Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Customized Tshirt........

Have you ever wanted to design your own clothing? Do you ever see people wearing t-shirts with slogans on them and think "I could come up with something cool". Well, with technology improving in the customized garment printing industry, you can now make custom t-shirts yourself or at a variety of online stores.

Printing them yourself is done with heat applied transfers. In my experience they are hard to do right at home with an iron.

The first thing you'll want to think about is if you'd like a slogan, a slogan with an image, or just an image. The pricing of custom t-shirts is usually based on how many colors the design you come up with. If you just have text with 1 color, it is way cheaper to print than say a photographic image. So if you are choosing to add an image, you'll want that image to be as few colors as possible, unless you are ready to spend a lot.

Once you know what you want the shirt to say, you'll want to start playing with fonts. Font selection can really improve the way the t-shirt looks. You want to choose something that is easy to read unless your goal is to have people staring at you for a while with a confused look on their face. Bolder fonts of course will print better, especially on darker colored tees. A custom tee with text that matches the graphic will be the best. So for example, you might want to pick a techno looking font for a shirt you are going to make about clubbing.

Now that you have your text ready and image if applicable, you need to choose what type of shirt it will be printed on. There are many choices available, normal tees, long sleeve, ringers, hooded sweatshirts, polo shirts, etc. There are cuts for more fitted shirts and cuts for women. 


So once you have your shirt style, brand, color, text, and image picked out, you are ready to order your new customized t-shirt. There really isn't a better way to express yourself with your clothes. I imagine with the improvements I mentioned earlier in the garment printing industry, we'll see customizable jeans and other clothing coming soon!

Once the shirt arrives, you are now ready to show off how witty you are. Wear your design with pride and get ready for the compliments!

With Regards-:
Garima saraswat pandey

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Few Tips To Keep Your Monsoon Look Latest And Comfortable....

- Avoid too much make up because if you get wet, it will run on your face and spoil your skin

- Always use water proof liner and kajal for the season

- Take special care of your hair. Do not tie it tight as this will only make your hair lose on its natural moisture content

- Always keep your toe and hand nails painted. This will avoid them from looking dirty

- Use a lot of colour in your look. keep your look colourful with bags, accessories and clothes. It's no more about being neutral for monsoons

- Avoid denims as much as possible

- Link chains and statement bracelets look fab this season

- Beautify your feet with simple gold and neon anklets. This season is all about mixing metallic and neon

- Wear knee/ankle length bottoms and light fabric tops. You can wear white only if you are confident of pulling it off

- Invest in good skirts, shorts and knee length harem pants. They act as a saviour for the season

- You can also wear ankle and three fourth length colourful silk pants and play suits if you are not comfortable keeping your look short

- Wearing sunglasses during the season is as important as wearing them in summer as sun rays tend to pass through clouds.

Garima Saraswat Pandey
Senior Fashion Stylist [IIFA]

Monday, July 13, 2015

Mansoon Here............guys.......

Monsoons are finally here and it's time to completely rework our wardrobes. Whites, light colours and sheers have to be reserved for the winter and rain friendly clothes and accessories have to enter for the splashy season.

I agree dressing for the weather can be quite a pain but with a little trick and understanding and what to avoid wearing, one can dress up or down in style and keep it latest at the time.

I prefer wearing the latest fashion, 'Romper' for the wet season. It is very in, provides enormous comfort and is the best way to avoid spit and spatter during the season. Plus it is very easy to wear a romper. You need minimal accessories, rain friendly flat shoes and a trendy water-proof bag and you are good to go.

The brightness of bright colours
In this season covered with blue clouds, bright colours splash a beauteous shinning. Change your wardrobe to go out somewhere. Remove off the pastel and light shades of hot weather and deck up your wardrobe from bright colours. In the monsoon season, the earth is decked up in rainbow colours. Deck yourself too with the natural colours of violet, green, blue, yellow, orange and red. You would feel energetic if you wear the clothes in fluorescent colour. Even the rain water can’t dim down the brightness of these dark shades.

The magic of latest- prints

Floral and digital prints are much in latest trend these days. The magic of the floral prints in the monsoon season speaks from the op of head. Big dotted prints in different colours are eye catching. If it is a baramuda of check topped up with dark T-Shirt of big flowery design, it would attract admiring eyes of people.

Fabrics that dry up sooner- best for monsoon season

if you have worn heavy attire and it has gotten drenched up , your day would be spoilt up. Hence wear light and sooner drying clothes. For this, light cotton, semi cotton, mixed chiffon, vial and poly nylon clothes would prove to be most appropriate. These are comfortable to wear too.

Season of Sneakers-Sandals

These days, foot wears to have become a style statement. It brings in grace along and the looks too change. This season is of sandals. Put your boots and full shoes at an abeyance in this season. Better varieties of rubber and flip-flop sandals are available in the market. The ones who love wearing high heels could wear such sandals which fits well and which are not slippery. The heels mustn’t be above 2 inches.

