You probably already know that custom-branded T-shirts are a great way to get your business or organization noticed, inspire teamwork and professionalism in your employees and get customers excited about your brand. But what size should your custom-embroidered logo be? Let us help you!
Here’s how to choose the right size logo for custom T-shirts:
Who will be wearing the custom T-shirts?
Younger folks tend to wear bolder, brighter and larger designs than their older counterparts, so consider the demographics of your customers. Likewise, employees would likely be proud to wear a large logo, whereas not all customers will want to feel like walking billboards.
Where do you want to place your logo?
Horizontal or square logos often look better smaller, so they don’t get stretched out across the wearer’s chest. Make sure the logo is not so large that parts of it are hidden under the wearer’s arm.
What if I want to order custom T-shirts in multiple sizes?
If you’re printing your logo on multiple sizes of shirts, it can get expensive to set up different logos for each size. Instead, maximize the size for the smallest shirt. The larger garments will have more space around them, but the logo size will be consistent.
Now that you know how to choose the right size logo for your custom T-shirts, it’s time to place an order from Last Frontier Embroidery. We can embroider or heat-transfer your logo or design on T-shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags—if you dream it, we can design it! Get a quote today and see your logo come to life.