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My first product for my new business is a range of sports resistance hip bands. They are targeted mainly at females as I think that this particular product will be used more by women . However I hope to later expand my product range to other fitness items and apparel so a neutral design is what I am after in that respect.
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I'd prefer a more neutral colour pallet, maybe with a bit of colour. but nothing bright or over the top. :) please see attachments for colour schemes
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UPDATE: Don't hesitate to branch out an make the Logo something else, it doesn't necessarily have to b the letters NF :)
Given that the brand/logo for this particular product item will need to be printed onto a label and then sewn onto the hip bands (which are approx 8cm in width) the logo will need to not have too many finer details. Id like to keep is unique but not too crowded. Something that will have a lasting impression yet not so complicated that the logo is hard to remember what it looks like (from a consumer / marketing point of view) and also to not take away from the actual name of the brand I think keeping the logo slightly less intricate is necessary.
I have attached a simple idea (of just the wording) that I created using Canva. This is not exactly what I want but I like the idea of the font (the background was just to see what it may look like on a website etc so please ignore). I am very open to other ideas and any suggestions.
EDIT #1) I think keep the wording in either black or a dark grey and then have the logo a different colour - see what works.