When you’re choosing where to place your logo, keep these do’s and don’ts in mind.
Do: Choose the right fabric base. Pick comfortable fabrics that people will want to wear, like cotton or 50/50 blends, in colors that are neutral or that complement the colors in your logo.
Don’t: Pick a shirt or hat in a busy pattern, or in a color that clashes with your logo. You want your log to stand out and look impressive.
Do: Place your logo where people look first. Across the chest, or across the shoulders on the back of the shirt, are where people’s eyes are naturally drawn.
Don’t: Get too creative with logo placement. Try not to put your logo in an unconventional spot, like the side of a hat, since it may not get noticed. Also consider the functionality of a garment—for example, don’t place a logo over a pocket that needs to be usable.
Do: Choose the right logo size. Go big enough that your logo will be noticeable, but not so big that it overwhelms the garment.
Don’t: Go for a logo that’s too big. Bigger doesn’t always mean better: oversized logos can be perceived as obnoxious, and many people aren’t comfortable wearing them, as they tend to draw attention to the stomach.
Now that you have an idea of where to place your logo, it’s time to order some branded apparel! Last Frontier Embroidery can create custom-embroidered apparel that will get you noticed. Give us a call today at 907-373-7397.