Our custom woven clothing labels are made to your specifications including logos, colors, and styles on your choice of fabric. We offer professional services, quick turn-around, low prices, and very low minimums with NO SETUP FEE on every label order. You've put a lot of work and thought into creating the best products for your clients. Now put the finishing touch on them with customized clothing labels from Clothing Labels 4U .com.

Monday, March 2, 2015

Organic Cotton Printed Labels - Made here in the USA

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As of March 1st 2015
WE now offer

Organic Cotton Printed Labels that are made here in the USA!!!


organic cotton printed made in the USA labels
Our new Organic cotton printed labels are so soft. You can have your logo printed on them.
Labels are heat pressed onto certified organic cotton. They are machine washable and dryable and do not fray.

We also offer cotton printed NON Organic
that are made here in the USA

but you need to end or center fold them or they will fray - they do nto come folded

Cotton Printed - Non Organic- not made in the USA

Cotton Printed labels

Thursday, February 26, 2015

How to Trademark a Clothing Label

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A clothing label builds its reputation based on its name, logo and designs. The clothing label must choose a name that will easily become a recognizable trademark. Both the name and logo function as trademarks to identify the clothing label's products and distinguish them from those offered by other clothing labels. The name and logo often work together, as we often see with top fashion designer brands and labels. A strong name and logo need to be protected from both trademark infringement and being diluted. Both federal and state registration provide trademark protections.

Step 1

Choose a name for the clothing label. Compile a list of other clothing label names from trade shows and industry directories. Compare your name to other clothing labels. Rule out any names that are too similar to any other label names.

Step 2

Research all business names online. Search state and federal trademark registration databases for similar names. Make a list of similar names and registered trademark names. Survey prospective consumers to determine if they might be confused between your business name and other similar names.

Step 3Adopt your unique clothing label name and logo. Avoid generic, merely descriptive surnames or regional names. Use your label name to create a stylized mark. A stylized mark includes a select type of font, size and color. Create a unique logo as a complement to the name.


Step 4

Place the clothing label name and logo on the clothing products. Create product samples, catalogs and web pages. Offer the products for commercial trade across a wide geographical range. Sell the products over the Internet for the widest geographic distribution. Use of the mark in commerce creates "common law" trademark rights prior to registration.

Step 5

Register the name and logo as trademarks at the state level. Complete a state registration application in each state where the trademarks will be heavily used. Submit the applications online or in person. The online registration may provide an electronic registration confirmation and email notifications.

Step 6

Register the name and logo as trademarks at the federal level. Complete separate federal trademark registration applications for the name and the logo with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Describe the stylized marks and include design sketches with the application.

Step 7

Submit the application online or by mail. Provide a sample of the mark as associated with the product. Include a sample  for each type of good offered. Sign a sworn affidavit of ownership rights and pay the applicable filing fee.

Step 8

Protect the label name and logo from unauthorized use and trademark infringement. Continuously use the marks on the goods and offer them for sale in commerce to prevent another label from adopting your mark during a hiatus. Dont forget to renew your trademark every 10 years. 

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Do I Need A Hangtag?


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Completely depends on how you are selling. Usually you should have a hangtag. If you happen to be selling from your own website direct to consumer, then I would say it’s not absolutely necessary, but if you are selling wholesale, retail at a tradeshow, or have a booth at a craft show, then having a hangtag is a nice addition.
A lot of the time you’ll notice that the hangtag is a very simple shape with the logo on the front, and that’s about it. I always recommend including your website but not necessary if you don’t want it. Hangtags are an excellent surface for any additional information you want your customer to know about you. A hangtag could include a paragraph explaining how the company started, sketches showing how to use a complicated piece, a barcode to offer a customer a discount, etc.
Now that your garments are labeled correctly, get out there and sell!

Reminder-Lisa will be at Magic tomorrow~

Clothing Labels 4U.com is sponsoring a seminar at Magic!

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Come meet Lisa Rosenberg!!!

When:
Monday, February 16th
12:00 PM -
Where:
LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER
SOUTH HALL
LEVEL 2, ROOM S231
Lisa Rosenberg will be there live to meet and assist you with your label needs!!
There will also be a business card drawing at the Beyond Design: Producing and Marketing Your Fashions Seminar to win
Sponsored by Clothing Labels 4U.com

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Woven Damask labels,centerfolded


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custom clothing labels sewing
Thankyou so much for the tags!! 
I will definitely be ordering again from you,
and also different products too!
But thanks for everything
it's exactly what I wanted. 2/15

Woven Damask, Flat Labels

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Custom clothing labels
We've ordered labels from you numerous times and the service, turn around time, and end product are always exceptional. As business owners we know the work that is involved to make and keep customers happy so we just want to thank you for all the effort that goes into keeping us happy! Here is a bike seat bag prototype with one of our beautiful labels on it. 2/15
Brian and Monica Laplander, Carsick Designs