Move over Polo, the Quarter-Zip’s in Town

Move over Polo, the Quarter-Zip’s in Town

Mar 23, 2015 1:35:00 PM / by Rachel Rodgers



Although the polo shirt is the standard when we think of customized company apparel, quarter-zip pullover sweaters are becoming the hot trend. They’re becoming more and more popular for either tailored, rugged, or sport cuts, and for their diverse layering options.

The quarter-zip is everywhere in company apparel — especially in the winter —and it looks great for company casual events as well. New England area, private-school, fashion-conscious college campuses are loving the trend. Both professors and students find the sweater easy to layer for work or semi-formal events. For men, it’s great with a crisp button-down for a more formal look, or with a Henley shirt for a more relaxed feel. Popular colors are ones from nature: tans, dark blues, olive greens, maroons and reds, grays, and burnt oranges.

Learn more about the high-quality Better Sweater Fleece Quarter-Zip from Patagonia here.

Check out sleek quarter-zip pullovers and heavier quarter-zip fleeces for winter on our website. We carry quality brands like Patagonia, Cutter & Buck, Storm Creek, Hanes, Champion, Nike, Bodek & Rhodes, Alo Sport, Ash City, and more.  To us, any item can be customized: it can be embroidered or screen-printed for your company.


Or shop some of our Quarter-Zip Pullovers here:

Shop/Buy Quarter-Zip Pullovers Sweaters



—————About us:

Classic Touch Embroidery is a custom embroidery and screen-printing service providing company apparel and promotional products for all of your business needs. Founded in 1994, owner Debbie Duffield has been involved in the sewing industry for over 32 years.  CTE believes in educating the client. Debbie has a zeal for matching the right product to her client’s needs. Classic Touch Embroidery has over 2 million products a few clicks away and will find the essential product for you: visit www.classictouchembroidery.com or call 856-381-5144.


Topics: sweater, Business and Marketing, clothing, apparel

Rachel Rodgers

Written by Rachel Rodgers

See more of my freelance work athttp://www.rodgerswritinganddesign.com/


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