When it comes to custom embroidered shirts, there are several options -- polos, button-ups, and... t-shirts!
Why custom embroider a t-shirt? If you love the professional look of custom embroidery, but feel that even a polo is too formal, custom embroidered tees are a great alternative. This makes it a good option for certain service jobs, such as attendants.
But, more than anything, you might want one because it's different (while still offering a professional appearance).
Because you're less likely to see embroidered t-shirts than printed t-shirts or other embroidered shirt styles, a custom embroidered t-shirt is more likely to stand out in the viewer's mind. In some cases, the idea may seem so unusual to the person that it's impossible to not notice, particularly when they've never seen an embroidered t-shirt before.
Beyond that, custom embroidery has a bit of texture to it, making it look like it's popping off the shirt (because it is). A lot of people absolutely LOVE this effect, and who can blame them? A great embroidery can be dazzling, and might leave more of an impression than an oversized printed design.
The other cool thing about embroidery is that you have a more colorful, vibrant design. How, you ask? Because there are very few limitations on the number of colors you can have in a design. When screen printing, you can only apply so many colors (and each color adds to your price). As for digital printing, you can have a wide variety of colors, but they often look muted. However, custom embroidery lets you have lots of colors AND those colors are bright... and none of that affects your price! (Because the cost of embroidery is determined by the stitch count (ie, amount of thread used) instead of the color.)
When designing your own custom embroidered shirts, you'll probably default to choosing a short-sleeve shirt. However, that isn't your only option.
Custom embroidered long sleeve t shirts are great for outdoor workers (and outdoor activities in general), as well for cooler places. For example, if you have employees wearing around refrigerated areas, it might make sense to give them a uniform with long sleeves. Or if you lead a hiking group or other outdoors club, you might want matching embroidered shirts.
One of the big fears when it comes to saving money on a custom embroidered shirt order is that you're sacrificing quality. After all, many of us grew up hearing the old adage, "You get what you pay for" -- which suggests things that cost less are either of inferior quality or an outright scam. However, nothing could be further from the truth.
There are a LOT of reasons why one company might be cheaper than another. The most obvious is when a business believes in fair prices and isn't just inflating what they charge to make extra money. However, some companies are more cost-effective, too. For example, if a company outsources some of its work, that adds another layer of cost.
All of our customization is done right in our New England production facility (basically, you're buying proudly American apparel).
If you need to create embroidered shirts, you need only one company -- Bolt Printing!
Bolt's team of embroidery experts are known for their exceptional work, where you need to embroider t-shirts, sweatshirts, polo shirts, or even jackets. This includes making sure your design works for custom shirt embroidery.
On top of that, we have a wide variety of t shirt options for your customization needs, one of which is sure to be perfect for your embroidery design. And, with low prices, free shipping, and low minimum orders, Bolt Printing is likely perfect for your needs.
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