Tag Archives: t-shirts

American Apparel

Passion, innovation & ethical practices for the clothing industry. That’s American Apparel. I love American Apparel’s strapline. It perfectly highlights the ethics behind LA’s most famous t-shirt brand. They pride themselves on quality basics which adhere to sweatshop free policies and are 100% manufactured in the US of A. Los Angeles currently employs over 6k […]

Oh Baby!

Baby-wear becomes more popular year on year, and this is reflected in our catalogues expanding section of  baby-wear for 2015. The basic all white onesie and bib, have been upgraded to stripy knot hats with matching tees, baby hoodies and sweatpants, contrast raglan sweats and even a peppa pig inspired (I’m assuming!) paddle rainsuit! If […]

Fulham FC

Any Fulham Fans not yet renewed their season tickets! We hope the Indigo printed tees done the job! Doesn’t defender Philippe Senderos look great in our White Fruit Premium range! Commit!

New Towie T-shirt Store: Fusey

Being t-shirt obsessed, a little Joey Essex obsessed, and a lover of all reality tv – I had to go and check out Joey Essex’s new clothing store Fusey. We popped in for a browse on a Sunday afternoon, after checking out Amy Child’s salon (and her Range Rover equipped with personal number plate WE11 JEL!) […]

Liberty Rose Trust

We love to see repeat charity clients at Indigo, but one particular client – not so much. Three years ago we printed various items for the Liberty Rose Trust’s ‘Superstars’ – founded by Carl and Dawn Finn, for their gorgeous daughter, and many other children fighting brain tumours. Liberty beat that tumour and was making […]

Bright White T-Shirts on Trend

 Now Trending at NYFW: Bright Whites by polyvore-editorial on polyvore.com It seems that white is the new black on the New York catwalk and white is sure to be on display again during this year’s London Fashion Week. Indigo Clothing are supporting this bright white trend by offering 25% off white t-shirts and other white […]

Embroidery onto t-shirts

We normally advise clients against embroidering onto t-shirts. The stitches pull the thin cotton inward where the needle enters and as a result it can often pucker or distort the logo or crest. However, it is not an impossible task and this month Wilcom, an embroidery digitising software manufacturer, have a good article for embroiderers explaining how it can be achieved if […]