STYLEMONARCHY Spa Uniforms: A reference for High-Quality Designer Look Spa Uniforms.
Posted on 20 April 2017
STYLEMONARCHY Spa Uniforms is quickly becoming a reference for High-Quality Designer Look Spa and Beauty Uniforms. Its elegant, comfortable and stylish designs use state-of-the-art fabrics, specially created for uniforms use, and resist high temperatures and numerous washes without fading, deforming or pilling to name a few. STYLEMONARCHY Spa Uniforms look therefore impeccable for a very long time.
Interviewed for the "Looking Good" article in the March Issue of American Spa Magazine, the article stresses the importance of looking good for spa workers in order to establish confidence and long lasting relationships with customers. An excerpt of the article is featured below. For the full article, visit American Spa Magazine.
THE WISE OLD SAYING IS THAT first impressions are the most lasting, and a good one is a valuable tool for success, especially when it comes to running a business. “Whether we like it or not, we all judge people right away at first glance,” says Brigitte Bullon, cofounder and vice president of marketing of StyleMonarchy. “We may change our opinion after knowing someone further, but our brain always gets a first impression, whether we realize it or not.” Especially in the spa industry, one expects to open the doors of a spa and automatically experience a sense of comfort, peace, and relaxation. “Image is an important factor in today’s society,” says Bullon. “Customers’ perception of the quality of services they will get is influenced by the overall image of the spa, including the way spa professionals are dressed. Professionals in the spa, wellness, and beauty industries need to look their best in order to convey quality and value to their customers, as well as a feeling of beauty and wellbeing.Their image is their brand, and it is important they take care of it.”
DON’T believe the saying “they are only uniforms.” Says StyleMonarchy's Brigitte Bullon, “Quality uniforms translate into positive impressions, which in turn translate into satisfied customers, repetitive customers, and sales.”DON’T think that only the quality of
the services is important. “Customers see everything in the spa,” says Bullon. “Uniforms need to be in-sync with the atmosphere of the spa. They need to be polished, look good on the spa workers, and be in harmony with the decor of the spa.”