BRIGHT AND BOLD TRADIES
TWO tradies with a passion for bright and bold prints are making waves at job sites.
Ed Ross and Dan Allen, builders with 15 years combined experience, established clothing range Trademutt early this year.
Last Thursday the two were guest speakers at a Young Beef Producers Dinner in Roma, where they talked about the importance of speaking up about mental health, one of the driving forces for starting the colourful workwear.
Trademutt is a progressive social enterprise that creates quality, hard-wearing workwear for hard-working Australian men and women.
“We were sick of wearing the same old boring thing to work so we had this idea of some vibrant workwear that was built tough,” Mr Ross said.
Mr Ross and Mr Allen hope their brand will re-shape the image of tradespeople, and in doing so, help start conversations about mental health in Australia.
Trademutt uses bold and vibrant prints to make an invisible issue impossible to avoid, facilitating conversations while maintaining a fun and light-hearted approach.
Next month it will release a new range of colours for Christmas.
BRIGHT PAIR: Trademutt founders Ed Ross and Dan Allen at the Young Beef Producers Dinner.