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The more information you give us in creating your profile, the better we will be able to assist you.
Don’t worry if you click on "submit your design: before you are ready to order – the order will never proceed till you tell us it’s final.
Feel free to complete as many uniform drafts as you like before submitting them to us, space is pretty unlimited – sort of like your design creativity!
Don’t underestimate the effect of simplicity. With the right color combo, simpler designs sometimes pop out even more than their flashier friends.
Try using opposite color schemes for your text and numbers. For instance, if your numbers are red with white trim, make your letters white with red trim. Love it!
On dark paired colors, such as forest, navy, maroon, and black, try a three-color to create a stronger contrast on your letters and numbers (no, it won’t cost more).
Mixing different fonts between letterings and numberings can look nice, though we often recommend a simpler athletic block for numbering such as "Machine" or "College Black".
Before you knock the neck repeated on each of these uniforms, it’s there because it’s our lightest two-color neck style. Players love it, plus it’s stretch resistant.
We usually suggest darker color neck and armholes on home uniforms to hide sweat and makeup stains over time.
If you don’t have a logo, a block letter with your school name is a great alternative. Drop that in as a logo on the side of your shorts.
If you’re not a fan of this self-designing process, just drop us a five minute call and we’ll sketch you up some really sweet options to look at.
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