If that is the case, then you must make sure you look the part and that requires cleanliness at all levels. This also stretches to your catering clothing. How you present yourself and your colleagues while serving, making or preparing food is so important. It gives the client or customer that much more faith in you that if you look presentable and clean then the likelihood is that the food will also be the same.
It is a good idea for bar staff to wear an apron tied around the waist over smart, normally black shirts and trousers or skirts. This means you can wipe your hands whenever you want, from small spillages to mopping up liquid from a turned over glass.
Trousers with a flat front are ideal as they do not get in the way of your work with any fussy detail or snagging buttons. Being easy to wash and durable is a must as anyone in the catering business will know because these sorts of clothes get much more of a battering than ordinary clothes.
Chefs normally wear white because it shows a level of cleanliness and tabards that have pockets are useful for people like dinner ladies. But the top seller is that if your catering clothing is smart and comfortable then you really cannot go far wrong.