry too? There’s one thing I really don’t like about the classic white shirts at all and this is that ironing them ain’t easy at all – one more great reason to explore other materials and to go with more casual fabrics. It just makes life easier! That kind of work wear, like waiter wear, you’ll find at KENTAUR, a label with production in Denmark, Serbia, Norway and Poland, that is going to celebrate 30 years anniversary in January 2020.
The Danish brand KENTAUR is specialized in work wear in the European market and creates value for textile services through innovation, design and quality.
What do you think about clothing for waiter and waitresses? Do you prefer the classic white and black look or could it be a bit more fashionable?