Labels and Back Tags with product images are, if not yet common, not unknown. Here a label carries the fabric pattern of the lingerie it relates to and becomes part Front Tag in use. When the offering is dozens of styles of colorful panties, imaging the fabric pattern rather than the silhouette or outline of a panty makes retail sense and can help maintain the planogram. Note also that the labels are gang printed in a strip with UPC codes for each size in the imaged pattern. Very organized. Extruded continuous label strip provides the shelf edge home for this concept. The plain-paper labels just drop into place protected by a clear front window.

SEARCH “Front Tag” and “Back Tag” for related posts, or “Color Strips” for decorator shelf edge label holder concepts. See a long shot of this overall merchandising system at “Panties in a Bunch?”

For worthy lingerie posts SEE…
Lingerie in a Bell Jar
Sign Says Cheeky
Butterfly Tattoo Tights
Wolford Whispers Sale Privately
Bras for Well-Read Girls
Black Lacquer Tray Offers Storyline
Black Lacquer Tray Without Storyline
Panties in a Bunch?
Panty Fabric Pattern Imaged on Shelf Label
Single-Prong Slotwall Bra Display
Panty Size in Brushed Stainless
Telegraphing Lingerie Curbside

For fabric in fixturing see…
Jewelry Slatwall Hooks on Fushia Fabric
Logo’d Canvas Cap Display
Fabric Covered S-Hooks
Fabric Pattern Imaged Onto Shelf Edge Label
College Level Back-to-School List
Wire Dividers Flex to Fit
Canvas as Sign Substrate

For a visual Pininterest Board summary see…
Fabric in Retail Fixturing