Clothing Materials

Clothing Materials

How Does Clothing Materials Affect The Shirt Quality?

Shopping for a casual or formal clothing materials has never been that easy. One has to use different criteria to assess the quality of clothing materials. A high-quality garment materials makes a shirt sturdy, non-stretchable and durable.

Even after wearing and washing the shirt a couple of times, the fabric will not pill or fade. Also, garments made from high quality natural plant or animal fabrics result in smooth shirts, neat seams and beautiful detailing. That means the wearer can be guaranteed of purchasing a comfortable and well-fitted shirt.

How to Inspect the Clothing Materials Quality When Purchasing the Shirt

One of the most important things to consider when shopping for a shirt is its fabric. Regardless of how beautiful or well crafted a shirt’s seams are, a stretchable or piling fabric cannot be great for your wardrobe. So you have to be objective in distinguishing between high-quality and low-quality fabrics. Whether the shirt is made from cotton, cashmere, silk or modal, it must have a number of basic characteristics.

Here are some of the key aspects to consider when inspecting a shirt before buying:

i) Fabric Weight

If you want more durable and warmer shirt, go for heavier fabrics. But if you’re looking for a shirt that will keep you cool during summer, then a lightweight clothing materials can be the best.

ii) Resistance to Shrinkage

Rub the fabric in your hands to find out whether or not the shirt shrinks easily

iii) Appearance and Feel

Choose a fabric that’s attractive and has soft feel to be guaranteed of comfort when wearing it

iv) Natural versus Synthetic Fabrics

Natural fabrics tend to be of higher quality compared to synthetic or blended fabrics. Always read the fabric tag to ascertain the type of shirt fabric. Don’t forget to run your hand over it to identify any flaws.

Most Common Clothing Materials Used In the World

1) Pure Cotton

Natural cotton fabrics are softer, warmer and comfortable to wear. Shirts made from Pima supima (the highest quality cotton) can absorb and dissipate moisture quite easily.

2) Polyester

The polyester fabric includes naturally-occurring chemicals spun into thread. It’s moisture-wicking, resistant to shrinkage and maintains its shape. However, polyester fabrics are not breathable and generally tend to smell sooner than cotton fabrics.

3) Rayon/Viscose

Rayon or viscose is a man-made fiber sourced from trees, cotton and woody plants. The fabric is mostly used alongside cotton and polyester as a blend to give a shirt a softer, more vintage feel.

4) Cotton-Polyester Blend

Cotton and polyester blended fabric are mostly combined in equal proportions to come up with unique garment style. The resulting fabric is also warm, breathable and does not shrink easily.

5) Nylon fabric

Nylon is one of the most common synthetic fabrics used in making clothing. Nylon fibrics have prominent characteristics including waterproofing, resistant to sunlight, resistant to abrasion and others.

6) Silk

Silk is type of natural protein fiber which was very popular and first develop in ancient China. The silk has a smooth and soft texture. It also have a good moisture regain and lightweight.

7) Linen fabric

Linen is made from flax fiber. It is a strong fiber and high conductivity. It is also smooth and have the ability of gets softer when being washed.

8) Spandex

Spandex also known as Lycra is a type of synthetic fiber. It is a strong and elastic clothing material which have more durable than natural rubber. Spandex fiber is suitable for using as sport clothing material.

9) Denim

Denim is a durable cotton warp-faced textile. It has several characteristic such as strong, durable, and elastic.



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