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Custom Printed T-Shirts Are Perfect Clothes For Kids

Updated on December 20, 2009

What makes a custom printed t-shirt right for a child? A t-shirt is comfortable to wear, it is easy to wash and dry, and it will not hamper a child’s rambunctious play. Branded t-shirts cost more than ordinary ones, but all of them are just right for kids to wear.

Custom Printed T-Shirts Do Not Hamper Movement

When kids wear new clothes for the first time, parents and teachers are hesitant to let the children play in their new outfits for fear of ruining their new clothes. You can make your kids look trendy without constricting their movement by letting them wear custom printed t-shirts.

Custom printed t-shirts are perfect for kids to wear. They can roll around the lawn, play in the sandbox and run free under the sun in those t-shirts without worry. Parents can easily wash away the sweat, grime and dirt from custom printed t-shirts.

Custom printed t-shirts do not wear and tear easily or fade from repeated washings. In fact, distressing the t-shirt’s fabric will make it appear vintage, which is a trendy fashion statement for your kid. Pair the t-shirt with stonewashed jeans and rubber shoes, and your kid is dressed for some playground action.

Choosing Custom Printed T-Shirts For Your Kids

Make sure your kids’ printed t-shirts are machine-washable and do not tear easily when children play. Check the label on washing, drying and ironing instructions. Remember to follow these to avoid ruining the clothes.

Keep your children’s sensitive skin from developing allergic reactions to the chemicals and synthetic fiber. Check the label for information on how much cotton and polyester were used for making the t-shirt. A good t-shirt for your child is the one made of pure organic cotton, but if the shirt is a cotton blend, make sure the cotton has more percentage than the other fiber.

Some fibers have already been treated with an anti-bacterial agent. This helps in dressing up babies. You can also choose to use laundry detergents and fabric softeners with anti-bacterial qualities.

Sizes of custom printed t-shirts for kids depend on the age group. Each shirt has dimensions for its length from the shoulder to the hem, and its width from around the chest. Usually the average dimensions are 4 to 16 inches at the chest, and 18 to 20 inches long from neckline to hem.

High-End Brands versus Ordinary Brands For Kids’ Printed T-Shirts

Although the trend in kids’ fashion is to dress them up in designer clothing to make them look like mini versions of adults, kids truly do not care what name was printed on the label. They would rather wear a Superman t-shirt than a Ralph Lauren.

If you really want a brand attached to your child’s clothing, try looking at printed kids’ t-shirts from Guess and GAP. If you are not into brand names, try online stores like Nina and Tom Family Fashion or Ginger and Scallion where you can buy quality printed t-shirts for kids that will not empty out your pockets.

Bottom line is that the t-shirt, custom printed or otherwise, should be comfortable for the kids.


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