What for Personalised Clothing in 2013?

New T-shirt from AnvilWell 2012, was quite a year! The Olympics being the pinnacle of course. I think the UK as a whole was sad to see the year pass. The unity and spirit created, particularly during those summer months of the Jubilee and the Olympics was something to behold. I don’t think I have ever seen the like before in my lifetime.

2013 has been an amazing year so far on a personal note, being lifelong Bradford City fans, we have become the first League Two team ever to reach a major Cup final at Wembley in the Capital One Cup League Cup. A miracle in football terms.

Enough about football anyway, from the point of view of personalised clothing, 2013 is an exciting year. For a start, we have slashed prices on many of our core garments and brands. We always pride ourselves on the more we produce the more we can chip away at our prices and we always pass this on to our customers. Have a look around at some of our brilliant value personalised hoodies, and some huge price cuts in our embroidered outerwear range. As I speak it’s blowing a gale outside so a great time to get your warm uniform sorted.

With a new year also brings new brands and there are some really interesting ones this year.
Anvil is now available in the UK, having been hugely popular in the US. They bring a really good range of fashion garments. Check them out here.

We also have a much more consistent supply of the wonderful American Apparel garments available. This allows us to remove our minimum order policy and allows us to get stock in much quicker.

Finally, with the takeoff trend in onesies, we have 4 great options available in these in different styles and colour options from C.MAC, FMD and Winter Essentials. The stock levels are quite low at the moment, but we are hoping to get the up to good levels by February. We will keep you posted on these.

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