Day Seven (D7) is serving up innovative industry-intended designer uniforms for the contemporary global hospitality market.
Customer's first and last impressions are long-lasting with these elevated uniforms custom designed for comfort, confidence and style.
Founder Molly Kent has years of experience and knowledge from working in the industry.
In addition to Kent's individualistic and personal approach to each and every client, her attention to detail and close alignment with each project's vision is apparent in D7's custom-design services. From concealed terry-towelling wiping panels and snap buttons for ease of don and doffing at the end of a hard day to shirt cuffs in stretchy cotton ribbing to pull up and down fiddle-free or on the go.
Breathable, moveable fabric are just some of the ways D7 is not only providing a uniform solution for hospitality workers but also changing the game of traditional hospitality workwear at large.
After her colleagues what they could change or improve in uniforms, Kent noticed the unchanged industry culture was a big factor. She said it was not surprising, given she felt the same while on the job and developing D7.
The modern workwear designer believes front-of-house staff should be a priority when considering customer experiences as they are the walking, talking billboards of service, success, and experience.
Manufactured in Melbourne, Australia, D7 is proudly committed to a made-to-order business model to prevent wastage and excess.