Tag Archives: garment label

Branding is More Important Than Ever

A rapid rise in the demand for PPE, especially face masks has caused a market shift gave small designers a way to jump on the bandwagon of producing masks. However, branding the mask was more important than ever. How else would customers build brand loyalty and refer their friends and family towards the same product? Continue reading

Don’t Worry About Matching – Contrast Can Be a Good Thing for Clothing Labels

Contrasting Clothing Labels Is a Good Idea

The color of the woven label or the satin printed label on your clothes isn’t in line with your overall theme or brand design, you need not worry because contrast can be a really good thing for your clothing labels and your brand. Continue reading

How Sewing Factories Help Turn Ideas into Full Designs

How Sewing Factories Help Turn Ideas into Full Designs

From visions to products, sewing factories help you develop innovative wearable concepts by providing you with numerous product manufacturing and design solutions. From the very start, they manage your basic requirements, understand what you’re looking for, and give you the desired end product. Most modern-world sewing factories make use of the engineering process-driven methods through which they implement C2C Fashion Technology and ERP platforms, for instance. Continue reading

The Use of Multiple Brand Labels

Multiple Logo Placement

The Fashion Industry Goes Wild for Extensive Branding One of the most important factors that help distinguish one clothing brand from the rest is the clothing label that you often see at the back of the collar. These labels not … Continue reading

Clothing labels for pets – Important trends

Clothing labels for pets

How to pick the perfect Clothing label for your Pet? Today’s consumers look for more than just bland colors and boring designs. It’s all about eye popping logos, bright colors and intuitive design features that make clothing brand labels stand … Continue reading

Quick and easy way to rebrand your garment using custom iron on clothing labels

Iron on heat transfer labels (sometimes referred to as hot seal labels) are still gaining in popularity because they offer an easy way for designers and manufacturers to brand their merchandise. Applying iron on transfers can be a faster process than the traditional woven or printed clothing labels. Continue reading

The UPC Barcode Isn’t Dead Yet

Our shopping trends have changed but we still need barcodes. UPC tags and labels aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Read about the latest trends and why we still need barcodes now more than ever. Continue reading

Eco-friendly Recycled Paper Hang Tags

The paper has the look and feel of a vintage felt type fibers with a natural cream tone. This tag will compliment a variety of clothing styles like Bohemian, Modern, Vintage and Retro. Continue reading

What’s the difference between a woven label and a printed clothing label?

We are asked this question quite often. Woven labels are produced on a loom. Your logo/wording is woven into the piece of material. A printed label is different because your logo/wording is printed on top of the material rather than … Continue reading

A Different Approach To Customized Cotton Woven Labels

Often times, a simple designed woven label can be all that is needed to stand out from the pack. However, given that it is estimated that the Fashion industry in the US alone has a domestic market value of $385 billion dollars (https://fashionunited.com/global-fashion-industry-statistics, 2016), it is always a challenge to try and come up with some new. Something unique. That same problem rings true with clothing trims. What can we offer that is different than other woven labels? Below are two examples of clothing labels that definitely hold their own and help make a design extraordinary. Continue reading

NYLOFLEX TRANSFER
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Custom Woven Labels & Tags + 1 Item
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Cotton Custom Printed Labels & Tags
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Custom Woven Labels & Tags
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Custom Woven Labels & Tags
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Satin Custom Printed Labels & Tags - $0.00
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Custom Woven Labels & Tags
Bought by JUSTIN TARTICK from BUFFALO, United States (US)
about 4 weeks ago
 
Cotton Custom Printed Labels & Tags + 1 Item
Bought by CHRIS FAKIRI from PLEASANTON, United States (US)
about 1 month ago
 
Custom Woven Labels & Tags
Bought by DANIEL WELLENDORF from MINNEAPOLIS, United States (US)
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Satin Custom Printed Labels & Tags - $0.00
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about 1 month ago
 

RAPID TAG & LABEL COVID-19 UPDATE

Dear Clients, Retailers and Vendors,

We are open and currently working on schedule – However, please note, due to the worldwide impact of the COVID-19 pandemic –You may experience some delays with your orders in the coming weeks. We will keep you updated via direct email if/when things change.

Rapidtags can offer help in the area of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) by printing identification labels for surgical gowns, medical curtains, masks or any other type of much needed supplies. We offer barcoded stickers for identification. Our office in Oakland, NJ is able to print and ship in 1 day.

We are committed to the health and welfare of all our employees. We appreciate your business and patience during this difficult time for everyone.

Please be careful and remain safe!

We can still be reached at sales@rapidtags.com 1-877-438-8247 M-F, 9 am – 5 pm (EST) if you have any questions.

Denise Newton