1. What is the quality of the t-shirts that you make?

The t-shirts are manufactured in the way the shrinkage & Colour fastness will be less than 3%.WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Machine Wash Warm, Wash Dark color separately, Tumble Dry Low/ Lay Flat Dry, Don’t bleach / Dry Clean, Cool Iron

2. Why Do Garments fade?

Sunlight contains ultraviolet (UV) radiation and it is this that causes colours to fade. In summer there is obviously a lot more UV radiation than in winter. Further, since the days are longer in summer, you are likely to have clothes fade more in summer than in winter. It is not just clothes hanging on the line to dry that fade. While you are out in the sun, the clothes you are wearing are being exposed to UV radiation and consequently are quietly fading.

Reducing Fading While you cannot really do much to stop clothes fading while you wear them other than perhaps buying a very large hat or sombrero, you can take some steps to reduce fading when you hang your clothes out to dry after washing them. As a first step, turn your clothes inside out when you hang them out to dry. Any fading which occurs on the inside of the garment is not likely to be noticeable. If you have a rotary clothes line, hang your darker coloured clothes on the inner lines and the lighter coloured clothes on the outer lines. The clothes on the outer lines act as a shade for the inner lines and reduce the amount of sunlight they are exposed to.

If you have a fixed clothesline you will know the direction from which the sunlight comes for the time of day when you are drying your clothes. Simply hang the white or lighter coloured clothes in a position so that, as much as possible, they come between the darker clothes and the sun. Finally, do not leave the darker clothes on the line for longer than it takes to dry them. In summer especially, clothes are often dry in under an hour and so don't need to be left out for the whole day.

3. Is there any customer service team I get in touch with for my queries?

Yes, you can also drop your queries to [email protected] or to [email protected]

4. Minimum quantity I can order?

Although at Priyanka Fashions we manufacture 3000 pieces a day. the minimum quantity is a single piece from our ready stock of colours and style with branding. Nevertheless, for economies of large scale production we suggest a minimum quantity of 250-350 pieces.

5. What is GSM?

GSM is the short form of “ Gram Square Meter”. This is normally confused with gms ( weight of the garment). It is not possible for a non industry person to determine the gsm. of a garment unless a lab test is done to determine the same. It is very unfortunate that a non industry person normally while comparing the price of a garment of various manufacturers use G.S.M.as a bench mark. Higher the gsm better the quality is an absolute myth.


We ship the goods via air, rail & road to the destination of your choice on a To-Pay basis.

7. Printing/ Embroidery?

This depends on several factors. If I may ask you a few questions I will be able to give you a quote for your custom print job. As Screen Printers we should know all the factors that go into producing a custom t-shirt job and know that without getting all the details necessary you cannot give your customer an accurate quote.

8. What is the combed / semi –combed / carded T shirt ?

There are various qualities of cotton yarn. Combed cotton is superior to semi or carded. Cotton balls start surfacing after a few washes if the yarn is a semi combed or carded.

9. I need Bulk, or Still have a doubt what can I do?

You are always welcome, contact by Phone +91- 8610579971 / 8448200178 or mail us at [email protected] or [email protected]