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When done right, custom tees become walking billboards people actually want to wear. Does your brand need custom t-shirts? If so, you’ll need to choose styles and cuts that flatter a range of body types. Learn why you’ll need different styles of custom t-shirts to represent your company’s brand. You can also call us with any questions you might have.
Unisex t-shirts can easily accommodate a large group of people for a one-time event. However, you’ll want to invest in different cuts and fits if you want people to continue wearing your customized shirts.
When a shirt doesn’t fit right, it’s pushed to the back of the closet until it’s eventually tossed or donated. Your target audience is more likely to continue wearing custom t-shirts that complement your brand, look flattering, and fit comfortably.
The classic tee is a wardrobe staple, but is it the best way to show off your brand? For example, it makes more sense for a yoga studio to print their logo on tank tops than fleece sweaters. As a t-shirt printing company, we can help your brand appeal to a wider range of people by printing on different styles and fits.
Not all customized shirts look the same, even when they’re the same size and fit. Make sure you triple check the differences in size between clothing brands before ordering custom tees. Otherwise, you could end up with sizes that are bigger or smaller than what you expected. For example, junior sizes are cut smaller and fit tighter than women sizes.
Do you know whether more of your customers are male or female? The answer will affect the styles and cuts you choose for your custom t-shirts. Check with our t-shirt printing company prior to choosing garments, especially if we’ll be printing on both men’s and women’s tees. Otherwise, the screens we build to print men’s tees could be too big for the women’s tees.
People are more likely to wear your custom t-shirts when the fit is flattering and comfortable. How the shirt fits also determines when people choose to wear them. For example, women often wear shapeless shirts to bum around the house or sweat at the gym. Depending on your brand, these contexts may not be the most flattering for your company. We recommend choosing t-shirt styles that flatter different body types, as well as your brand.
You’re more likely to wear company logo shirts when they fit well. Fortunately, we’re able to print your design on different cuts and styles of custom tees to flatter a range of body types. The goal of any custom t-shirt printing should be to create clothing people actually want to wear.
Our t-shirt printing company is conveniently located in Byron Center, serving all of West Michigan. To learn more about our t-shirt screen screening process or to order custom t-shirts, call SportingU at (616) 730-1614.