Stanley/Stella Expresser makes its debut on the app

Replacing the Wants, the Expresser is the new trend for 2019.

2 years ago - 2 min reading

By Marie Boulogne
Stanley/Stella Expresser makes its debut on the app

Stanley/Stella's newest addition to our print on demand application: a short-sleeved, round-necked women's t-shirt, 155 g/m² and made from 100% organic cotton of course.

Just like the Creator, it has all the manufacturing quality certifications such as GOTS andOeko-Tex 100.

It is also ethically made, as certified by the Fair Wear label .
It replaces the Wants already in the application.

However, there are a few small differences to note, as this illustration shows:

Comparison of print-on-demand t-shirts offered by T-Pop.
  • The collar seam is wider
  • The sleeves are slightly longer (+ 2 cm)
  • It is less curved (+ 2.5 cm at the waist): it is no longer necessary to advise your customers to take a size above.
  • It is shorter (- 2 cm)

With these modifications, Stanley/Stella wanted to give the Wants a new lease of life. Thus, thanks to this relifting, the Expresser perfectly meets the new fashion trends.

With this new size guide, we have decided to add a new size, XS, to give customers who want a more slim fit the opportunity to choose the size below.

We have selected the same colours as on the Wants and added two new ones: lavender and mottled pink. We chose them for two reasons: they sell very well in shops and they look great in print.

Women's Expresser T-shirt in organic cotton with T-Pop, the eco-friendly Print on Demand.
Digital printing by the T-Pop workshop, the eco-friendly and eco-responsible POD.

How much does it cost?

The last piece of good news (we saved the best for last): the Expresser is at the same price as the Creator, i.e. 13.20 € TTC for the white and 14.70 € TTC for the color .

A nice price reduction compared to the Wants....

Thousands of sales to you!

More information by consulting its product sheet here.

Are you interested in this article? Then share it! ☺️

Continue reading