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Popular T-Shirt Colors for Spring & Summer 2013
Every season, a new palate of colors are introduced as the top trend colors of that season. Spring/Summer 2013 is no different with a wide variety of colors. These are the colors that will separate you from the herd and give you a stylish and fresh look compared to the boring geeks of Wall Street. Well, I don’t know about that- but you’ll at least look like you belong in 2013.
Popular T-shirt Colors: 2013
What it really comes down to though is this: if you’re making custom shirts to sell or give away- if you want people to wear them- you should choose colors that are of the time. No one wants a boring shirt that looks like it’s five years too late. Take a look at the colors below and consider these for your next t-shirt design.
The first trends are basic base colors- concrete, straw, sand, and caramel. All with a brown hue, these are very basic yet surprisingly trendy. These colors may be better for pants- though the can work great as the base color of a t-shirt as well.
Moving onto blues you’ll notice they all have a very dark purple hue to them. The last one on the right is almost black it’s so dark. These would also go great as a base color for a shirt- or a bigger base for the design on the shirt.
The greens are very dull this season. They all have a sandy- army color to them. Like the desert Army man toys you used to have. I really like basic greens like this- simple and tough, you can combine these greens together for a base and design of a shirt.
Last, the reds. These colors are the real stand outs of the season. Bright- and fluorescent they’re going to be the accent color you want to use with other more basic colors. Remember, black always works as a base color- these reds would go great with a black or charcoal. As well, any of the base colors at the top.
Of course, these aren’t the only colors you should choose from, but they are a great start. Use these as inspiration for your own t-shirt designs at OneHourTees.com. With a free consultation on design and t-shirt selections, we’ll make sure to help you find the right color for you. Don’t hesitate!