October screen print t shirts for Laid Bare clothing
“Founded by two fresh, young designers, Laid Bare Clothing is an independent British unisex clothing brand, based in leafy Surrey. All of our screen print designs have a British influence and are carefully honed by us and brought to life exclusively for us, signed off with our stitched trademark brand label.
The Laid Bare Clothing brand is inspired to deliver…
the best of British, whilst always being honest, open and true to our customers, who are always at the heart of our business… hence ‘laid bare’ ”
2014 is an exciting year for Laid Bare Clothing…
seeing the launch of our first collection. The Laid Bare Clothing brand is inspired to deliver the best of British, whilst always being honest, open and true to our customers, who are always at the heart of our business… hence ‘laid bare’.
We are proud to work with a carefully selected group of British suppliers and manufacturers who share our brand vision for high quality, bespoke, British designer clothing and collectively we shall always strive to produce articles for you to wear and use with pride. We really are worth every penny…
Over the coming months we will be working closely with the Laid Bare Clothing family to grow our unisex clothing brand and there are many things in store, so keep in touch to see what’s new.
Web – www.laidbareclothing.com | Facebook – /laidbareclothing | Twitter – @laidbare_ltd | Instagram – @laidbare_ltd Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
About October t shirt printing and embroidery
There are many ways to get an image onto a garment — screen printing of course, but also digital printing, litho transfers, and screen printed transfers…they are all available from October.
Digital is fine, but with size restrictions (14 x 16”), and available from most online providers…it is what it is, just another digital print with no options to add a variety of textures, mixes of inks, brighter colours, and the personal touch that you will need to make your brand stand apart from the others.
Litho and screen printed transfers…offering a nice high detail, but not our favourite as they provide a slightly papery finish, and again, how can we make you different by perhaps having the texture of a solvent based ink, next to a lovely soft water based print, with a sneaky touch of 3D high build…maybe even a gloss, a metallic, or foil?
Screen printing is really what we’re about – there are a lot of decisions for us to make around artwork films, screen meshes and tensions, we’ll talk you through that, but your main choice is what ink to use…