- Monday, March 23rd, 2015 |
Check out our #teamselfie below for Comic Relief! We printed some “Changing the Face of Business” t-shirts and uploaded them to Red Nose Day’s Official Team Selfie website along with encouraging staff to donate. Check out our #CEOselfie below too!
Whether you’ve set up your own store to sell merchandise, clothing designs or uniform through our Merchandise Stores platform already, or you’ve only just given it some thought, we’ve put together our top selling tips to help you get the most out of your store and ultimately successfully sell your designs.
The more products you choose to sell, the better. Don’t just choose one t-shirt you like and stick to it – you’re more likely to sell to your fans, members or customers if you have a good range of items. Why not add a t-shirt, a hoodie AND a cap for example?
Whether you’re a charity, a group or a school, you’ll want to let your fans and supporters get a real sense of who you are. Pick a strong background image that represents who you are and change the font and link colours to really show off your brand. Check out Dead Amigos Apparel‘s store: their simple but effective use of black and white adds lots of character to their store. To edit your store’s appearance, click on “Edit Store Details and Visual Design” the under “Your Store” tab.
Make sure you give your customer an accurate representation of how your design will look on the garment. It is vital that you upload high resolution images of your designs and logos that you want to sell in order for the print quality to be as high as possible. Our artwork team will pick up on any poor quality artwork when an order is placed, but visually on your store, the better the image of the product, the more likely your customer is to click to buy it.
It may sound easy, but make sure you include an eye-catching & striking description of your product. We include the tech details of the product, such as composition, weight and brand for you, so all you need to do is include a short, slick description of your product that will make your supporters, fans, members or customers really want to buy.
The higher the price, the more commission you’ll earn from us. However, that doesn’t mean you’ll sell more products. By setting yourself a competitive price, you’re more likely to make more commission or raise funds. Think how much would you expect to pay for a printed or embroidered garment – set yourself a reasonable price that you think accurately represents what your brand is about, and stick to it.
Once you’ve set up your store, actively tell your fans, members and supporters about it. They won’t come and visit your store if they don’t know about it! Tweet about it, Facebook it, email your supporters about it, add a link on your website and launch it through your blog. The quicker you get the word out about your store, the sooner you’ll have visits and the sooner you’ll be selling your merchandise.
If you’re ready to set up a store, congratulations! Create it here.
If you missed us on ITV’s national news bulletin last Wednesday night, you can catch us here again!
We featured as part of a news segment on the recovering economy, and how this has helped business grow at a phenomenal rate here at Clothes2order.
We thought our Managing Director, Michael Conway and Order Processor Kirsty Stephens did a cracking job!
Our MD, Michael Conway, was lucky enough to be invited to spend time with the Virgin founder on Necker island. From kitesurfing to a business Q&A session, find out what 5 days with one of the most successful businessmen on earth taught our MD.
The slogan t-shirt remains one of the most popular ways to express personal, social or political statements. Below we’ve rounded up the most talked about slogan t-shirts of 2015 so far…
The hashtag #Meninist has become extremely popular in recent weeks – despite existing as a profile on Twitter since 2013, according to the BBC. Seeking to represent “the difficulties of being a man in the 21st Century”, we’re thinking it may have been inspired by the below campaign…
This is what a feminist looks like
The latest slogan shirt trend among celebrities and politicians was the above “This is what a feminist looks like t-shirt”, worn by those keen to stress their feminist credentials. Unfortunately, the original t-shirt supplier in question was burdened by claims that it was manufactured in a sweat shop.
Kim Sears’ I Shih Tzu Not tee
This slogan tee worn by Andy Murray’s fiancee proved popular with fashion pundits from around the web.
Miley Cyrus’ I had nothing to wear so I put on this Moschino dress
Teamed with a slogan bag bearing the popstar’s name, Miley Cyrus makes a bold fashion statement with this Moschino dress.
The Oscars are on their way…
Will there be another recording breaking selfie? What slogan could represent this year’s Oscars?
Have you got any t-shirt slogan suggestions for this year’s Oscars? Share your comments below or tweet us @Clothes2order
The debate as to whether man should return to the Moon or venture to Mars has lasted nearly as long as time itself. Should we stick to what we know, or venture out further afar to the unknown territories of Mars?
Although man may want to explore and test the surface of Mars, experts say it is too soon. “If we started going to Mars any time soon everybody would die. We don’t know what we are doing yet. We have to have a bunch of inventions between now and Mars”, declared Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian to walk in space, at a Guardian Live event in London on Sunday. “Where we are going to go next is the moon. That’s where we are going to go because it just makes sense. It is only three days away and we can invent so many things.”
Well-known space engineers and pilots are now starting to show their Moon or Mars support via slogan t-shirts. Legendary astronaut, Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, is advocating a mission to Mars by the 50th anniversary of the 1969 moon landing, via his “Get your ass to Mars” t-shirt below.
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) October 27, 2014
However, David Masten, rocket designer and founder of Masten Space Systems, has shown his support for another moon landing with his slogan t-shirt:
Do you think slogan t-shirts are the way to express your opinion?
With Christmas drawing closer, we want to make sure all of our customers are aware of our last delivery dates to guarantee pre-Christmas delivery. Make sure you get your order in as soon as possible to avoid paying express charges!
Last date for standard (7-10 working days) delivery: Before 10am on Dec 8th
Last date for 4 day express delivery: Before 10am on Dec 16th
Last date for 24 hour express delivery: Before 10am on Dec 19th
Any questions or if you need help, feel free to tweet us @Clothes2order or visit our Facebook page. Alternatively you can give us a ring on 08456 522 655, or email us at email@example.com
Movember is almost over meaning you can draw a sigh of relief – there are only 6 days to go before moustaches all over the world can be shaved off.
Before that, meet our team, who have done very well in raising over £160 so far to promote men’s health! Oh..and see if you can spot the intruders below…
When you recommend us to a friend, you’ll earn £5 credit for your Clothes2order account for every purchase they make over £30. Oh, and they’ll also get £3 credit to spend on their next order too.
Click here to find out more about our refer a friend programme.
From jolly jumpers to wonderful onesies, the Clothes2order Christmas shop is full of fun festive treats, ready for you to personalise with a name, logo or design! Whether you want customised Christmas jumpers for the office, or want to surprise a family member with their name and design on an apron, there’s loads to choose from at the Clothes2order.com Christmas Shop.
Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, has recently revealed in his first public Q&A the reason why he wears his famous grey t-shirt everyday. He owns several versions of the same t-shirt, and has disclosed that he believes choosing what to wear, along with what to eat for breakfast, is a “silly” decision he would rather not spend time and energy on.
Supporting one of the great advantages of wearing a uniform for work, we have to agree with Zuckerberg – not having to make that decision about what to wear for work certainly saves money and the time spent agonizing over your wardrobe.
Zuckerberg, however, isn’t the only well-known entrepreneur to be famous for wearing the same outfit to work everyday. Below is our top selection of other wellknown faces who have worn the same clothing (or versions of) for work over the years:
The TV presenter and music producer is well-known for wearing his standard open collar white shirt, high-waisted trousers and black jacket.
You will rarely see the founder of Virgin wearing anything but a white shirt, much like Cowell above.
The late Apple boss and co-founder’s daily attire was his black turtleneck.
Designer Karl Lagerfeld is rarely seen without his trademark gloves, white shirt, black tie and black sunglasses.
While the colour variation and creativity isn’t exactly riveting, these guys have saved themselves a lot of time over the years. Is there anyone we’ve missed off the list? Let us know below or tweet us @Clothes2order.