Different fonts communicate different attributes and have their own individual personalities. Your future customers will make assumptions about your business just by the font in your designs without even realizing it! This is why – be it logos, websites, packaging, stationery or any other design project – it’s so important for your font to resonate with your brand.
While you want to choose a font you like and think is aesthetically pleasing, it’s also important to keep in mind the feelings and associations it will evoke for future clients and customers. If you want to go after a modern, balanced and contemporary feel, a monoline script could work wonders for your designs. And on that note, we present to you Garment District, born of an artistic collaboration between Jeremy Vessey of Hustle Supply Co. and Alex Joganic of 1871 Project.
The lovely monoline script font features a unique set of vintage-inspired characters and includes alternates for each uppercase letter, in case you want to shake things up a little. While the font works beautifully for branding and logotypes, we recommend you also try using it for design projects related to fashion, posters, signages, product packaging, advertising, book covers, and print designs. Whether you choose to use Garment District as a standalone font or pair it up with other fonts, your copy is bound to stand out and make a statement in a subtle, fashionable way.