There’s something about wearing your logo on a piece of clothing that makes you feel more legit.
Business cards and stickers are great, but a t-shirt or jacket makes a statement. Am I right?
You’re saying, “Hey you! I’m bold enough to advertise my business across my chest.”
Or something to that effect.
I always thought that people who had t-shirts made with their logos on them had lots of money to spend on printing.
Well, I was apparently wrong. It’s totally easy to get a shirt with your business or blog logo on the front (or back) of it.
I recently made my very own another jennifer long-sleeved t-shirt on DressUnited.com.
I went with a long-sleeved shirt because I live in Maine, and you can pretty much wear a long-sleeved shirt year round. (Also, how comfy are long-sleeved t-shirts?)
There were several colors and styles of shirts to choose from on the website. I ended up with a white shirt for something different. I always seem to have dark shirts on. Plus, I figure it’ll match pretty much anything. I suspect I’ll be throwing it over short-sleeved shirts on summer nights.
Since I’m not one for overly decorated shirts, I kept it simple with my logo and my tagline, be bold. be heard. give back. eat bacon.
Let’s hope my kids stay away from the white shirt with their dirty paws.
The cool thing is that you can order one shirt at a time. Now that I’ve tried out the long-sleeved t-shirt, and the quality is good, I’m eying a hoody. (Hoodies are arguably more comfy than long-sleeved shirts.)
What do you think? Is the shirt a good conversation starter? Or at you just staring at my chest?
What would your t-shirt look like if you designed one on DressUnited.com?
Disclosure: I received a gift certificate to DressUnited.com in exchange for this post. All words and opinions expressed are my own.