Get the Look: SWATHI PUNJAMMIES™ for Fall

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Shoe Shot of SWATHI Full with pockets



Get the PUNJAMMIES look

pockets on our SWATHI PUNJAMMIES

 Top | Long Sleeve Thermal

Bottoms | Swathi Full with Pockets PUNJAMMIES™

Shoes | Black and White Pointed Kitten Heels

Necklace | Bandero 31 Bits Collar

Today, with the help of fashion blogger Sharin from Sharin a La Mode, we are styling our Swathi Full with Pockets PUNJAMMIES™ for fall! How gorgeous are the pink birds and black blossom flowers on these pants? We love this eclectic boho look because it incorporates the darker colors of fall, while keeping an upbeat feel with the fun pattern of these PUNJAMMIES™.  How do you wear your PUNJAMMIES™? ;)

Behind the Scenes: Fall 2014 Photoshoot

 In just a few days we will be launching our late Fall/Winter PUNJAMMIES™ collection.  We are so excited (yay for borders and pockets)! If you have been following us on social media, you may have seen some of our upcoming styles. If not, we put this video together and took some pictures to share the sneak peek experience with you! It takes many people for a photoshoot to come together properly. There are so many parts to ensure a photoshoot runs smoothly, from making sure someone has ironed all of our PUNJAMMIES™, ensuring everyone is fed and hydrated, providing the photographer with extra hands on deck, shooting behind the scenes pictures and videos for social media, and designating people to help setting up and breaking down the set. Thanks to our phenomenal team, this was all possible! Our superstar team included:

Photographer: Patrick Yandoc
Stylist: Liana Wood
Hair and Makeup: Elisa Wilson

… and of course our incredible models (including blogger Amanda Nguyen of Feast Fashion Faves), volunteers, our intern, and always hard working staff!

We hope you enjoyed going behind the scenes with us! For more behind the scenes looks, tips on styling PUNJAMMIES™, and PUNJAMMIES™ Bag DIY ideas, subscribe to our Youtube Channel.  As always, thank you for your purchase of PUNJAMMIES™. This purchase helps ensure the women in our sewing centers will remain free from sex-slavery while providing resources for their children to attend school, grow up healthy, and break the generational cycle of sex trafficking!

For Freedom’s Sake,

Christine — Slavery abolitionist & IPP Intern :)

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DIY Wine Bags

Next time you bring wine to a dinner party, you can bring along your PUNJAMMIES™ bag too!

For quick video instructions on this DIY, visit our YOUTUBE Channel! Be sure to share your PUNJAMMIES™ Bags ideas with us on social media!

Happily DIYing,

Christine — Intern & DIYer

Introducing PUNJAMMIES™ with Pockets!

Kalyani Full with pockets & border: fuchsia and coral blossoms vine across rich teal green cotton with our double Banarasi border

Padma Full with pockets & border: Purple and marigold flowers with pops of a perfect grassy green vining across vibrant poppy orange cotton. Trimmed with a Banarasi border of grassy green and gold.


Today we are taking a break from our PUNJAMMIES™ Bag DIY Series to talk about the latest PUNJAMMIES™!

Your suggestions were seen online, the new patterns were created at our California HQ, and the new style was sewn in our sewing centers in India. A few months later, we are excited to announce that our two latest style of PUNJAMMIES™ have pockets! Now, our casual cotton women’s pattern pants have a space to put your cell phone, keys, or even tissues from the kids! This makes them perfect for every on-the-go woman. :)

As you take on your day in style, remember that every pair of  PUNJAMMIES™ purchased helps to provide dignified and freely chosen jobs to survivors of human trafficking. With these jobs, the women in our sewing centers can support themselves and their families while providing resources for their children to attend school!

Shop new PUNJAMMIES™ with pockets:

DIY Handmade Fabric Flower

DIY Wednesday on the IPP blog!

Today’s DIY is a great gift idea for a girl, yourself, or grandma! Today we are using our PUNJAMMIES™ bags (or scrap fabric) to create fabric flowers!  Today’s PUNJAMMIES™ bag is an older style from a few months back. But don’t worry- all PUNJAMMIES™ bags are nearly the same size. For video instructions on today’s DIY and all DIYs in this series, please visit us on our Youtube Channel, PUNJAMMIES™! Don’t forget to subscribe. See you again next week!

Have a Wonderful Wednesday,

Christine, Intern and DIY Lover