Fashion accessory

You can get from florescent colour raincoats to light colour ones also. If you get fed up with the same rainwear everyday, you have the option of the transparent rain wears too. The beautiful colour of y0ur clothes would look out of the transparent coat.



Garima Saraswat Pandey

Senior Fashion Stylist [IIFA]

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Latest Tips For Upcoming Season...............(Go For Diva)

Today, mixing and experimenting with two or more seemingly opposite styles can open up your wardrobe to dozens of new options.

While there are no fixed rules when it comes to merging different patterns, prints, silhouettes or colours, you want to make sure that when you do so, you highlight the USP of each trend, even if it means thinking out of the box and straddling the fashion fence! With a little confidence and a few smart choices, you can transcend your fashion sense to a whole new level.

Patiala & Pumps

If fusion fashion is your calling, take a cue from a leading designer's collection and add a western touch to your traditional patiala salwar, by teaming it with a short jacket kurti and pumps in pastel shades!

 Gold & Nude

You can't go wrong with this combination. Pick any shade of nude for your dress and detail it with dainty metallic gold embroidery or embellishments to create a glamourous cocktail dress.

Tribal print & Neon

Make tribal prints eye-catching by wearing them in vibrant neon hues of yellow, indigo, orange, pink and electric blue, instead of dull earthy tones, to give a nostalgic yet contemporary touch to your ensemble.

Sports luxe & colour blocking

If loud prints and patterns aren't your thing, don't sweat it. Wear smart colour-blocked sports staples instead, to bring out the best of the sports luxe trend.

Peter pan collar & Polka dots

A Peter pan collar on a polka dot dress is a classic combination the world over. But combine these two hugely popular trends by sporting a polka dot Peter Pan collar on a plain dress. Femininity personified!

Leaf print & Petal skirt

If you want your wardrobe to have a nature-inspired outfit, choose a blouse with a leaf print and team it with a girlie petal skirt. But instead of using the usual shades of green, opt for a monochrome palette.

Dress & Shorts

Loose, long shorts over a drop-waist dress sounds like a tricy mix-and-match look to pull off but it can make a drab dress look quirky. Do away with accessories for this one.

Floral & Military

While wearing a ditzy floral print dress, think out of the box and add an androgynous touch, by carrying a khaki bag. Alternatively, you can wear a well-fitted military jacket.

Sheer & Applique

Strategically-placed cutwork appliques on a solid-coloured sheer fabric can enhance any dull-looking outfit. The applique can be knit, woven or printed. Make sure the garment is semi-transparent and in the same colour as the applique.

Ombre & Peplum

This unique peplum dress was a winner on the ramp, especially because of the ombre scheme, which is a subtle alternative to colour-blocking.

Handkerchief hem & Sheer

Looking for an asymmetrical sillhouette? Find a dress with a handkerchief hemline in a sheer fabric. This combo is not for pear-shaped women.

Long jacket & Playsuit

Designers gave jackets a twist by combining long jackets with playsuits and shorts. You can do the same by opting for sheer fabrics, with embroidery or applique for your jacket.

Garima Saraswat Pandey
Senior Fashion Stylist [IIFA]

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Tips For Boyish Shaped Body Figure....

As a teenager you probably wondered when your hips or your breasts will grow in. Sadly, five, ten years came and they still look like they almost never came: your hips are narrow, your bust is small and you have a non-existent waist. The boyish shape figure also known as the ruler or banana has a sporty physique and your slander figure will be envy of many.
Whether you have mastered how to create those desired curves with the use of colour and design or continually struggle we have a whole range advice articles to give you tips and ideas with dressing your body shape.


Tops for Boyish Shaped Women:

Creating those curves is easier then you think with the right clothing!
Luckily for you boyish shaped women you are able to pull off wearing high necked tops. These tops give an appearance of having a fuller chest.
Crew neck shirts or those with high necklines like turtlenecks and tops that bunch at the neck and chest.
Tasteful front pleats or frills also boost your curves and gives your upper body a soft feminine look. Fuller sleeves and floaty fabrics also look good on you.
If you want to wear straight-cut tops, choose longer tops that reach the hips and end along the waist. Sweet heart necklines will do nothing for you in the bust area so it’s best to avoid them along with baggy tops and tunics.

Is all about structure and the cinching in at the waist with your shape to easily create the illusion of that curvy body you want.
Show-off those wonderful shoulders by wearing sleeveless tops or halter cuts. Choose tops with necklines that accentuate your bust rather than strapless numbers that flatten your chest.

Banded tops with a wide hem that end at the hips add extra width along the hips. A ruffled shirt nipped at the waist also builds the same illusion of wider hips and a heavier top.

