Personalized clothing labels that will showcase your work

There are woven labels and custom clothing labels are made with 100% polyester yarn. Many companies offer also an advanced woven garment label downloader tools that allow you to customize your labels with almost limitless possibilities.

All you have to do is provide the company online with your design, your desired options and the company will take care of the rest. They will even ship you and post you the woven labels that will arrive straight to your door or shop.

These specific companies can produce virtually any style or shape of woven label. They support center folds, end folds, book cover folds, miter folds, hanger loops, manhattan folds, and custom laser cut shapes.

If you have an idea for a label or can’t find what you want, you can even let them know and they will do our best to make your design a reality. The clothing labels can be customized to incorporate any design and style and to fit any purpose. 

Hang Tags You Can Be Proud Of

One type of custom clothing labels that are very popular are the custom hang tags that are made from professional grade 280g/m2 Bristol board that can be printed on either one or two sides.

Every hang tag is printed, cut and perforated for stringing, making it easy to attach to your items. Some companies even offer their own twine which they will pre-tie for you, saving you hours of tedious work. 

Some specific companies allow you to make your hang tags with their online creation tool or upload your own design: just like woven tags. Hang tags come in a standard size and shape to keep them affordable for small and medium-sized craftsmen while providing a premium quality, handcrafted branded product.

Composition Labels That Make All The Difference

Another type of custom clothing labels are composition labels that are printed on 100% polyester satin and optimized to last a lifetime of the item you apply them to. There are also simple yet effective creation tools that ensure that your care instructions are readable and include a set of care symbols that can be added to your care label creation with just one click.

Pre-Made Labels Are Shipped Immediately

In many cases, pre-made labels are woven labels produced using the same OEKO-TEX certified manufacturing process as custom woven labels. Whether you are interested in many popular labels such as “100% cotton”, “One size fits all” and “Made in France”. as well as standard size labels like S, M, L and XL and many more, one thing is for certain: you will be able to find whatever you need.

Generally speaking, there are many different shapes and sizes of woven labels and custom clothing labels that will personalize your style and your clothes. These woven labels can take many different forms and serve multiple and different purposes depending on your needs, your desires and your specifications.

The Spring Dress Style That Takes 30 Seconds To Style

Thanks to the sellout phenomenon that was the Zara polka dot midi, the last few years has seen a new breed of dress make its presence felt on our Instagram feeds—and we reckon it’s a trend that’s here to stay. Identifiable by its billowing, loose-fitting silhouette and longer hemline, it might not be the most traditionally “flattering” style in the world, but people across the country have been snapping them up in droves, and we can certainly see why.

The secret to the style’s success lies in its “throw-on-and-go” appeal. Gone are the days of faffing around for hours in the morning, trying to match skirts with blouses and trousers with tops—these smock-like dresses are liberating us from the tyranny of our wardrobes. Plus, they look good with everything: both trainers and knee-high boots, chunky crewnecks and slim-fit roll-necks, smart tailored coats and leather bikers. Have we made ourselves clear enough?

There are so many interpretations of this versatile dress trend, so you can feel safe in the knowledge that you’ll find the right one for you. There are knitted iterations, which would look so chic for work with heeled boots, leopard-print styles to pair with chunky lace-up boots, and monochrome midis that will look just as good with heels as they do with box-fresh sneakers. Scroll down to see and shop our favourite throw-on dresses.

It’s Only 19 Days Until Spring—We’ve Found So Many Perfect Dresses

I have to confess I’m writing this story away from my desk, and under my duvet, because it is that cold this week. It might be chilly outside, however, the daffodils in the supermarket and slightly lighter evenings are helping me to stay positive, and remember spring is just a mere couple of weeks away. Fun fact: The first day of spring is the 20th of March. One of the things I’m most looking forward to about spring is abandoning the many layers (so long, puffer!), and revisiting my dress wardrobe.

New-in sections are helping me indulge in my spring daydreaming, as every day is bringing with it new summery items to scroll through. Floral tea dresses and check midi dresses are hardly groundbreaking, but these throw-on styles always sell out at record speed, and so it doesn’t hurt to think ahead. Lots of the dresses around for spring 2021 have plenty of chuck-on appeal, meaning they are comfortable enough to wear at home or for daily laps of the park. There are five types of dresses in particular that I think will be a welcome addition to any wardrobe this spring. Keep scrolling to see my edit of the best dresses I’ve spotted so far for spring 2021.

