most common silhouette that has the hem larger in proportion
to the chest and waist measurement, thus giving the
classic 'A' appearance.
This has a straight cylindrical shape to the garment
achieved by giving same measurements to the chest, waist
and hem. The effect is best achieved when overall the
garment has a close fit. This silhouette works very
well for the younger customers.
silhouette is achieved by flaring the garment from under
the armhole. It is important for the garment to be close
fitted at the bust.
refers to a panel dividing the garment horizontally
into two panels below the bust.
This kind of silhouette does not have a symmetrical form.
It can be achieved by varying the true colours, panels,