T-shirt screen-printing tips that gets you noticed
Did you know that 95% of all Americans wear t-shirts? The T-Shirt is arguably the most significant fashion trend of the 21st century, and is one of the most profitable marketing strategies for growing your business.
Thanks to its profitable fit for anyone looking to order t-shirts in a bulk capacity (think 25 or more), t-shirt screen printing is perfect for a growing your business, stocking up on employee gear, or ordering volunteer t-shirts for your event or non-profit.
T-shirt screen-printing trends to grow your client base
Simple one-color prints cast a wider net
One-color shirts with a fairly neutral color are universal, and more appealing to a large group of people. T-Shirt screen-printing with colors like black, white, and grey is a simple way to advertise your company, inspire conversations about what you are offering, and visually connect with customers. Neutral shirts a cheaper to produce too!
Tip: If you require your employees to wear branded apparel, they’ll showcase your brand everywhere they go. Equip them with a powerful 30-second elevator pitch, and have them hand out business cards to everyone who asks them about their shirt.
Check out some of the top benefits of having branded apparel for your business.
The look is important. The feel is everything
A great looking shirt might help you get your foot in the door, but a shirt that feels great is what will make people want to wear your brand again and again. T-shirts screen-printing can be done on all sorts of fabrics and materials. Spending a little extra for high quality shirts translates to more publicity because the people that receive them will recognize that they aren’t just “throwaway” shirts intended for publicity purposes.
Tip: A t-shirt travels as far as the person wearing it and can be seen even in places your marketing campaigns cannot reach. Don’t be afraid to hand out more than one shirt to somebody—they might give it to a friend, or leave it at the gym for someone else to take.
Unisex shirts are holding you back
If you want women to wear your brand, it’s going to take more effort than doing a run of unisex t-shirts and calling it a day. A simple enough thing to do, but often gets neglected when people are ordering custom t-shirts. As a whole, unisex and women’s cut tees usually end up costing the same amount.
Tip: Print a design that works on both a men’s and women’s T-Shirt. When you’re printing the same design, the price per shirt doesn’t change at all.