People have a way of making statements with their apparel. Whether good, bad, mean and even ugly. One thing I am sure that we can all agree on. Especially as Americans. And it is true we are not afraid to exercise our freedom of expression. And using clothing to do it is one of many ways we can do so. It doesn’t matter the garment type.
Whether that be headwear:
- Bucket hats
- Work hats
- Hard hats
- Face masks
There are multiple approaches to expression. That could be by embroidery, sewn patches, or by heat transfer. There are other places of expression in apparel as it pertains to the upper body:
- Work Shirts
Other ways to apply custom apparel is by screen printing, DTF or DTG. Direct to film or direct to garment. There are other specialized options that can really make your expression stand out should you choose to customize apparel for the lower body:
- Work pants
Inside the scope of other customizable options there really is no end in site when it comes to creativity. The challenge is being able to transfer the imagination from your head into art form and then converting the art into a digital format and from there the process of getting it to the garment. From the perspective of a customer or consumer who just wants it done may not have a clue as to what it took for the designer to bring the idea to life.
The hours of research. And the trial and error. From humble beginnings to professional. All businesses that have stood the test of time go through that initial learning curve. The curve contains all pain points and frustrations. And of course growing pains. Can you imagine?