Choose Brookes for Workwear this Summer

Ian Brookes, founder of discount workwear specialists eBrookes.co.uk, has once again placed focus on appropriate workwear clothing for this summer. With temperatures set to shift, it is time for the workwear wardrobe to shift with it.

Currently operating in their 8th year of trading, eBrookes.co.uk has firmly established themselves as the destination for discounted workwear, catering for workforces around the UK.

During that time they have learnt a thing or two about the importance of proper attire, not just in looking professional or formal, but for safety reasons too.

“Although during the spring and summer months there is more daylight which is great for labourers and construction workers, there a different kind of safety risks posed by the warmer temperatures,” explained Brookes.

“With higher temperatures, there is a tendency not to wear important safety equipment such as hard hats or clothing with extra padding.”

“It’s understandable to a degree because of the heat, but safety should be the number one concern when working on site,” added Brookes

Brookes offers established work wear brands such as CAT, Dickies and Carhartt and everything from workwear shirts to safety hats. Brookes also offers a tailored clothes personalisation and embroidery service which gives your workwear clothing a personal touch.

Popular with industries such as catering, hospitality, and construction the personalisation service is also popular with sports teams and organisations. And as you can add a branded logo or company information from as little as £1.10 per logo it is easy to see why it is so popular.

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Topman Announce Exclusive Sunglass For Rock You Shades Day

Topman is proud to announce it is producing four exclusive designs of sunglasses to help raise much needed funds and increase awareness for the Teenage Caner Trust and the charity’s Rock Your Shades day on Friday 6th May.

Simon Davies, CEO at Teenage Cancer Trust said: “At Teenage Cancer Trust we are thrilled to be working with Topman to raise awareness and vital funds for young people with cancer. Topman have come on board as supporters for the next three years, the difference they can make will be huge.”

Each style has been designed with the input of young cancer patients who were treated in a Teenage Cancer Trust unit and feature doodles, the former patients initials and drawings of objects that hold a special personal meaning to each individual involved in the design process.

The four sunglasses are divided into two different styles. One, a 50’s retro style wayfarer shape available in black with an all over white graphic and white with a vivid multi-coloured all over graphic. The other, a 70’s style clubmaster shape available with the same graphic design either in white with an all over print or in grey with an internal print only.

Every day six young people in the UK are told they have cancer. Usually placed on a children’s ward or with elderly patients, young people often feel extremely isolated when facing a cancer diagnosis, never meeting another young person going through the same thing. Teenage Cancer Trust believes teenagers shouldn’t stop being teenagers because they have cancer, so it funds and builds specialist units in NHS hospitals that allow young people to be treated together with others their own age, in an environment suited to their needs.

Teenage Cancer Trust units aren’t like ordinary cancer wards. Its home-from-home atmosphere helps create a sense of normality. The state-of-the-art units are bright and vibrant and will often include things like pool tables, jukeboxes, games consoles, computers and webcams, ensuring they can keep in touch with family friends outside hospital.

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Debenhams Highlights Staggering Sales Rise In Low Necklines For Men

Debenhams has reported that for the first time men are using to their advantage what women have known for hundreds of years – that a low neckline can have a hypnotic effect on the opposite sex, sending sales of low cut v necks and their like spiralling.

Inspired by the successes, romantic and otherwise, of the likes of JLS, Peter Andre and Russell Brand, British men are snapping up tops with low necklines – to wear themselves. Sales of revealing men’s tops have doubled over the past year, according to fashion store Debenhams.

No longer opting for the standard crew or v neck, male shoppers are seeing no limits as to ‘how low to go’ and are searching out low scoop neck men’s t-shirts and plunging Y-necked men’s vests, perfect to show off a toned he-vage, the male cleavage.

Their wives and girlfriends are even in on the act, with 68% responding when questioned by the High Street retailer that they do like to see their partners in an outfit which reveals a significant portion of chest*.

Add to this the increase in slimmer-fit shapes and the demand for lightweight cotton styles giving a sheer look, and it appears men are wising up to how to draw female attention to their hard work in the gym and salon.

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