Embroidered Polo Shirts are polo shirts which have a logo or motif embroidered on them. For this reason embroidered polo shirts are extremely popular with companies and businesses wishing to promote themselves or their products. These shirts can be specifically tailored for men, women and children, and are available in a wide range of colours, sizes and different types of fabrics. Most suppliers will customize the polo shirt with the required logo, and this is usually included in the price, and bulk orders will generally be discounted.
Embroidered polo shirts are typically short sleeved, but a long sleeved version can usually be supplied if required. These shirts can be obtained in different styles and fabrics and comme des garcons play a variety of textures, and these can include, Sports polo, Interlock polo, Textured rib polo and Herringbone polo, to name just a few.
In today’s highly competitive market it is important to stand out from the crowd. Branding and imaging are now very much the key elements for getting a company noticed, and most organisations understand how important it is to identify themselves, within their market.
Fleeces, baseball caps and polo shirts are a very simple and functional solution to promote image within the market as part of a uniform for engineers, mobile staff and the general workforce. They provide a low cost and efficient way to promote a corporate identity and company name.
Many companies use these embroidered or printed items of clothing for promotional purposes, as they also provide a low cost alternative to workforce uniforms, and where there is a need to be casual and smart.
Promotional polo shirts are a good way to promote clubs, pubs and many other different societies, increasing awareness in the public eye. Shirts can be worn by staff or members and can even be used as low cost prizes in quizzes and competitions.
Embroidery is a handicraft or art used for decorating fabric and other materials with yarn or thread. This art can be applied manually by hand or by automated machines. For textile industries concerned with high production rate, designs are generally stitched with an automated embroidery machine, and these machines are usually computer controlled with the appropriate programmes. Company designs and logos, text or artwork are digitized with embroidery software. Designs are done at different levels of embroidery stitches that work as the texture to the embroidery design.