Multipurpose garment tags help you stack your merchandise in a way you can identify them without losing precious time. Ideal for apparel stores, these tags also double up as price tags for clothing with other information about the product such as product number, style, size and more. It includes:
The benefits of garment tags
The different types of garment tags
The benefits of garment tags introduce.
Garment tags are the first thing customers look for. They tell customers how much the item costs and provide other important details for the customer such as sizing, color, and style of the garment. Tags highlight major selling points of the garment and include important material information too. Also, tags help customers compare between different garments and choose which one to buy. Tags differentiate a garment from the rest and flaunt its best attributes. The highlighted features and specifications add the validation required to justify their purchase.
The different types of garment tags introduce.
Brand Label: A brand label can have the name of your brand or brand logo. A brand label is associated with the product quality, durability, and feel-good factor.
Size Label: Size labels may contain only a letter to denote a specific size like S for Small, M for Medium and L for Large, XL for Extra Large, and so on. In kids’ clothing, sizes can be displayed according to age brackets like 0-3 months. Alternatively, size labels can also show a measurement value with a unit which will help customers decide whether the garment will fit or not.
Care Label: Mostly attached at the side seam, these labels are printed with wash care and ironing instructions in the form of text or symbols. Care labels inform buyers what not to do during washing, drying, and ironing to maintain the color, print, and fit of the garment. Care labels prevent shrinkage and color bleeding issues in clothes. The label may include information about fiber content like “40% Poly and 60% Cotton”, country of manufacturing, and other details.
Hang Tags: Hang Tags or garment tags contain information about the code number, style, size, and price of the garment. Sometimes, even garment hang tags can have care instructions, manufacturer, or material details. However, these tags are not intended to stay on the garment and are discarded before use by the buyer.