Custom clothing for your company- (Read before you order!)
Budget embroidery has been providing great service in embroidery services for a long time now, we have come across an array of eye-catching designs, logos, and artwork for brands of all sizes.
Our time spent with both individual and group customers has given us a clear understanding of the importance of branding.
Budget embroidery believes that, whether you’re an entrepreneur yourself or work for a larger organisation, the logo you choose — and how you wear it — can make all the difference.
There are so many ways clothing can sell your brand, so we’ve gone back through the archives to find some examples by past customers of ours and have come up with a list that will help you to decide on your designs.
- Refuse to Blend In
Bright colours and bold designs are bound to pique onlookers’ interest. Combine the two, and you’re essentially guaranteed to get noticed.
- Less is More
That being said, bold doesn’t have to mean busy. Pick designs that are easy to understand and less cluttered.
- Vintage Vectors
If minimalism isn’t really your style, you can always opt for a more detailed aesthetic. Old vector drawings are a classic example of this, being full of lines without overwhelming the eyes.
- Groovy Graphics
If you’re interested in printing your own artwork to sell to consumers, we can help you with that, too!
- Illustrate Your Purpose
Save both your and your future clients’ time by incorporating an illustration of exactly what your brand does within your logo.
At the end of the day, you know your brand better than anyone else. Only you can really know what you need and want to say. But I believe looking at these examples teaches us a few universal lessons:
- Say as much as you can as concisely as possible; a picture is worth a thousand words, after all
- Don’t be afraid to get noticed; aspire to it
- Tell your story
And if you’re looking to get started, or even just see what’s possible, check out the Budget Embroidery website and have fun exploring your options.
- Harish Sabnani