Impressions - February 2013 - (Page 26)

From basics to an ever-increasing selection of performance styles, this year’s placket and woven shirt styles are sure to satisfy your clients’ needs. p By Lauren Mitchell, Associate Editor lackets and woven shirts are considered a go-to canvas when it comes to outfitting the corporate market. To hold their own in this competitive niche, suppliers debut expanded offerings every year with new color options, fashion details and the latest technology. This year, the options run the gamut from corporate to casual, with a variety of styles that include basic piqué knit plackets, as well as higher-quality garments made from performance fabrics and treatments. Check out the following sampling of placket and woven shirts from various industry suppliers. We also encourage you to read the Impressions Product Guide to Plackets and Wovens, which will be distributed Feb. 12 via email. Receive it, and all of Impressions’ e-newlsetters, by visiting and clicking on the “Newsletter Sign-Up” button. Garment provided by SanMar Corp., Issaquah, Wash.; Embroidery by Lick-A-T Stitch, Warrensburg, NY; Photography by Photoetude, Alpharetta, Ga. 26 Impressions | February 2013 This Port Authority ladies woven blouse from SanMar (style L644) is made from 3-ounce, 60% cotton/40% polyester fabric and is styled with a gently contoured silhouette. It features an open collar with a ruffled Y-shaped slim placket, ¾-inch sleeves with cuffs, and front and back darts. Five colors are available in ladies sizes XS-4XL. Use Info•Action #300 at

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Impressions - February 2013

Impressions - February 2013
First Impressions
From the Show Director
Product Gallery
ISS Conferences
Styles that Work
Singlehead Embroidery Machine Maintenance
Your Digital Printer Can Be a Money-Maker
Secrets to Rush Order Success
Shop Spotlight
Embroidery Technique
Tech Tips Embroidery
Screen Printing Graphics & Design
Screen Printing Technique
Online Directory
Tech Tips Screen Printing
Digital Decorating
Ad Index

Impressions - February 2013