If you want to add a unique finish to your clothing, then printed labels are the right choice. It’s vital you concentrate carefully on your design and don’t rush into anything.
1. Create your brand
Creating your brands identity and getting it up to scratch needs to be top of the list before you begin on the design of your printed label. Your brand is the image of your business, so when creating labels your color scheme, logo, and style must be incorporated. Having the opportunity to show off your work is exciting!
This can be done by gathering information and asking people’s opinions. Take ideas from people with similar products to brainstorm and find out what will work for your garments. Getting the finishing touches perfect can make a huge difference to the impact your label has on your customer base.
3. Know your budget
Figure out how many printed clothing labels you wish to order and what material would suit your garment.
Printed labels onto satin acetate are the most popular choice for a clothing line as they offer a luxury feel. They are perfect if you want to add a logo.
Taffeta printed labels have a matt appearance, they have a more basic look than satin acetate. They are more cost effective if you’re working on a lower budget.
Self-adhesive printed labels are not suitable for clothing. They aren’t recommended for any item that needs to go through wash cycles, but are a perfect choice if you’re thinking of adding shoes to your clothing line.
Printed hang tags are a great addition to your clothing line. They are printed on card and are usually added to the outside of the garment using a pin. They give you the chance to add a bit more information on a larger surface area. Make sure the tag size coincides with the garment and add social media information, and your web address, as well as a logo.
Once you make a choice on the most suitable label type you can use the fast quote tool.
4. Take advantage of the marketing opportunity
Remember, when your customers look at your product they need to know who you are. If your clothing has caught their eye they need to know where they can get similar products designed by you. Take the opportunity to incorporate your brand and get recognized. If possible, add your web address to your printed clothing labels to give yours customers the chance to check out more products made by you.
5. Choose what information to put on the label
This really depends on the garment you are selling and the purpose of the printed label. The purpose may be to add care information, your brand, or the garment size. A personalized label can convey a great deal about your brand portraying a professional image and increasing brand recognition. The color scheme and logo should run in line with the brand you have already created.
Make your clothing retail-ready with clothing labels. Use the label design tool to create your label customized to your needs and take advantage of a free sample to see your label in action.