Thursday, 30 April 2020

Future Surronding Fashion Post Covid..

As the reality of life under lock-down in many countries around the world sets in, the future looks uncertain as of now.. Despite the absence of a clear end-date for the novel corona-virus pandemic, the latest indications are that social distancing will last until a vaccine is available."This is an opportunity to redefine business models and build a more sustainable, progressive future” for the fashion industry.

There is a very famous saying...
When the going gets tough, the tough get going....
Believing this we all belonging to textile Industry are constantly asking these questions...
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  • Who will survive Covid 19 in Fashion business?
  • What's the future of individual retailers?
  • What's the future of the so many young fashion designers?
  • What's the future of fashion shows? trade-shows?
  • How do Fashion Brands position themselves as it's not considered essential spending right now?
We all agree that corona-virus has changed just about everything. Currently people are not interested in buying the latest styles, instead they want to stay connected with the Brand they already familiar with.

I don't think, Trade shows are going to take place another one year, and even if it happens will have only local O.E.M. Manufacturers and Buyers

Some fashion-brands and volume retailers are planning to postpone the presentation of their collections to 2021, saving R& D expenses.., O.E.M. manufacturers often find themselves in difficulties because the produced merchandises could not be delivered and paid for. There may be a solution.....

I strongly feel this is the time that we all Fashion Enthusiasts, Entrepreneurs and Brands stay together, develop friendly discussion platforms, creates online friendly events together on a common platform, launch new services and experiences to improve relationships with their traditional B2B audience.... Just connecting to your Customer's heartstrings and their need to financially survive and correlate strategies ....

Tuesday, 3 September 2019

Organic clothing

Organic clothing has gained massive popularity among the masses of the present century for a vast number of reasons.

1. Pollution

Fast fashion is the third most pollutant industry in the world. Manufacturing and shipping clothes uses massive amounts of toxic chemicals and leaves tons of waste. the average American tosses 82 pounds of textile waste each year. 

2. Scarce resources

A pair of jeans and a t-shirt takes 5000 gallons of water to produce - 12 times what the average person drinks in a year. Top scientists warn that a water crisis is looming, and the World Economic Forum rated water scarcity the single most important global risk over the next ten years. Companies who can adapt to sustainable practices, using less water, will earn respect from their customers - and will be well placed to survive when water supplies are less abundant, and more expensive.

3. Employees

All too often, the fashion industry falls short in paying a living wage and providing safe conditions for its workers. Who can forget the 2013 factory collapses in Bangladesh, which killed over 1500 people, and caused outrage at the mass market brands who manufactured there? Customers want to feel great about their clothes, and that includes feeling great about how they were made. Fair wages and happy workers are ethical policies - and they are a strong selling point.

Organic #clothing #manufacturers are expected to ensure maintaining quality and eco-friendliness of the materials in every way possible. Know more dm us

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Wednesday, 12 June 2019

Reasons Why You Should Wear Cotton Made Clothing

Reasons Why You Should Wear Cotton Made Clothing

Cotton is a shrub fiber , it creates a  yarn in order to make a breathable and soft textile or fabric. In addition, cotton traps the air in between fibers of the fabric.   cotton material do not stick onto your skin; thus, sufficiently insulating your body. It is estimated that more than 25 million tons of cotton bales are produced each year, may be this is the reason.. Cotton made fabric were already in vogue even for thousands of years ago.

  According to experts, cotton absorbs around one fifth of its weight before it can be considered as damp.

Non Allergic

Cotton made clothes are hypo-allergenic. It is a known fact that cotton textile do not or rarely causes allergic issues or reaction. In fact, most dermatologists recommend wearing this kind of fabric in order to ward off skin allergies.  Cotton does not irritate the skin; thus, it is one of the usual major ingredients in medical products like gauze and bandages.  In addition, baby clothing are usually made of cotton because it compliments sensitive skin.


 What makes cotton very ideal is that it does not have inherent odor so you can wash it quickly. There’s no need to wash it for an extended period too, wasting so much time, power, and detergent of course.  Cotton fibers stick together longer compared with synthetic fibers as the latter tends to break down easily and becomes fuzzy. 

Less Toxic

Since it is a natural fiber, cotton is less toxic compared with other synthetic fiber.  Cloth fibers which are synthetically prepared are treated with chemicals. Most of these can be absorbed by the skin. 

Why they are good for Eco System

Cotton is sustainable, renewable, and biodegradable, making it an excellent choice as an environmentally-friendly fiber throughout its entire product life cycle. Most chemical fibers are petroleum based, which means they come from nonrenewable resources.  

  Indibala Collections

Here at Indibala, we encourage cotton made clothing.

