Guide to distinguish common fabrics

Fabric selection should be a priority in deciding whether or not to own a suit. If possible, choose natural materials. In addition to being environmentally friendly, these fabrics also create a pleasant feeling for the wearer, give them more coolness and a higher aesthetics.

I. Natural material

I. Wool fabric

  • Pros: elegant and natural. Good air circulation (advantage cannot be ignored).
  • Cons: None, except for the cost of some high quality wool fabrics.
Merino sheep

II. Linen fabric

  • Pros: suitable for sewing summer clothes. Sweat. Machine washable.
  • Cons: Easy to crease, this feature cannot be overcome.
Linen fabric

III. Cotton fabric

  • Pros: Suitable for comfortable clothes. Not as cool as linen but also machine washable.
  • Cons: Easy to crease, but better than linen.

II. Synthetic

I. Polyester, nylon fabric

  • Pros: High durability, less wrinkles. Low cost (seems always a good choice at first).
  • Cons: rough fabric, not breathable, poor heat regulation.
Polyester fabric

II. Elastane fabric

  • Pros: Low fabric density makes the fabric soft.
  • Cons: Similar to Polyester.

III. More luxurious materials besides wool

I. Mohair fabric (made from Angora goat hair)

Angora goat
  • Pros: The fabric is a bit glossy. retains heat well. Good stretch and less crease.
  • Cons: high price. Do not choose too shiny. Should be carefully preserved.

II. Cashmere fabric (made from Cashmere goat hair)

  • Pros: Very soft (suitable for sensitive skin).
  • Cons: The price is very expensive. Should be carefully preserved.

III. Alpaca fabric (made from the hair of a small camel)

Alpaca camel
  • Pros: Extremely soft and light. Durable.
  • Cons: The price is very expensive. Should be carefully preserved.


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Le thi hong
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