Purses, wallets, handbags, and other clothing accessories have a unique set of labeling needs. You wouldn’t want a cheesy low end label on the outside of a sexy leather bag, would you? In an effort to keep you away from the fashion police, we have come up with some simple tips to ensure you select the right label for your branded ensemble enhancers. There is no reason to settle for less than perfection.
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Quick Reference Fashion Accessory Label Chart
To save you time and headache medication, we have come up with a simple table that highlights the do’s and don’ts of fabric labels for clothing accessories. We’ll explain the reasons behind our selections below, but this should get your mind in the right direction. Refer to the chart below for the appropriate label needed for your project.
Please note that many accessories are exposed to friction, sweat, or environmental elements and will need more durable tagging.
The most durable type are the woven labels and the woven custom patches.
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How to Pick the Right Clothing Accessory Label
When it comes to clothing accessories, you have to think about durability in a unique way. For clothing labels, the primary concern is in the amount of times an item is going to be washed. Seeing that most of us don’t wash our backpacks and umbrellas on a weekly basis, the focus here needs to be on usage, not laundering.
Many accessories are exposed to friction, sweat, or environmental elements and will need more durable tagging. The most durable options are the woven tags and the woven custom patches. In the case of a chic clutch that will only be used once or twice a year, you may be able to get away with custom cloth labels such as cotton labels or silk labels. These materials are not designed to be used every day, at least not in the world of fabric branding. You will have to think about which ones ultimately suit your needs.