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Tailor made garments:
Tailor made garments are those garments prepared by tailor, which are perfectly fitted to a condition, preference, or purpose for which order is made. All work is based on measurements provided by the customer.
Features of tailor made garments:
• Tailor made garments provide the assurance that payment is made for a shirt that perfectly suit’s the physique.
• By having garment tailor made specifically for one, so he can have a cloth that not only perfectly fits body, but at the same time complements and enhance it.
• Incase of tailor made garments one can select the fabric of his choice. If somebody is allergic or feel uncomfortable to certain fabric, then he can choose the fabric of his choice and select color, design and pattern etc. Thus getting liberty from readymade garments.
• Most of the time if the perfect garment is not found then one gets frustrated. Because if the color of the fabric is liked then it may not fit the body as desired. On the other hand if the garment fits perfectly then the color may not be the one you want to ware. These kind of the problems are solved in case of tailor made garments. People get to choose fabric, choose style, fit, color, and the tailor does the rest for them.
• Incase of tailor made garments one design his own shirts. This means that people get to enjoy the benefits of a “one-time only, limited edition for only one” shirt.
• With the help of tailor made garments one get to build a whole wardrobe personalized according to body type, style choices, and the events that usually take part in. Each of the clothes will be made directly according to needs- for work specifications, special occasions, according to the events and places go to.
Most people have too many clothes in the closet. One way to downsize or simplify your wardrobe is to recycle some of those clothes, especially the ones that have become smaller in sizes, many years old or just simply gone out of style. One can take a decision of passing on clothes to other people like younger siblings, cousins and nephews. You could also send clothing along for the children and grandchildren of friends and co-workers. You could donate the clothes to the needy, thereby recycling the older textiles and making way for newer stuff. You should choose to donate the clothes you no longer wear. Well, there are numerous benefits of doing this. Just think that in this way you’ll have more space to store your brand new clothes. We bet that you have a few t-shirts, skirts or pants you no longer wear. By donating a few bags of clothes you will be able to help the poor forget about the financial crisis. Even if you do not want to donate your designer clothes you can be sure that they will appreciate your gesture. Now all you have to do is to search for a company providing its’ customers with the chance to be part of a clothing recycling program. It will help you get rid of your unwanted clothes. If your jeans have shredded bottoms or holes in the knees, cut them off into shorts. One can think of making a quilt from old clothes. The baby clothes can be used for creating a quilt. You can cut other clothing into squares and various shapes for making other quilt patterns. One can create textile art with recycled clothing in various fabrics and patterns. Charities and jumble sales also make door-to-door collections. One has to keep an eye out for those plastic sacks coming through the letterbox.
Look for comfort over fashion:
Very tight jeans – may look great on the slim legs of the younger generation, but no matter how slim an older person may be, they are going to be very uncomfortable in these outfits. They want to be comfortable, yet be in harmony with the times. Clothing that looks good, yet does not fit tightly on the body, is what they are looking for. Almost all senior citizens have slightly less than perfect figures. Age has begun to show on their bodies, and skin-fitting outfits will only highlight these discrepancies. Combine fashion with comfort when you are looking for clothes for the more mature generation.
Long wearing and easy to care for materials:
Senior citizens do not have the ability or the desire to spend time taking care of their clothes. They need something that is easy to wash and easy to take care of. Clothes that need dry-cleaning every time they need to be cleaned are a drain on their resources and are also a drain on their time. They need to find dresses, trousers and shirts which are in the wash and wear category, rather than special silken and chiffon outfits which look great but need special attention.
One or two good outfits for special occasions:
Senior citizens have realised that it is not important to wear a new outfit for each special occasion. They are willing to repeat their clothes, but they would like to have one or two clothes which are very special. These are only for particular occasions, and even though they are expensive, they look good and only add to the charm and grace of their mature selves.
No flashy colours, but no dull colours either:
Older people tend to wear very dull colours, since they believe that bright colours do not suit them. This is a bit of a misconception, since it is flashy colours which do not suit them, but there are many bright colours which only enhance their dignity and charm.
“Clothes maketh a man” – there are many who believe in this old adage and feel that you are what you wear. Old grandmothers always told us that you should what you like, but wear what the world likes!
By the time you reach the venerable group of seniors in this world, you begin to realise that clothes are not the most important aspect of your appearance, they form a major component of it, but you learn to choose carefully and with greater discernment. You have by now established your likes and dislikes and you are not likely to follow the trendy fashions, but go more with a conservative trend rather than the latest fads.
If you are buying clothes for senior citizens, or if you are a senior citizen then there are few guidelines which you should keep in mind, before you go out shopping:
Do not follow short-term trends:
There are many fashion trends which look great, but are not likely to last long. Unfortunately, fashion caters mainly for the young, and very few designers cater for the older and more mature customers. These customers are not looking for flashy, look-at-me clothes, they are looking for something that is the latest wear, but suits their maturity and age.
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The men were wearing three piece suits, and colours had moved beyond the conventional blacks and blues and greys. Brighter colours, zippered jumpsuits, wide lapelled jackets and suits, flared trousers and high waistcoats, all of these were a part of their dressing codes. It was only around 1978 that we saw a return of the straight-cut trousers for the men.
Informal dressing now centred upon the T-shirts, specially the ones with special messages stamped on them. Moustaches, sideburns and short beards were common, and there was always the long hair, popularized by the Beatles.
In India Bollywood actresses, Sharmila, Rekha, and Mumtaz among others, set the trends among the women. The ladies were moving towards a bolder look and were proud to drape their sarees in a much more revealing fashion, or were wearing tighter trousers and tops, and like Sharmila, they were willing to wear a bikini with pride. Sarees were still the accepted mode of formal dressing, but the blouses were now being cut and stitched better, and they were no longer just a part of the saree. They acquired an importance of their own. The salwar kamiz continued to rise in popularity, only now it was less clinging and made much more stylishly, with a great emphasis on traditional prints and craftsmanship.
Casual clothes, as everywhere else in the world, in India also were denoted by the flared trousers and the light T-shirts. Girls loved voile and cotton blouses with flared sleeves, or with some gypsy embroidery on them. The boys were happy with their jumpsuits and their flared trousers and the frayed jeans. The true denim jeans swept through the fashion scene only in the next decade.