Friday, April 17, 2009

Embroidered Polos: Make Them Look Good!

Another important consideration is your required sizes and shirt color. If you need extended sizes that usually isn't a problem because many new styles are available up to 6X but if you need tall sizes that will eliminate most styles. As for color, if you want a basic color then you'll have many choices but if you need a particular shade of green for example, your choices are limited.

An often overlooked detail in the design process is choosing a shirt color that works well with your logo. Many people choose a shirt color that is the same color as a major element in their logo. If the logo element doesn't border the shirt then this can reinforce the impact of your logo but if the shirt is the same color as text or another element in your logo and that element isn't against a background then the text won't be readable.

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