When done right, custom embroidered apparel hangs up in high-end stores and are rung through the till at a matching high-end price point. Ka-ching!
Apparel Embroidery Has Gone Beyond the Office
Once upon a time custom embroidered apparel was restricted to plain-old, boring as you like corporate uniforms. Urgh. How times change. Nowadays every brand wants in on the action – from fitness wear to festival apparel. It’s bold, bright and seriously hard-wearing (which is why businesses continue to choose embroidered corporate apparel). It also rocks texture and raised, funky 3D design.
Custom Embroidered Apparel Case Studies
Think thousands of vibrant threads, tightly constructed together, creating a 3-D design that can detail graphics, logos and messaging. Think color, versatility, and durability. That’s what custom embroidered apparel is all about.
Business apparel embroidery can be the primary process, or applied on top of screen printing (see, we told you it was versatile). For hats, it’s usually the primary process. While for shirts, we need a digital file to break down the embroidery almost stich by stich. The more stiches, the higher the cost. But we always (always) use premium threads (there’s that source of the durability).