A designer’s sweatshirt is no longer a fashion accessory but a way to show their individuality.
That’s why it’s a designer’s responsibility to design a sweatshirt that can be worn by anyone.
But how can you choose a design that can fit everyone?
Here are 10 simple tips for choosing a good designer sweatshirt design:• The best designer sweatsuit design should be unique to your style and body type• The design should have no obvious features• It should be clean, elegant, casual, or functional• It shouldn’t be excessively expensive• The designs should not distract from the design of the overall garment• The designer should not be over-the-top or too obvious, for example, with a stylised head or an exaggerated nose• Designers should make their designs as unique as possible, so they can be more comfortable to wear in general.
“When I was designing for a fashion show, I used to have to do the design-by-numbers,” says Alain Lefevre, founder of fashion design studio Lefex.
“The designers are asked to create something that would fit their style perfectly and that they would be able to wear, and to have a good experience from a designer, that is something I really enjoyed.
But I also knew that the designs I was able to create for them would be too complicated and too expensive.”
Designers are asked not to overdo it with design details and textures.
Instead, they should create a design for each customer.
“The designers need to know what is most comfortable and what is going to be most interesting for the customer,” says Lefeges.
“In general, a design should look natural and comfortable.”• The garment should not have too many details• The fabric should be soft, supple, and breathable• The materials should be durable and strong• The fit should be tight• The silhouette should not look too short or too tall• The collar should be fittedThe final design should suit the customer’s taste.• “Designers should not want to go overboard on details,” says Gail Kroll, a fashion designer and the author of the new book, Designing for Style.
“They should also avoid having too many designs that are too different.
It is better to have too much and not enough.
If the customer wants more than one style, it is better that they try different ones.”• “A designer should focus on two things: the design and the silhouette,” says Kroll.
“This means a design with lots of details and a silhouette that is easy to wear.”• If the garment has a lot of textured areas, it will feel loose, and therefore less comfortable to move around in.• If it has too many pockets, the silhouette will feel awkward to hold.• Design for style should not interfere with the main garment’s main functions.• A designer should keep the overall silhouette and silhouette to a minimum.• When creating the silhouette, consider the proportions of the garment.
“If the body part is too large or too small, the body will look like a pile of stones,” says Yvonne Fournier, a French designer and editor-in-chief of fashion magazine Couture.• The designers should not take on too many shapes and colors.
They should keep it simple and elegant.
“It should be simple and simple,” says Fourniers.
“You don’t want to overwhelm the client with too many different colors and shapes.”• For the design, it’s important to make it unique and comfortable.• In a fashion design, the silhouettes should be a natural part of the fabric, rather than an afterthought.• Don’t overdo the details.
“No designer sweatshop,” says Mireille Pouyé, a designer and a member of the Fondation Glamour fashion design collective.
“Every design should make the fabric feel natural.”• When designing for style, designers should focus more on the design than on the silhouette.• For more advice on choosing a designer sweatshot, visit Al Jazeera’s fashion tips section.