There’s the nautical look; the neon look; the neutral look and the bright graphic designs.  That’s spring fashion; new fresh designs that run the gamut of style, offering something for everyone.  It’s easy for a professional designer to create a runway look or create a bag to accompany a line of clothing that embodies every trend.  However, even the most talented designer would be challenged to design a t-shirt that that’s fashionable and functional.  Take a look at  a few ways to take spring trends to the custom t-shirt:

 

Shirtdress: A classic twist on the men’s dress shirt done in a feminine way.  Pop the collar and open some buttons for a cool preppy look.  Try the Jerzees Spotshield 50/50 Ladies’ Johnny Collar Polo.

 

Yellow: Before you say “not for me,” hear me out - there’s a shade for everyone. From deep amber to light dandelion, you can wear a full yellow shirt or design with accents of yellow to stay on trend.  If you have dark hair and tan skin, try a Jerzees HiDensi-T T-Shirt in gold; for fair hair and skin, try two-tone accented design like the Blue 84 Juniors’ Burnout V-Neck Football T-Shirt.

 

Black and White: It’s not a revolutionary color combo, but the high contrast element is flattering on everyone. Choosing a classic white, with a black design also keeps the cost per shirt low when designing group shirts. Use one of our templates to make the process even easier!

 

Culottes:  The wide shorts conjure memories of easy-going casual wear at a picnic or birthday party.  If you don’t feel like going back in time, give the trend a twist.  Try the Bella+Canvas Ladies’ Straight Leg Fleece Sweatpants for every occasion.

 

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