Posted on 3rd Aug 2011 @ 9:50 PM
Dress Your Staff in Sexy Swag!
This sassy business offers restaurants and bars an expansive line of fun and comfortable waitress uniforms. Terra Watson, owner and creator of Breastaurant Uniforms™, started the company after recognizing the emerging restaurant market and the demand for sexy, comfortable uniforms. As a former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader turned uniform designer, Watson is familiar with what girls in uniform require of their attire, and she used this knowledge to create versatile uniforms that are both fashionable and functional. It is this concept that is at the heart of Breastaurant Uniform's mission.
It is the care that Breastaurant Uniforms bestows on its product that distinguishes it as an exceptional company. "If your outfit doesn't fit well, it doesn't matter how well you take care of yourself," says Watson, who goes on to describe how, "none of our shorts or skirts have elastic in them. They are cut and designed just perfectly to hug your body.'" Watson has even developed a specific fabric designed to never shrink and never fade while being comfortable to wear. She has created a myriad of pieces that can be mixed and matched including tops, shorts, skirts, skorts, dresses, and accessories (all of which can be done in custom colors with business logos), giving restaurants the ability to choose what best works for their establishment.
With only a six item minimum, Breastaurant Uniforms makes it easy for a bar or restaurant of any size to have a comfortable, custom look. This is especially great considering the new line of holiday wear Breastaurant has coming out this fall. "You can dress the girls up just for Christmas without making a big investment because our minimums are so low." In conce
rt with low minimums is low cost. Breastaurant Uniform pieces run from $23.50 to $60.00 (whereas other restaurant uniforms can run up to $175.00 a piece).
Watson also offers the option to order custom uniforms made specifically to fit the theme of a bar or restaurant. The adorable little number dressing the girls at the Twin Peaks franshise restaurants nationwide is one such custom creation. "If you think about it, Twin Peaks wouldn't be Twin Peaks if they had shorts and a tee-shirt," says Watson. In the May 2011 press release for Breastaurant Uniforms, Randy Dewitt, CEO of Twin Peaks Restaurants remarked, "The 'sexy lumberjack' look created by Breastaurant Uniforms gave us the look to base our entire concept on and, essentially, created our brand."
In addition to eye catching crop-tops, Breastaurant Uniforms also offers sweet tank tops that provide a cute alternative to the usual tee-shirt, and sleek dresses that will highlight your bar's class and style. "The look of your staff is probably more important than anything," says Watson. "The servers are one thing that can really make it or break it for a place." Whatever crowd you're pursuing, Breastaurant Uniforms are sure to be a hit. After all, says Watson, "Everyone would rather dine with beautiful surroundings."
To see all of the fabulous options Breastaurant Uniforms offers, go towww.breastaurantuniforms.com and use the exclusive Bar Business promo code 'BARBIZ' for 15% of your order. Be sure to check back for their new fall and holiday lines!