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To stay warm in the winter and your skin breathe in the summer, while magnifying your figure, be careful about the composition labels and decode them! Here are some principles to choose the material of your clothes.

You get into the fitting room and the reflected reflection looks flattering to you. Before going to the checkout, stop! When it comes to choosing the material of your clothes, you have to be demanding. Look for the label and read it carefully.

Choose the material of a sweater: 100% acrylic says the label? If you do not want to shiver, orient yourself towards wool or cashmere if your purse allows it. Polar fiber, 100% polyester, keeps you very warm, but the shapes of sweet-shirts are confined to ski resorts or jogging. In summer, cotton sweaters are more ‘breathable’ than acrylic. Choosing the right material for your clothes helps fight the odors of perspiration! For the Best Fashion Cloth this is the best deal.

  • Choose the material of a shirt. Be intractable. It must be cotton or linen. Natural fiber is a good option when you have to choose the material of your clothes. With heating in winter and heat in summer, little acrylic blouses do not forgive. And even your doe will not be able to do anything for you!
  • Choose the material of a pair of trousers. Your jeans are cotton (sometimes mixed with a bit of ‘stretch’) and it’s perfect. The wool pants are elegant, soft and warm but if they are thick, they do not thin. Flax is a great summer material but as it creases, choose a cotton-linen blend, easy to iron and will stay sharp longer.

If it has a vaporous appearance, it is probably muslin. The chiffon, fragile, but so soft to the touch is so fluid to the fall! The cotton muslin is more rustic but very comfortable. The synthetic is rougher, but less fragile and less expensive.

To choose the material of your clothes, you should know that the name of the fabrics hides fibers that are:

  • Cotton for cowhide, calico, cretonne, denim, latrine, certain muslins, organdy, poplin and some velvet.
  • Silk for the crepe, the flaw, the moiré, the pongee, the satin (sometimes synthetic attention!), and the taffeta.
  • Inlinen for the linen, the batiste, the half-breed (half-cotton, half linen).
  • Wool for tweed and flannel.

 Our advice:

Choosing the material of your clothes is also being attentive to irritations when the skin is in contact with the wool. To avoid this, wear a silk T-shirt underneath: this material, effective against the hot and the cold, has a very sensual touch and a most charming aspect.