Creating custom clothing can be a fun and easy thing to do, and at the end of the process, you have something you will love to wear. How do you ensure the process goes smoothly and you have a killer new shirt at the end of the creation process, though? Between picking colors, the right materials, and making sure that your design is solid, we have got the lowdown on what to consider when creating new custom clothes.
- Pick the Right Material For Your Custom Clothes
You want to make sure that any material that you pick for your custom clothing is not uncomfortable to wear. The worst thing would be going through your whole day itching away at your new custom shirt or feeling overwhelmingly hot in your new custom joggers. You may want to stay clear of materials like wool or nylon if you do not want the itches and sweats. Something breathable like cotton or polyester is much better when it comes to breathability and comfort. Be careful with things that are 100% cotton, though. Custom clothing that is 100% cotton can shrink quickly, so if you pick this option, make sure to size up.
- Pick Colors That Match For Your Custom Clothes
Of course, you want to look unique in your new custom clothing, but you also want people to say, “Wow, that is a cool design!”. So, when choosing colors for your custom clothing, try to make sure that the colors you choose go together and do not clash. You want your custom clothing to make a statement, but if your custom t-shirt or jacket looks off because of coloring, you may opt not to wear it, and no one wants that.
- Consider Mapping Out Your Design For Your Custom Clothes
This step is the most overlooked tip in the book. Many people get an idea in their head and then just go with it, but sometimes the custom clothing they choose is not the best. Whatever idea you have for your custom clothing, it is best to draw it on a piece of paper or create the design online before you make your own custom clothes. When you go in with a game plan, you have much higher odds of succeeding in what you set out to do; you may even create something better because of this. There is a website here that can guide you on what you may need.
- Consider Keeping it Simple For Your Custom Clothes
Again, you want your design to make a statement, but you do not want it to be so convoluted that no one can even understand your design or logo. It is essential to keep it simple for the first round, especially if it is your first time creating your own custom clothing. As you progress in your custom clothing-making skills, you can get more complex, but at first, just try to keep it simple. Remember, you can always make a second or third hoodie or t-shirt.
Remember, above all else, have fun and create something that speaks to you because that is the way to turn heads all year long.
Thank you for visiting the Disney Fashionista website. Be sure to sign up for our Daily Newsletter where we deliver the best in Disney Fashion, Travel, Makeup and More to your inbox! You can find us all over the internet at Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and even Pinterest!