Printing black ink on a black t-shirt is a really sleek look. When done right, your design can come off as really bold and unique, while staying minimal and neutral in appearance. The key, however, is doing it right.
The cold weather months are here and that means one thing: it’s hoodie season! Whether you’re a clothing line or a corporation, custom hoodies are a great way to diversify your apparel line, and offer something new to your customers or employees. Watch our newest video to check out a couple of our favorite super soft hoodies that will keep you warm and cozy this holiday season.
If you’ve never heard of graphic designer Mackey Saturday, odds are you still interact with his work daily. He has worked with brands like Disney and Nike, as well as designed the logos of Instagram, Oculus, Silk, and even Real Thread.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are right around the corner, signaling the beginning of the busiest season of the year for e-commerce retailers. According to eMarketer, online retail sales during the holiday season accounted for a record 10.6% of total retail sales in the US for the entire year. That number is only expected to grow as more and more people shift their purchasing habits to online, carving out the perfect opportunity for you to boost your sales during the holiday season.
That being said, here’s 11 e-commerce marketing tips to help you take advantage of the Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the rest of the holiday season.
Great t-shirt design can accomplish a lot of things. Ideally, your t-shirt should represent your brand well, look fantastic, and clearly communicate a message that makes the wearer proud. When aiming to create a t-shirt design with all of these elements, there is perhaps nothing more important than choosing the perfect typeface(s). Check out our guide to effectively using fonts in your t-shirt designs, plus 10 free font downloads.
Wide neck, scoop neck, that-new-trendy-style neck; this new t-shirt style goes by a lot of names. Whatever you want to call it, there’s one thing we can all agree on one — they’re in right now. Check out our video review, and recommendations of our favorite scoop neck t-shirt products.
Fall is a time of transition. Weather changes from hot to cool, leaves change from green to brown, and every food changes from normal to pumpkin. So in the spirit of Fall, why not make some changes in your custom apparel as well? Here’s a list of our four favorite t-shirt alternatives that are perfect to try out this Fall.
There’s nothing better than a nice, worn-in t-shirt. Don’t get me wrong, a fresh new shirt with bright, vibrant colors is great as well, but there’s a unique feeling about a wonderfully worn t-shirt that you keep around for years. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could create that look and feel right away though? Well, we’ve got a secret for you: you can.
Ordering women’s t-shirts is notoriously tricky. Each cut is unique, and each person even more so, which can make finding the perfect sizes, fits and styles an exhausting task. If you’re not a t-shirt expert, you’ll have no clue about the weird quirks that comes with each specific shirt, and the tricks that help you order the right ones. Luckily, we know some t-shirt experts.
To help, we decided to ask three of the women at Real Thread HQ to share their best advice on ordering women’s custom t-shirts, and what you can do to make sure you get a t-shirt that you’ll love.
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