Our Kiwibank Wardrobe

To better reflect modern Aotearoa, we've collaborated with five leading local designers Barkers, Jen Sievers, Kiri Nathan, Little Yellow Bird and Standard Issue, to reimagine the workplace wardrobe.
Kiwibank wardrobe group shot

After more than a decade since our last significant workwear change, ​we've ​​decided to move away from a traditional uniform to launch a work wardrobe that puts our people and their diverse and varied needs first. The new 46-piece collection considers choice, accessibility, gender neutrality, and cultural and religious preferences to encourage our people to express their individuality.

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We know our people do their best work when they feel confident and a strong sense of belonging to their team, it's one of the many steps Kiwibank is taking to become an employer of choice while delivering on our purpose of making Kiwi better off.

The new wardrobe allows for Kiwibank team members to mix and match items to curate their own unique looks, whilst still strongly representing the Kiwibank brand. It has been designed to evolve over time, adding in new garments and designs that reflect current cultural demands, as well as fashion trends and evolutions in fabrics.

Kiwibanker in new uniform 8

I like wearing the hijab to work. I also wear long sleeves when wearing a hijab as it's part of my religion.
Tahmina, Banking Assistant