Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Custom Shirts: Celebrate a Special Event or Show Your Team Spirit!

T-shirts, sweatshirts, graphic shirts... we wear them on a daily basis.  Family reunions, team sports, special occasions... custom shirts are an awesome way to remember and celebrate a special event or show your team spirit. It’s like putting your heart (and support) on your sleeve, um... chest!

I was recently given the opportunity to create a personalized hooded sweatshirt in exchange for my honest review.  BuildASign and EasyCanvasPrints recently launched a new custom t-shirt site, Dress United, where you can design your own personalized shirts, hoodies, and swearthshirts any way you like.

I decided to create a personalized hoodie for my husband to wear to wrestling tournaments to show support for our club.  Our son wrestles and my husband is both a coach and the club president.  So, being able to have a personalized shirt to wear is fun, shows support for our team, and the kids love it!

I was able to choose the shirt, the color of the shirt, the text (color and font), and the graphic.  I was also able to choose where it was placed on the shirt.  I was very impressed with the variety of options.  The whole design process was quick and easy.   

When my hooded sweatshirt arrived I was very impressed.  The graphic was great, the colors were bold, and the quality is fantastic.  It is thick and soft, and it fit perfectly!  Wash after wash... it really is fabulous.

My husband has worn his personalized sweatshirt several times over the past month and has received great compliments each and every time.  I've also had several other wrestling club members ask where we bought it be cause they want one as well.

Do you own any personalized shirts?

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary personalized sweatshirt from Dress United for the purpose of writing a review.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and/or believe will be a good fit for my readers.  The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.  Results may vary. No monetary compensation was received.


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