Label yourself right in these top 3 swing tag styles, what’s your look?
For The Environmentally Conscious
Hessian swing tags are a great environmentally friendly design approach. It is an eco-friendly fabric extracted from the skin of a jute plant or sisal and vegetable fibres.
The fabric was brought over from India in the early 19th century where it was first used for rugs and carpets.
It was also used on soldiers’ uniforms in Hesse, Germany.
You are likely to have seen Hessian used as sandbags and as gunny sacks to hold in coffee beans.
These tags are ideal for a rustic, vintage wedding. Most people choose to use Hessian for rope to tie their swing tags.
For The Trend Setters
Aaron von Freter, from New York has recently featured some awesome swing tag designs on Behance. He has over 12 years of knowledge in design – working for amazing companies like Ralph Lauren and Helly Hansen. Check these out:
For The Totally Vintage
Vintage swing tags are very in right now – with big names brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Topshop and Fred Perry sporting the look.
Still be out-there and unique by making a vintage label personal to your business.
For example, these tags will look brilliant for a freelance writer –
And these will look gorgeous on a bouquet of flowers from a florist –
And for a quirky boutique, creating a brand image is easy with these swing tags by Neville Trickett –