If you want to look different from others when walking on the streets, custom shirts are your best choice. As the name indicates, custom shirts enable you to stand out and flaunt your decent personality in the society in a unique way. If you want to create a new sense of style, custom embroidered shirts are the ideal option for you.
Custom embroidered shirts are walking advertisements. As promotional items, custom shirts imprint your brand into the mind of your customers. Custom embroidered shirts allow you to showcase your business logo and contact details, while providing you with a look that no one else can match.
When it comes to custom shirts design and production, you should keep a few things in mind. First, the advent of digital print technology has changed the way that many people are now having their custom shirts made. This means that instead of constructing silk screen frames that can take time and money the image is simply scanned into the printer's memory. Second, silk screening still has its place and there are some things that can be done by silk screening that can't be done with a digital printer. For instance, while smaller orders are more cost effective with a digital printer, larger numbers of custom shirts can be done more efficiently by silk screening.
Custom shirts show your character and personality. But for some people who have higher requirements, adding extra accents is of great importance and also very challenging. So how to make your custom shirts look more stylish? Here are some interesting ways.
Consider the inner cuff and collar lining of your shirt as a potential spot to insert accent fabrics for a shirt that's more subtle and understated. Inner cuffs and collar accents allow for more creativity and experimentation. Less noticeable than full cuff and collar accents, contrasting inner fabrics can easily be brighter and bolder without clashing with the rest of the shirt. Furthermore, depending on how you wear your shirt, you can show off the inner lining as much or as little as you want, making the entire piece more versatile than a traditional contrast collar shirt.
Chest pockets are controversial. Many people like them while others don't. If you're in the first group, you'd better choose pocket fabric that at least matches the texture or pattern of your base fabric. For solid colored shirts, try to stay with complimentary colors or pair bright colors with neutral ones such as white, black and grey.
About the yoke. A yoke with contrast fabric will only look good on a casual shirt, so stick with casual, solid colored fabrics. Next, try to keep your yoke fabric as close as possible to the rest of your shirt. If you can stick with two different shades of the same color, then different colors with the same tone will look much better than, say, pale pink with burgundy red.