Can be added to arms to jazz up jackets and hoodies or to side seams on pants and shorts. This is a great way to bring in 2 additional studio colors.
Alternate Fabric Inside Hood
Add a coordinating color to the inside of your hood. Try shiny dazzle fabric for some WOW factor!
Made famously popular by a leading American clothing chain, this is a simple method to add a little zip to your hoodie or jacket.
This is the least expensive way to add a coordinating studio color to your jacket. You can match the stitching in your jacket with your embroidered or printed logo.
Sublimation printing offers what we consider to be the greatest advancement in garment decorating. There are very few design and color limitations. No set up or screen charges If you want your team’s apparel to make a statement, this may be the option for you.
Embroidery is the decorative stitching applied to the surface of a garment. Limelight’s embroidery is stitched with a computerized embroidery machine using patterns “digitized” with embroidery software. In machine embroidery, different types of “fills” add texture and design to the finished garment.
This is the next hottest trend in garment embellishment! If you love rhinestones, prepare yourself for rhinestuds and nail heads in an array of colors, shapes and sizes. Make a fashion statement by adding a jeweled motif using your very own logo!
Traditionally appliqués are a decorative design made by cutting pieces of material and applying them to the surface of another for decoration. Limelight offers a wide variety of appliqués letters in an assortment of different colors.
All Over Print
Our famously popular All Over Print on the inside hood of our hoodies is created using your very own logo! Our artistic team will create a design using a combination of your studio’s logo/slogan and colors. We print the panels prior to the hoodie being assembled. We can also print specific panels on garments for a similar effect i.e. Hip Hop sweatpants pockets
Silk screening is a stencil method of print making in which a design is imposed on a screen of silk or other fine mesh, with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance. Ink is forced through the mesh onto the garment. Limelight can silk screen on any of its garments using an assortment of different colors.