Imagine that you are walking around a store and you buy an outfit that you really like. When you find out after purchasing that this outfit is not as comfortable as it looks, it itches, has a stretchy fabric or is prone to dusting, it's too late. You can no longer love that outfit as much as it looks. According to research, the majority of people are lazy or hesitant to return the products they bought, even though they have the right to return and exchange.
Let's not forget how practical the return and exchange conditions are actually. Returning to our main topic, before buying a product, wouldn't you want to understand whether it is a quality outfit rather than its appearance?
What can we pay attention to when choosing clothes, let's examine them! The seams of a garment are very important. When you take the garment in your hand, you should stretch the seams. Thus, you can understand whether the binding points of the fabric are solid. The fabric with elasticity at the seam is very likely to tear. This tip will come in handy when buying clothes from the store. Because a significant part of the clothes tried on in the cabin is damaged by the customers. It is a good idea to try it in the store before purchasing the product.
There is a misconception in society that low-priced clothing is of poor quality. The fact that the companies that successfully complete the branding path keep the product quality constant and increase their prices ensures the continuity of this understanding that is settled in the society.
You should pay attention to the labels that indicate how much of which fabric type is in the product. You should especially prefer products with a high ratio of natural fabric types. The second trick for a quality outfit is to examine the small informational labels inside the product.
Examining the label of a product is sometimes not enough. By understanding the thinness of the fabric with our hands, we can get a preliminary view of whether it is transparent or not.
When purchasing an outfit with a zipper, you should also pay attention to the structure of the zipper. Metal zippers are much better quality and longer lasting than plastic ones. Also, the sewing direction of the zipper should be on the invisible side. Let's also write in a corner of our mind that the length of the zipper should be equal on both sides.
After going through the basic tips, we can give examples for choosing the right clothes.
JEANSIn choosing a jeans, we should first measure the upper part of the jeans from our hands to our elbows to understand whether it has a waist. If it fits perfectly, then jeans are perfect from the waist up. When we hold the legs of the trousers and open them to both sides, we can say that the length of the trousers is according to our body if it reaches full length of two arms.
JACKETSThe first thing you should pay attention to when buying a jacket is the fit of the shoulders. If your shoulders are wide, you should prefer padless jacket models. If you have low shoulders, you can wear padded jackets. Be sure to check the sleeve length when buying a jacket. There should be a difference of 2-2.5 centimeters between the sleeve lengths of the shirt and jacket. The end of the jacket sleeve should coincide with your thumb joint.
BRALETTESIn the selection of the bralette, which is highly preferred this year, you can reach the right piece by taking your own measurement. Take the measurement of your rib cage under the bust. Add 5 to the number you found. For example, you measured 85, 85+5 = 90. This is your correct size measurement. Measure around your breasts from the fullest part of your breasts. Subtract the size you just found from the size you found earlier. For example, let's say your measurement is 92.5 cm. Measure 92.5 cm – 90 = 2.5 cm this cup.
SHOESFirst of all, it is useful to choose evening hours when buying your shoes. Your feet swell and expand due to the load on your feet all day long. Care should be taken to ensure that there is half an inch of space between the longest toe of your foot and the shoe. The shoes should not be too heavy, because it will put excessive load on the foot ligaments and joints, causing pain. As you know, thick-soled shoes became the fashion of this period. If you say that keeping up with the fashion is my priority, then make sure that the weight of the shoes is not more than the ideal measure.
After sharing the tips on what to pay attention to in the example of clothing combinations, we can move on to our last topic.
In general, we will include three types of fabric in our article. These fabric types are cotton, wool and linen fabric.
Cotton fabric, which is the most popular fabric used in many ways, is a natural fiber. It comes from the seedpod of the cotton plant. It absorbs moisture well and carries heat out of the body, keeping it cool. It does not create static electricity. It wrinkles easily. Cotton is easy to clean; it can be laundered or dry cleaned.
In order to understand whether a fabric is cotton or not, we can examine the washing instructions on the label on the product. However, if this label is not found on the product, then we can do an experiment with the lighter. Remove thread from one corner of the product. When you burn the thread you removed, if you smell paper and the ash is gray, then the product in your hand is made of cotton fabric.
Wool fabric is the natural fabric obtained from hairs of animals spin into yarns to produce warm clothing for winters. It can be broken down into its fibers one by one, it has the feature of being a recyclable fabric. It is highly water resistance and retain 30% of their own weight in water before it starts to leak. Linen fabric is a type of fibrous fabric produced from the stem of the flax plant. It absorbs moisture immediately and keeps it inside for a long time, yet linen dries quickly. The fabric hardly stretches. Thanks to the micro-cavities in it, it has an effect that keeps the body cool in hot weather. It also has a fluff-free structure and a smooth surface. In addition, the first fabric production of humanity was from the linen fabric type.
We hope you have learned the fabric types in general terms. Wishing you to live with quality fabrics...