Realistic & High-Resolution Apparel Mockup Templates

Realistic mockups are useful templates that apparel designers often use as a cost-effective way of testing a design before actually going into production.

Realistic mockups are useful templates that apparel designers often use as a cost-effective way of testing a design before actually going into production.

This means that after you have designed your artwork you can convert your 2D design into a realistic 3D item very quickly.

Using one of the templates below, the process becomes even quicker as you can easily insert your own artwork using Photoshop Smart Objects and quickly edit the appearance to match your design.

T-Shirt, Polo & Hoodie Mockups

T-Shirt Mockups Pack (2000×1500px, PSD)

With these PSD templates you can change the t-shirt color, edit the background, change the small manufacturer label and, of course, you can insert your own designs. There are three templates included in the package: Laid, folded and piled.

T-Shirt Mockups Pack

T-Shirt Mockup (1920×1440px, created online)

This mockup is even easier to generate than the others—you don’t even need Photoshop! Just upload your image, let the Placeit website create your T-shirt mockup using this cute image of a couple making funny faces, and download your high-resolution mockup ready for use. You can even customize the color of the shirts and the background!

T-Shirt Mockup

T-Shirt Mockups (3500×3000px, 300dpi, PSD)

In this mockup collection there are templates for both male and female t-shirt styles, and all you have to do is paste your design into the Smart-Object and you’re done. You can also edit the skin tone and hair color of the models.

T-Shirt Mockups

Photorealistic Soccer Outfit Mockups (2000×2186px, PSD)

With this photo-realistic mockup kit you can design your own unique football kit (strips and shorts). The templates also come with displacement maps that give a wrinkly realistic feel to the mockup.

Photorealistic Soccer Outfit Mockups

Realistic Polo Shirts Mockups (3000×3000px, PSD)

This very easy to edit polo shirt mockup kit supports unlimited colors and comes packaged with four fantastic effects: Holga, Sunny Day, Blueberry and Sahara.

Realistic Polo Shirts Mockups

Fashion Bundle (2500×2800px, PSD)

There are a total of six high-res PSD mockup templates in this package. That includes 2x t-shirt mockups, a folded shirt template, a hat template and both female and male model mockups.

Fashion Bundle mockups

Hoodie Mockups for Men (1300×700px, 300dpi, PSD)

This kit includes four hoodie mockups – front and back views, and with and without models – and, apparently the male model is also included 😉

Hoodie Mockups for Men

Formal Wear Mockups

Shirt Pattern Design Mockup (2083×2482px, PSD)

Shirt Pattern Design Mockup

Sneakers Mockups

All-Star Shoes Mockup (1260×870px, PSD)

With this kit you can quickly illustrate a sneaker mockup very easily You can add any background, choose the shoe color and you can, of course, insert your own pattern design.

All-Star Shoes Mockup

Hats & Caps Mockup Templates

Professional Cap Mockup (1700×1350px, PSD)

Professional Cap Mockup

Snapback Cap Mockup (1534×1300px, PSD)

Snapback Cap Mockup

Classic Rimless Beanie Mock Up (1599×1500, PSD)

Classic Rimless Beanie Mock Up

Kids & Babies Apparel Mockups

Baby Clothes Mock-Up (4000×4000px, 300dpi, PSD)

Baby Clothes Mock-Up

Baby Clothing for Winter Mockups (2000×2000px, PSD)

This collection of highly realistic baby suit mockups comes packaged with four different variations, and are all styled in their own layers so you can change any of the elements and also add your own designs or logos with ease.

Baby Clothing for Winter Mockups

Templates available for unlimited download

Not sure what template to choose? Check out the apparel mockups available for unlimited download through our design subscription service, Envato Elements.

T-Shirt Mockups

Hoodie Mockup Set

Women’s Sweater Mockups

Baby Bodysuit Clothing Mock-up

Bucket Hat Mockup Pack

Cap Collection Mockup

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This article was originally published in November 2016 and has been updated.

Paul Andrew

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