military clothing

Discussion in 'Int Corps' started by Military Clothing, Apr 7, 2011.

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  1. When it comes to personalizing your own military clothing, you need to consider a few things about the clothing company that will make it for you. If you think that personalization is important when it comes to clothes, then you need to look for a company who can give you what you prefer. If you have not found one yet, here are a few tips on what to look for when looking for companies that customize your regiment shirts.

    The first thing you need to look at is the quality of the fabrics they are offering. Since you need to personalize your regiment shirt, it is important to be able to choose from a lot of fabric choices available. Choose from a wide variety that can make you look at different fabrics. Whether you want it to keep you warm or if you want it to give you relief from the heat of the summer, you should find a good choice of fabric from among their stocks. You may also want to check out their styles for your own personal preference. You can choose to add a collar or perhaps front pockets. Whatever design you choose, make sure that they can customize it for you and add it to your regiment shirt. The color is also important to consider. Make sure that the fabrics they offer are available in a wide variety of colors. Most of these shirts are available in green, blue, and gray.

    You should also consider the badges that they include. Make it a point to choose a clothing company that personalizes the badges of your regiment. Whether they embroider it for a certain price or if they have ready-made badges for you, it should be included in their list of services. A lot of military members want their badges embroidered on their regiment shirts, so make this a priority on your list. Another important thing to consider is the turnaround time for your shirts. Choose a company that has a fast turnaround time. They should not delay your shirts for any reason and you should be able to get it at the soonest possible time. A company that finishes your shirt in about three to five business days is good enough to ensure that your shirts were not hastily done but were quick enough not to make you wait for too long.

    Other important considerations such as no minimum orders are also important to consider. You do not want a clothing company that charges you for a minimum amount of orders instead of giving you the freedom to choose how many shirts you would like to order. You may want to check out the reviews of a certain clothing company before inquiring about their services. A well-known and reputable company can give you the best services in the market when it comes to personalizing your regiment shirts.

    So are you ready to order your new shirts? As personalized as they can get, they will truly fit your own personal taste. A military clothing can now be personalized, thanks to new clothing companies.
  2. you spelt military wrong in the first line of your post, I gave up reading after that
  3. Military clothing look like a site sponsor. Their clothing might be better than their ability to select English (US) from English (UK)
  4. Shame I cant find any corps stuff.
  5. Were you looking for any Corps in particular?
  6. Military clothing, the red part of the Tudor rose should be on the outside. By that careless mistake you have ensured no member of the Int Corps will ever buy any of your products.
  7. I was also led to believe, but having only served for 19 out of my 25 years with the Corps, I may be wrong, that the background colour for most of our "Regimental Clothing" is a nice shade of Cypress Green - I can't seem to find any on the above mentioned site, nor was there any mention of the Cypress Green "12 inch" accessory for our ladies - what a crime !
  8. I'm sorry for butting in here, but you really, really need to sort out your website.

    The pure lack of grammar is enough to put me off purchasing anything from you. Look at the following; a single paragraph advertising one badge simply cut and pasted to show what I mean:

    Random capital letters.
    No spaces after a full stop (where you even bother using one at all).
    Poor use of English.
    Mod? Do you mean MoD? (I notice you also use Eod instead of EOD on another badge).
    Spelling of approved?
    It was Royal Army Pay Corps (By the way, the APTC is now the RAPTC - you need to update that as well)

    All in all I would score you a D- must try much, much harder if you want to be seen as a professional company.