Authored by Devin, on Jul 09, 2014
Now that summer is here, we can look forward to longer days, warmer nights and to finally peeling off the layers of clothing we’ve been buried under for far too long!With all the excitement and energy that summer brings, there is no other piece of clothing that is more popular than the T-shirt!
Always and forever a staple in virtually everyone’s wardrobe, the T-Shirt screams “SUMMERTIME!”
Crew neck, V-neck, boat neck, cap sleeves, raglan, slim fitting, baggy, the options are many!
While white and black T-shirts will always be the most popular color choices, what other on-trend colors could brighten up your next apparel program?
A modern twist for summer 2014 includes pairing soft pastels with vivid brights which allows experimentation with new looks and color combinations.
Summertime is the perfect season to experiment with shades and colors that you may otherwise never thought to use. Don’t forget your imprint colors! Look no further than the t-shirt pallete of colors for needed inspiration.
Ultimately, testing out new color combinations is really all about having fun and expressing your inner designer! So, don’t be afraid to take some risks and be a bit more daring with your pallets this season.
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