Pakistani traditions and rich culture has an influential impact on every Pakistani festive and event. Pakistani Clothes including the formal luxury, semi formal, formal, bridal, evening couture, night party wear, casual, or other form, has the foremost ethnic wear in the international fashion market. We have the most talented and competitive internationally acclaimed designers in our fashion industry.
Digital textile design is an advanced technique, and is different from screen printing and panel printing on clothes. Basically, it is an experiment of futuristic compositions with smashing colors on objects. Digital printing on clothes is a blend of technology and art. Eventually, the digital design trend on attires, stoles, bags, wallets, shoes, cushions, bed covers etc. has become a fashion statement of urban lifestyle. The design and printing process includes numerous applications. The designs or photos are scanned and generated in a graphic design software application, and then uprooted on to the fabric.
Digital or graphical prints on fabric are considerably exalted among women these days. Personally, I like digital printed Ladies Kurtis whether the fabric is silk, linen, or cotton, as they can be worn in every season like summer, winter, rainy, or spring. Digitally designed shirts come with a variety of ideas, e.g. floral, branches, leaves, peacocks, birds, historical buildings, architectures, and even village and jungle sequences. In addition to this, a diversity of labyrinthine patterns or symbolic illustrations are also available.
Among shirts and tunics, Ladies Tops paired with jeans or trousers have proved customarily comfy for today’s women. Specially, the college attending girls and working ladies have adopted this as their regular or casual wear.
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