Saturday, 7 July 2018

Many things are wrong with the fashion industry. Trends go as fast as they come, pressuring us to buy the next best thing which will be the second best next month. We are left with cluttered closets, nothing to wear and our wallets a little bit lighter, yet we still can’t help but want more
It’s fairly common knowledge that the fast-fashion industry is shady. Money appears to be the name of the game when taking a critical look into the corrupt side of the industry. Low wagesunsafe working conditionslack of regard for the environment and, in some cases, child labor are used to drive production costs as far down as possible. A bargain price often means someone somewhere else is picking up the rest of the tab.
How can we take a stand against unethical practices in the fashion industry and the negative effects of thoughtless shopping patterns while still expressing our unique style?
One of the easiest ways to fight unethical fast-fashion practices is to stop buying from companies and brands which are not sustainably or ethically produced. According to a study by the Fashion Revolution, Topshop, Forever 21, Zara and Victoria’s Secret, among others, are popular fast-fashion brands implementing unethical and questionable production methods.
Think twice about brands that aren’t transparent in their production methods and environmental footprint. Apps like Good On YouAvoid and Good Guide can help you track ethical brands. TenTreePeople TreePatagoniaLevis and Kings of Indigo are brands currently setting the stage for sustainable fashion.
The corporate giants that dress much of the world need to be held accountable for what is happening behind closed doors in the fashion production and manufacturing process. The fast-fashion industry, paired with a deeply ingrained consumerist mindset, is hurting people, our planet and our pockets.
In order to contribute to worldwide sustainability efforts and to improve countless individuals’ quality of life, we need to start taking an active role in educating others about the impact of unethical fashion practices. Everyone has the power to implement small changes in their lives in order to make a big impact. It’s not hard to win the ethical shopping game; you just have to decide if you are going to play.

Monday, 16 April 2018

Spring/Summer'18 Fashion Trends

The spring/summer 2018 fashion trends are nothing if not bright, bold and Extravagant prints. 
Discover S/S 18's fashion trends, from colours to prints, key pieces to new details:-

Match summer brights with summer brights and, duh, more summer brights. 
Soft Neutrals / Pastel Shades / Pale on Pale / Natural Colour / Muted Texture / Faded Softness / Delicate - Report by PatternBank

The baggy look dresses had been welcomed this season.In these sunny days black string bikini is funky and easy to wear.

Jumpsuits are going to be a staple item in our wardrobe this spring. There’s going to be one for every taste and body shape. 

Print on Print:
To remain in the theme of mixing and matching, another trend we are loving this spring/summer 2018 is the mixing of different prints and patterns in the same outfit.


Sophisticated Scarf Placements, Enlarged Scale, Asymmetrical Tropica Scarf Prints, Striped Scarf Borders, Solid Colour Fills- Report by PatternBank

Friday, 16 March 2018

Internet and Textile Industry

In today's age, it's sometimes easy to forget that the internet is not just for networking and entertainment. It has a purpose and a vast reach; when used correctly, the internet has the potential to educate, transform, and drive change.

The retail sector in Textile Industry is the evident example of this.
With the help of SEO you can increase your value to millions of people through online without going here and there for brand promotion.
87 per cent brands prefer digital marketing,says Digital Marketing Industry Report. Social networking site Facebook was preferred by 89 per cent brands for taking up digital promotion, while search giant Google came second with 78 per cent. 

The online fashion sales have been increased by 185% and will continue to increase more.
Fashion trends change and they change even faster than the advancements in the digital technologies. 

  • Consumer-centric is the Winner:-
              Fashion online marketing in the digital world is all about being informal with potential and existing customers. Business etiquette and polite communication is still important, but consumers are much more attracted to fashion stores that appear more humanly while online interactions. Therefore, a good social media presence is important when it comes to the fashion industry.
  • Social Media Continue to Rule Fashion Industry:-
              Social media is the current trendsetter when it comes to fashion.
  • Content Marketing is Must for Fashion Industry:-
              Fashion stores and brand have crafted online updates and blog posts regarding their fashion styles and businesses have seen a massive upturn in user engagement.

Thursday, 1 March 2018



Designing process have a big influence on the final outcome of the style...  it evolves from an initial idea that often is better than imagination.

  • Design & Print

The proces starts with the selection of prints per the styling.

  • Fabric

The design process starts with the fabric quality.....which depends upon  the Weather of the respected Country as well as the fall of the dress.

  • Fabric Cutting

The skill comes into cutting and placement of the print to ensure efficient use of the fabric.


Our clothing Artisans bring the quality by adding necklines and other Accessories like, belt, studs, crystals, laces.

  • Finishing

Once assembled, the dresses go through finishing, where they are turned inside out and checked for loose threads, pressed and, finally, packed