The benefits of custom embroidered apparel

Embroidered apparel can help your company stand out in a variety of situations. Whether you're attending a tradeshow or welcoming new hires, embroidered shirts, hats, and backpacks can give you a polished, professional look. And with so many embroidery options available, it's easy to find a style that suits your needs. 

Following these tips will help you create custom embroidered apparel that looks sharp and makes a great impression.

Tip #1: Use simple bold graphics and lettering

Your logo should be an integral part of your brand, so make sure that when people glance at it for the first time they can figure out exactly what you want them to. Keep things simple and clean with bold graphics or lettering in order not only look good but also stand apart from other logos on apparel products.

Tip #2: Select fonts that help your embroidered text or logo stand out

It's important to use the right typeface for your embroidered logo. You'll want something that will show up well on all types of garments, so don't pick just any old font - you may need two or three different ones!

If bolded text isn’t working out like expected due in part by its size (it could be tricky), then consider using a more standard-sized version instead; this should help make sure everyone understands what they're seeing without struggling too much with readability at first glance

For best results, embroidery text should be bold, block letters at least 1/4″ tall. If you use a script or thin font, make sure letters are at least 3/8″ tall. If you need an embroidered logo or text in outlined fonts or with drop shadows, make sure they’re at least 1/2″ tall.

Tip #3: Choose thread colors that helps your logo or text pop

When considering the colors in your logo, be sure to take into account how they appear on different materials. Experienced digitizers will compensate for this by using a slightly lighter or darker thread color depending upon what is being decorated with it so that you can get an accurate representation of their design no matter where its composed!

The use of color-changing gradients in designs is a great way to add depth and dimension. If the original artwork has an orange/yellow blend, then digitizers may include reds as well for that extra pop!

Tip #4: Select your customized apparel design area size

The embroidery on apparel products is typically limited to a four-inch area. However, the size and shape of this initial design can vary greatly depending upon what you want included in your custom logo or message!

Choosing customer embroidered apparel

Embroidered apparel offers a durable, professional touch to any outfit. With textured designs and colors that stand up well against repeated washings you can be sure your organization will love them!

A little extra thought put into choosing the right font or pattern ensures high quality embroidery for all of our customers' needs—whether it's employee uniforms at trade shows or custom gifts needed by businesses owners looking for something special."

Contact our customer service team at 407-222-7354 with any questions you may have. We look forward to speaking to you soon!