To fully leverage the capabilities of Neural Fashion, it’s crucial to craft effective prompts that vividly describe the scene, environment, or desired model. In this tutorial, we’ll illustrate how to structure these prompts and share some valuable tips and tricks to enhance their effectiveness even further.


  • Text prompt: The textual description specifies the desired image for generation. You can write model’s, clothing’s or background’s features. 
  • Parameters: Parameters alter the image generation process, affecting aspects such as aspect ratios, models, upscalers, and more. These parameters are placed at the end of the prompt.


Prompts can be concise, even a single word. However, brief prompts depend on Neural Fashion’s default style to creatively fill in any unspecified details. Include all vital elements in your prompt. Providing fewer details leads to increased variety but diminished control.



As we have said, parameters are crucial to let AI better understand which are the details we want our pictures to have. They help us express better the charascteristics of the prompt and obtain more precise results. 

Here we can see a list of details we can try to add on your prompts. This list serves as a reference, there are endless possibilities to explore:

  • Subject: person, animal, character, location, object
  • Medium: photo, painting, illustration, sculpture, doodle, tapestry, 3d
  • Environment: indoors, outdoors, on the moon, underwater, in the city
  • Lighting: soft, ambient, overcast, neon, studio lights
  • Color: vibrant, muted, bright, monochromatic, colorful, black and white, pastel
  • Mood: sedate, calm, raucous, energetic
  • Composition: portrait, headshot, closeup, birds-eye view
  • Camera: 35mm, polaroid, leica
  • Style: realistic, oniric, distopic, fantasy
  • Time: future, past, mid 17th century, 80’s



In this section, we present additional resources for further information on creating your own prompts. Feel free to explore them for inspiration and guidance!