Custom Clothing Color Block Windbreakers and Color Felt Hoodies Online Launched

Haberdash announces its new online custom clothing service. They offer clothing for men and women with color block designs and color felt lettering in addition to traditional printing.

Richmond, United States - December 3, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Haberdash launched its new all-online custom clothing service for the Custom Apparel, Fashion side-hustle and Branding communities. They offer custom clothing and clothing brand development for anyone who wishes to start their own clothing line.

For more information visit their website at https://haberdash.shop.

Haberdash has launched an all-new custom clothing service for the fashion community and for those looking to develop their own brand. The company has been making retail-ready apparel for existing and new brands since 2010. Haberdash is a fashion house with a firm commitment to quality.

They create custom Color felt for articles of clothing including T-shirts, hoodies, sweaters, joggers, satin bomber jackets and letterman jackets. The customer can select 3 to 6 felt letters in a rainbow of colors or a single color to be stitched on their apparel. The multi-colored felt is laser cut and stitched on each item of clothing. This service offers a unique method of customization for each individual. Those who are thinking of starting their own retail clothing brand as a full-time business or side hustle can even run their brand from their phone.

Colorblock was created to customize color striped windbreaker jackets for sports teams, Greeks, and any other organizations who want a personalized great team look. Haberdash applies their color blocking technology to striped anoraks, striped windbreaker jackets, striped sailor shirts, box logo hoodies and accessories such as sun visors and bags.

These creative garment designs are available in addition to screen printing, direct to garment (DTG) printing, satin fabric applique, CMYK vinyl and embroidery. Haberdash also carries a wide range of classic apparel and accessories. Accessories include hats, caps, and bags such as duffels, backpacks, and totes. They also stock t-shirts, tank tops, bomber jackets and casual shirts in a variety of designs.

For more information visit their website above, email info@haberdash.us, or call (804) 371-1107.

Contact Info:
Name: Cathy Sebastian
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Organization: Haberdash
Address: 2100 Decatur Street, Richmond, VA 23224, United States
Phone: +1-804-371-1107
Website: https://haberdash.shop/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88936939

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