In case you missed it. i Served My Country What Did You Do American Flag Shirt We kicked off our Design Innovation Series: Street Fleece Edition on YouTube by going over the basics of printing on fleece fabric. So if you missed it, we recapped it in last week’s blog that you can check out here. This week, we’re diving into design trends. More specifically? Applying a neon print to a neutral garment. Neons are hot right now, but wearing a neon hoodie while a bold look, is not the most wearable thing in the world. Our solution: pair it with a neutral. This combo is a win in our book because it’s understated and brings an element of color to a sophisticated color palette. We aren’t the only ones who are a fan of this look either. We scoped this color combo out on our favorite department stores. Sold yet? Keep reading to see how it’s done.
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Brett explains the importance of steering people to using premium garments. i Served My Country What Did You Do American Flag Shirt He says We don’t quote the lower level of garments for our customers. When a customer comes to us and says we want 10,000 shirts, we say use BELLA+CANVAS 3001. It’s not that much more expensive, but in the long run, you get a huge amount of impressions. People will actually wear that shirt and maybe even call it their favorite T-Shirt. The investment will pay in dividends down the road. When you chose a premium basic over a trade basic, you’re setting yourself up to create a consistent and high-quality experience for your customers. When a garment is soft, fits well and looks great, people will wear it again and again, essentially becoming a walking billboard for your company providing significant impressions that convert to end-user sales! Once the customer has decided on the shirt and the designer has created something specifically for that garment, the next decision is the type of ink. Is it a 100% cotton shirt or a shirt that will discharge well? Are you printing for a big brand that needs complete Pantone accuracy? If so, you might want to revert to a plastisol ink to make sure you’re spot on with color matching every time.
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