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BESPOKE CLOTHING


Team Colours can certainly make a difference S


pecifically crafted clothing can add a subtle touch of


sophistication or a bold branding statement. In certain scenarios the quality and finish of custom made products can have a massive impact, leading to greater awareness and return on investment.


This is the speciality of one of the


UKʼs leading made-to-measure manufacturers, Team Colours. Based in Hertfordshire and established for over a decade, Team Colours are a custom sports and leisurewear manufacturer with a keen focus on meeting customer demand. Being able to match any existing design or help to create entirely new solutions are a key part of the company ethos.


Exploring the website offers all manner of design and colour options, so that customers can actively create their own unique style online. Director Rosemary Carter explains: “Before you can arrive at a perfect style, a basic starting point is always useful.


“For a customer, the idea of designing from scratch a teamwear or leisurewear garment to suit exactly his/her needs, would probably be a daunting prospect. “Thatʼs why our website is chock-full of ideas – all kinds of sports kit and teamwear garments, as well as many


other leisurewear lines. And thatʼs why we have concentrated so much effort and ingenuity into providing as many options as possible online.” Continues Rosemary: “Each individual item has its own range of colour options to provide for most requirements.


“And because many garments feature contrast panels, contrast collars and sleeves, and other detail – that amounts to an incredible range of choices for any client to explore. “Or if preferred, you can paint in your own design choice online. You will find ʻDesigner Toolsʼ for many types of custom sports and leisurewear items. The Designer Tools feature has many basic design options, enabling you to choose garment detail – and to colour in the whole ensemble. “You can even place your logo, brand name or message in position – giving a finished picture of your garment, front, back and side.” A comprehensive range of sporting activities is featured, and for each sector, as well as numerous styles of actual team kit, there is complementary teamwear – for example, tracksuits, warmers, fleeces and sweatshirts. ■ For more information email sales@team-colours.co.uk, telephone 01920 871 453 or visit www.team-colours.co.uk


Design team will help you with every step S


ometimes, even in business, you need the personal touch. You know what you want but not how to get it.


With Papiniʼs Bespoke range you select the garments, the colours, the logos and you approve it all while working with our dedicated design team. So whether itʼs a unique design, a company colour or branding, weʼll make it happen with minimum fuss.


Our designers have years of experience and


theyʼll be there every step of the way, to give you advice or just make your ideas into reality. Over recent years weʼve worked with our customers to produce garments for a Formula 1 team, national stadiums and major retail and electronic companies. You can see examples of our delighted customersʼ garments on our website and using our new online ordering service, once weʼve made it once, re-ordering couldnʼt be simpler. Our factory in China specialise in polos, including the Dri Elite polo with its moisture management system, fleeces, hoodies and sweatshirts. They have added an array of features to recent Bespoke garments including channels for headphone cables and brand neck taping. ■ For more information call 01977 608234 or email sales@papini.co.uk


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