Fashion Pattern Making In Chennai
Appearance is crucial for obvious reasons in the fashion industry. With that in mind, many can be an excellent source of design inspiration.
Fashion industry is always looking for the latest trend to absorb it and then spread it to the rest of the world. This behaviour is also common in web design. So, when the worlds of fashion and Internet collide, we can expect to see websites that blend together the latest visual and technological trends.
Each fashion brand aims to create a unique and characteristic visual style that fits its personality. However, there are certain characteristics that are common to most fashion companies’ websites. Most fashion websites rely on the power of visuals to draw attention to them and let the product speak for itself. The use of photographs is imperative, large images and videos are very popular. In most cases, the homepage consist of a large background photo and a navigation menu. The rest of the content is pushed to the background so it does not compete with the displayed product. Black and white is a common color scheme for most fashion websites, especially those that want to convey an image of elegance and classicism, while young and playful brands use a lot of color.
The main objective of a fashion website is to keep the viewer in the site enough time for him or her to see the last collection of the product. Some fashion websites have interactive elements and try to transform the visit into a sensory experience for the viewer. In this post we compiled 50 of the best fashion websites you can find on the Internet these days. Fashion websites tend to change from one season to another, so take a look quickly, before they are gone!
Boat Neck Tee Pattern
This pattern is one of my ‘Off-the-Rails’ sewing patterns that I’ve worked with for many years. The Boat Neck Tee is a wardrobe classic when cut in a plain cloth and seriously quirky when you mix your print and plain knit fabrics. Although the image below is of a half sleeve tee-shirt, the pattern comes with a three-quarter sleeve. I’ll be adding a post to the blog very soon showing the sleeve pattern alterations for short and long sleeves.
My Fitted Dress Pattern
Once you’ve taken all your own basic body measurements, you’ll then need to decide which size block will be best for you to use to start fitting the dress block. I always like to select a block that’s closest to my own measurements keeping in mind that I always need a full bust adjustment. That means it’s ok if the block measurements are a little short in the bust because I’ll be adding extra with my FBA. If you have a larger than average hip measurement then you arm want to select a block that’s smaller in the hip because you will have the opportunity to add to the hip area for your first fitting.