More and more people are looking for new and original ways to express themselves. One of our favorite ways is through custom apparel because it plays such a huge role for individuals to let their voices be heard. Many know Customized Girl as a print on demand apparel and accessory company with heavy focus on trendy designs. While we may have started out selling custom t-shirts, we’ve evolved into a community of statement makers. We feel that it is empowering to make a custom shirt and to wear that statement across your chest. We now have expanded our product inventory to include more accessories so our customers aren’t just limited to tees and tanks. Over the last year we’ve really upped our customization game with customized socks!
Custom socks? We bet you didn’t see that one coming. The ability to customize socks has taken off and are a huge hit among trendsetters and fashionistas. How come? Socks can be overlooked as boring and bland but when it comes down to it, socks always fit and everyone needs a pair at one point. They add a unique touch for marathons, holidays and themed parties but are even better for lounging around. Our group discounts and no minimums makes it incredibly easy for your to create matching designs for a group or a single pair just for you.
Customized Girl offers three different pairs of custom socks – American Apparel striped knee-high socks, ladies no-show socks and Hanes crew socks that includes unisex, ladies, and children sizes. The ladies no-show sock is the newest addition to our sock family and we’re super excited about it. This sock has the printing ability for the design to be on the bottom of the sock. Then you can sit back, put your feet up, and share your message with the world!
Our gallery is full of designs from runners to specific sports teams but you can easily start from scratch. Swap out colors, fonts, and art then add your own text! The best part is if you love your sock design so much you can easily swap it out onto a tee, tank, or even a hoodie. What will your design say?