I Think This Little-Known Label Creates the Coolest Spring Dresses

As a fashion editor, every now and then you spot a dress that all of a sudden seems like it’s everywhere. Last summer it was Cult Gaia’s Serita Dress, which Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Candice Swanepoel wore on repeat. Though, recently, it seems Tove’s Ceres Tie-Detail dress has taken over the top spot as the front-runner for It-dress of the season ahead.

Created in an array of shades and lengths, over the last few weeks we’ve spotted countless influencers rewearing their Tove dresses from last year. Cue the orange iteration of the brand’s best-selling Ceres, which Lucy Williams has worn, a yellow edition seen on Monikh Dale, a crisp white version sported by Babba C Rivera (among many, many others), and a versatile beige number on Bettina Looney.

Launched in 2019, it’s clear that Tove has captured the attention of the fashion set and we are hardly surprised. The brainchild of Topshop alumni Camille Perry and Holly Wright, the designers have an idea of what will resonate with customers. The brand’s modern, contemporary designs feel fresh yet approachable, with quality and craftsmanship to last for seasons to come.

Tove’s tie-detail dress is undoubtedly a winner for spring—just ask the influencers below. Keep scrolling to see how the style set are wearing Tove dresses, then shop your favourite.

Emma Chamberlain beauty favourites

If you’ve ever wanted to know what’s really inside the makeup bags of the most stylish women in the industry, you’re in luck. We’ve created a new column—Inside My Makeup Bag—to uncover the beauty products our fashion friends genuinely keep in their daily rotation and how much their stashes actually cost. I’ll be delving inside their bags on your behalf and totting up every item in there, from the most expensive to the cheapest. Not only will you be left with an incredible shopping list, but you’ll also get a realistic price tag to boot. Is there someone whose makeup bag you’re dying to see? Slide into my Instagram DMs with your requests, and I’ll see what I can do. This month, we’re delving inside the everyday makeup bag of social media sensation Emma Chamberlain, Bad Habit global ambassador and creative director.

Here’s What a Dermatologist Really Thinks About These 7 Viral Skincare Products

While social media can be a hub for all things fashion and beauty, skincare is a topic that can get a little tricky, especially when certain products start to trend. I’d be lying if I said I haven’t been guilty of succumbing to a viral product only to be disappointed when it didn’t exactly work for my skin. While following trends for clothes and makeup can be an easier feat, with skincare, it’s crucial to be cautious because what works for others may not work for you, and some products may seem like they’re working but can actually cause damage and irritation later on. It’s important to pay close attention to the ingredients before purchasing a product and to consult an expert if possible, especially if you’re facing specific skin concerns.

Since I’ve been seeing quite a few products circulate around social media that have caught my interest, I thought I’d put them to the expert test and see if the products are actually worth it or not. I consulted Kiran Mian, DO, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist based in NYC, who gave me her opinions on seven products trending all over social and included some of her tried-and-true favorites as well. Keep scrolling to see what she had to say.

5 Hairstyles to Wear If You Haven’t Seen Your Hairdresser in Months

Shout-out to everyone who sees their hairdresser more often than their best mates, as I know that it’s been tough going these past few months. While I don’t want to downplay how important it has been to stay at home, there’s no denying that our grooming options have been a little lacklustre. Home waxes, manis and pedis are actually pretty good with a bit of practice, but the facts are you can’t give yourself a proper haircut. And no, watching a YouTube video doesn’t count.

But that’s not to say fashion girls aren’t looking as chic as they used to—nothing is cooler than natural, understated hairstyles, and we’re even seeing a revival of the ultimate bad-hair-day best friend: the plait. There are definitely some standout fashion-girl hair trends that we first spied during last season’s Copenhagen Fashion Week and we’re now spotting all over our Instagram feeds. The best thing about them? They’re all super easy to copy and incorporate into your everyday looks and ideal for co-opting for any bad hair days. Keep scrolling to see more.