Jackets and Coats for Boyish Shaped Women:

Jackets and Coats follow the same rules basically as tops; you just need to follow the rules structured up top and a fabulous cinched in tiny waist.
A tailored, curvy jacket or smallish cardigans favored by Michelle Obama will give you that desired feminine shape.
Coats that flare out from the waist and stop at the hip will give the illusion of wider hips.
Accessorize your coats and jackets with different belts to keep that waist tucked and change its look for different occasions.
Remember to avoid boy cut jackets the straight up and down shape does not help to create curves along with slouchy jackets.
As it’s almost summer and coats will not be much use to you for a good couple of months at least why not try buying a light weight parka or even a cardigan with a tie belt for those evenings sat outside enjoying the summer nights. The soft feminine fabrics paired with the tie belt would be perfect for your shape.

Skirts and Trousers for Boyish Shaped Women

Soft skirts with materials that flow and swing are better for you than boxy minis for example because the former create the illusion of wider hips. For nights out, a swingy bias-cut dress will look sexier with girly heels.
Pencil skirts and slender shifts play up your lean looks. You can pair this with a knit top in nearly any length, as long as it fits in a straight line that skims the body without indenting at the waistline.
Mermaid skirts, skirts that are layered and textures as well as tulip skirts create bulk but without making you look frumpy.
The new bubble shorts and skirts will give your slim hips the illusion of more curviness, they work well with a tucked in slim knit top or with a cropped top
The general rule for your body shape when is come to trousers is tailored is better. Fit matters for the boyish figure.
Linen trousers would be a great option for summer giving you and elegant look whilst keeping you cool at the same time.
Detailing on the hips and bum will help broaden your hips however be careful when it comes to cargo pants, unless you can find a pair of cargo pants that are classed as feminine they will just make you appear more boyish.
If you’re feeling daring why not try peg or carrot leg trousers, they have a similar shape to them as skinny jeans (your best friends when it come to jeans!) they will show off your long lean legs whilst adding a tough of fashion

Jeans for Boyish Shaped Women:

You really shouldn’t have any problems with jeans, don’t you? With your slim hips, any kind of jeans look good on you.
Low rise jeans with wide waistbands (preferable of thicker material) that fall on the fullest part of your hips will add a few centimeters. Detailing on the hips and bum will also help to broaden those slender hips.
Skinny jeans that tightly fit, also leggings and jeggings (jeans that fit like leggings) are like your body shapes best friends, they enhance your hips show and off your long slim legs which any other body shape would kill to have. Skinny jeans are  must have in your wardrobe and are perfect for day to day right through to evening wear on a night out with your friends.
Jean styles paired with closer fitting tops should have wide or flared legs to add the illusion of a little more width or curve to your body.
Bleaching or fading effects on the thighs and bum can add contour and help create the illusion of curves.
Beware of jeans that sit on your waist they just show off the fact that there is not much of a waist there. Always try and opt for low rise jeans and add a belt to accessorize which will add width to your hips.
The darker jeans are obviously we all know the more slimming they are. Luckily for you you’ve been blessed with a slender frame and can get away with wearing any color of jeans teamed up with jut about anything.
Finding the right pair of jeans that fit perfectly is a very hard thing to come across if you do find a pair some where why not buy them in every color!


With a straight figure, adding a little fullness on your bottom half can create the illusion of a slim waist and curvier hips. If you are a fan of shorts, pull on a pair that hits no lower than your natural waistline -- look for pleat detailing for a little extra volume. If you love skirts, go for an A-line or gathered-waist silhouette. While jeans may seem like a nightmare, reaching for straight-legged or skinny styles, particularly in bold colors, can showcase your slim hips rather than camouflaging them.


The best outerwear option is a coat with a narrow waistline. Whether your coat is cut this way, or cinched in with a belt, this style will create a hemline that flares, balancing out your bottom half. Create the illusion of an hourglass figure with puff shoulders or epaulets on top. Visual details near the waist, such as flap pockets, bows or embroidery, will also add dimension to your boyish figure.

Dresses for Boyish Shaped Women:
Dresses for the boyish shaped woman can be fabulous, there are so many accessories that you can use to emphasise your body and gain terrific curves.
The perfect dress for the boyish frame flatters and adds curves, look for a dress with a lot of shape however avoid cutesy looks such as puffed sleeves as you will just end up looking little girlish.
Luckily for you most clothing especially dresses actually hangs better on women with smaller busts! If you do want to add more volume up top look for embellishment, ruffles or fullness at the bust. A great dress that automatically makes the chest area appear fuller are empire style dresses, these would be great for your body shape as there usually not clingy so won’t show your boyish frame off underneath.
Another option to create the illusion of curves is to draw attention to your waist, cinched in waist lines or a dress worn with a bodice will defiantly give you some defined curves and help you to achieve that hourglass look.
However make sure you find one of the right length there would be nothing worse then having a floor length dress flapping round your calves.
Maxi dresses are right on trend this season and would look great on your tall slim frame.

Garima Saraswat Pandey
Senior Fashion Stylist [IIFA]