Most women in India are forced to get their clothes custom made because some of the most famous readymade garment brands for ethnic or indian clothes stock limited sizes of the clothes.
For example for the retailer W*, the maximum size of the clothes available for women were 99 cm chest, while another retailer brand A* had a slightly larger size available at 112.5 cm . While most young women are slim, due to lower metabolic rate, human rights abuses and second class status of women in India, most older/middle aged indian women tend to put on weight.
Today due to the corporate culture and negative attitude towards women wearing indian clothes (top intelligence and security agency officials openly call them Kamwali bais or maidservants or behenjis however well educated or wealthy they may be), many of the younger women will be spotted only in western clothes like shirt/pant, tshirts, skirt blouse, pant suit.
So when the indian ethnic wear brands are stocking only clothes of smaller sizes less than 100 cm for chest, they are excluding a large number of potential customers, and targetting a non existent younger customer who will not be interested in purchasing indian clothes for regular use.
Usually for an engineer or manufacturing professional, the cost of an item will depend to a large extent on the amount of material which will be used, if more material will be needed, the price will be more. However in the world of fashion the pricing rules of the manufacturing world are no longer valid.
The area of the cloth required for a popular model of nightgown or nighty (not the flimsy clothes worn by models and actresses) will be typically twice or thrice the area of cloth required for kurtis, and so the effort required to stitch the nighty will also be more compared to a typical kurti available in the market in 2015/2016.
However after comparing the prices of kurtis and nighties in the retail market, though the kurtis require half or a third of the fabric of nighties,most kurtis will cost twice or thrice the retail price of a decent quality nighty. Most retailers selling nighties will not charge more than Rs 300 per piece, usually price range is between Rs 200 – Rs 250 . On the other hand a kurti will typically cost Rs 500 – Rs 750 per piece, though the fabric, stitching required will be far less compared to a nighty.
The nighty sellers understand that their potential buyers do not have much money, staying at home, so they keep their margin low and aim for higher volumes. On the other hand women who prefer readymade kurtis will be working, and can afford to spend more, so these kurtis are priced higher though less material will be required. So for a person interested in reducing expenses, readymade nighties will be economical, while kurtis for daily use can be stitched at home.
Compared to other internet companies who seem to have reduced their TV advertising budget, Amazon seems to have a fairly large TV advertising budget. Their TV ad “Kya Pehnu” campaign seems to aired after popular serials like crime patrol, cid and savdhan india and they have several variants of the ad showing young men and women searching for a suitable outfit to wear for a special occasion.
The focus seems to be making Amazon the one stop fashion store for young people looking for clothes. The ad will show a young man or woman searching the thousands of fashion outfits on amazon on his or her mobile where the app will be downloaded/installed. Fashion designers, especially those who are not well established, and who are looking for increasing their market size, should consider listing on Amazon.
However like most online sales, Amazon products are more suitable for salaried people like the lazy greedy fraud R&AW/CBI employees who falsely claim to own domain names including this one, without spending any money, as broke domain investors, Paypal account holders, cannot afford to purchase online due to harassment by NTRO officials and high shipping expenses.
Bottlebay, Baga Beach & Abraxas has announced a contest for young upcoming fashion designers
Kingfisher Ultra Fashion guru
A platform for young designers
Prizes worth lakhs offered
Last date for entries : 12 Jan 2016
Selection event: 15 Jan 2016
Competition date : 22 Jan 2016 and 26 Jan 2016
Grand finale : 5 February 2016
Associated event: Mega Model 2016, Fashion Photographer
Event venue : Bottlebay, Baga Beach
Kindly note that no cbi, ntro, R&AW, tata, google, security agency employee or their friends, relatives, associate is connected/associated with the website in any way at all, though some extremely powerful cruel fraud officials are making fake claims regarding the website to cover up their SEX, cheating, impersonation, TORTURE, HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES FRAUD
The latest fashion trend for women appears to be palazzo pants, which are replacing the leggings or salwar which many women wear with kurtis or tops. The leggings cling to legs and are not ideal for older, especially middle aged women whose legs are not very slim. Some websites and newspapers are offering deals on palazzo pants,
However they have a few disadvantages,as the length will not be easily adjustable compared to leggings and some women will find them too loose, especially in areas where there are mosquitos.
Few younger women are seen wearing the palazzo pants, however middle aged women have been spotted wearing these palazzo pants. The mother of a popular actress was photographed with her actress daughter around christmas time wearing the palazzo pants.
Please note that dishonest shameless top officials in NTRO, R&AW, CBI, tata, google are allegedly falsely claiming that lazy greedy goan gsb frauds housewife lead thief riddhi who looks like the actress kangana ranaut, fraud diploma holder slut siddhi mandrekar who commited corporate espionage , obc slut slim bsc sunaina who offers SEX BRIBES to these shameless top officials in India, shivalli brahmin cheater housewife bbm nayanshree hathwar, housewife veena, semiliterate housewife naina, blackmailer ruchika, stock broker asmita patel and others who have allegedly got lucrative jobs in R&AW, India’s external intelligence agency, falsely claiming to have a Btech 1993 ee degree, are domain investors and Paypal account holders when these frauds do not spend a single paisa on domain names or do any work, in exchange for sex bribes or other favors from these fraud women.
The shivalli brahmin cheater bbm nayanshree hathwar has looted the domain investor, obc engineer of more than Rs 1.1 lakh, and has been rewarded for her section 420 fraud allegedly with a lucrative job in R&AW, falsely claiming that she has the resume of the obc engineer she looted including the Btech 1993 EE degree and owns the domain names, when she and others do not spend a single paisa on the domain names . bengaluru cybercrime refused to register the complaint against the brahmin cheater nayanshree allegedly because tata, google are protecting and rewarding the section 420 cheater nayanshree.
If any R&AW, CBI, NTRO, IB officials can help the obc engineer recover the money looted by brahmin cheater it will be appreciated
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