The T-Shirt is the Standard


Is seems that we’re always re-defining ourselves, especially when it comes to fashion, comfort and evening wear. With a bit of wardrobe rejuvenation, we can accomplish it. Easily. Inexpensively. And, the key is the T-Shirt. Vintage glam or classic. All are good looks when the T-shirt expresses who you are or who you want to be in the minute. Make sure it’s in-good-shape and form-fitting (for both men and women).

Paired with a long, flowy skirt or pants, this looks appeals for both daytime and evening agendas.

For men, the same dress-up-with-comfort appeal holds true, especially when pairing a favorite, great fitting, in-good-condition t-shirt under a jacket with dress jeans and cool shoes. Both looks are the ultimate in evening wear from NYC, Gladwin, L.A., Sioux Falls to Miami. Whether on small or grand scales, these ensembles resonate due to their subtle chic and the big comfort factor.

Take the look (at right) to a whole new level by pairing with a black tuxedo jacket. Striking.


Easily create a multi-media evening or event look for your customers with the use of screen printed and digitally, heat transferred printed T-shirts and tanks.  By overlaying textile metallic foil, rhinestones and strategic embroidery (that cost just pennies to add, but increase product value), specialty decorative garments will enable your customers to radiate a sublime sophistication or, quite elegantly, revamp their dress-up statement.

For the perfect, digitally printed Tee or tank, use RhinoDARK Heat Transfer Paper for all dark garments and SingleStep (for light color apparel) heat transfer papers (that work with laser printers). These papers induce a finished product that is very similar to a screen printed Tee and the more they are washed, the softer they feel.

Both of these self-weeding papers offer brilliant color and intense white on DARK and light color garments on Dri-Fit/polyester, 100% cotton, and 50/50 blends.

Create these looks for customers with an assortment of how-to videos that describe the technique.