Tips For Personalizing Shirts For A Club

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Tips For Personalizing Shirts For A Club

30 June 2016
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If you are running a club, there's a good chance that you will get all of your members shirts that all look the same. This allows people to show their spirit by wearing their shirt in other public venues. It also allows you to go places with your club and have its members be instantly recognizable, making congregation at large events easier. However, some members might object to all wearing the same type and style of shirt and want to keep the shirts unique. One way to get around this issue is to personalize all of the shirts in some small way to make sure that each person has his or her own personal shirt. Here are some ways that you can do that.

1. Add Monograms on the Sleeves

This is a great idea if the shirts are dress shirts or some other type of fancy shirt, although they will also work well for t-shirts if you are giving them to younger members of a club. You can pay to have someone take all of the shirts of your organization and embroider each member's initials on the sleeves. This will allow you to keep the shirts separate more easily, which can be helpful if you plan on laundering all of the shirts together in a single batch. It can also allow you to give members the opportunity to add their own customizations, such as choosing the font of the monogram and the color of the thread.

Because the monogram can be in a smaller, unobtrusive place, you will be able to keep the uniform look for the shirts.

2. Add Nicknames

Another option would be to add nicknames to the back of each shirt. This is better for a younger crowd who thoroughly embraces the team to the point where nicknames are a given. Before you get shirts, have everyone submit the name that they would like to be on their own shirt. You will still be able to maintain the uniform look if you use the same font, color, size, and placement on each shirt. This is excellent because it also makes members easily identifiable from the back, even if they do not have distinctive hair.

If your team does not use nicknames for one another, a second option would be to use last names.

For more information, talk to a company that specializes in monogrammed shirts for organizations, such as Southern Tots.