Since we launched our Fast Fashion collection back in 2016 I put two and two together and decided shirt . We’ve been able to successfully test the market with new crops, jackets, raw edges and rolled cuffs. We continue to keep up with fashion shifts and retail trends, and we’re so excited to introduce our newest product – the bodysuit!
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The bodysuit really embodies everything we do in our Fast Fashion collection I put two and two together and decided shirt . It’s a style that the imprintables market has never seen before. We launched it out in two colors – black and deep heather. And it’s made from 87% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton and 13% spandex. Since it’s mostly made of cotton, the new bodysuit lends itself to so many different decoration techniques. The spandex in it also allows for a nice stretch that hugs the body comfortably. This style really plays into that trending tucked-in look. We teamed up with our friends at Deluxe Screen Printing to talk more about the new bodysuit and showcase how to print on it. While you can use either discharge or plastisol ink on the bodysuit, Deluxe choose to go with plastisol with a little bit of stretch additive, since it came out a bit brighter during testing. Check it out below. We can’t wait to see what you all do with this bodysuit. Make sure to tag us kingteeshops on social media so we can see your designs and for a chance to be regrammed! When you first receive a shirt with a DTG print, it’s going to have a bit of shine from the pre-treat. After the first wash, when the pre-treat comes off, the print will look more natural and the “waxy” appearance will disappear. DTG should hold up just as well as a screen print if it’s done correctly. If a DTG print deteriorates after a wash, it was most likely not pre-treated or cured correctly. Talk to your printer if you experience this issue.
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