Help! My colored logo looks funny on my shirts!
Updated: Jul 25, 2019
Some businesses have a branded look and they never want their logo colors to change. Coca Cola is a good example. You either see their white logo on a red background or their red logo on a white background. But what if you have a multi-colored logo that clashes with the shirt choice or you want a colored shirt but know your logo doesn't pop?
The advantage of embroidered logos is that it's an easy fix. You may never want to change the color of your logo on print, but it's perfectly acceptable to change your logo color on apparel. If your logo is purple but you really want to have a red shirt to wear for a February promotion, then feel free to stitch your logo in white or yellow or even pink to match the shirt & the promotion.
Don't be stuck in a rut with your logo, feel free to think outside the box. We can always send you a digital representation to give you a better idea of how it will look.