Sunday, 7 October 2012

Different kinds of dress materials!

You get amazed when you see some designer dresses in the market, some with all the glitz while others crafted with sophistication. Whenever you go to the market or browse online, you get fantasized while you see the stylish dresses in a variety of stores. Some you purchase while the rest just become a memory for days. But, I wonder how many of you think about the materials from which these fabulous dresses are made and what if these special dress materials would not have been there. Well, we are lucky enough to have to have so many dress materials with which our clothes are made. We feel cozy during winter season with woolen clothes while soft cotton blends help us remain cool during the summer season. There are many factors that should be considered while purchasing your dress fabric such as the comfort, personal style, price, and season. Have a look at some most commonly worn fabrics:
Wool: Wool is a seasonal fabric and it is commonly used to craft winter clothing like sweaters. This natural and thick fabric helps us remain warm during the colder days of the year. Also, the various styles of sweaters available in the market help us make a statement.
Cotton: This soft and natural fabric is the first choice for summer dresses. However, cotton is often blended with other synthetic fibers to improve its stretch and softness. A variety of dresses are made with cotton or I can say that almost all types of clothing can be crafted with this fabric. Men love to wear their cotton shirts in every season and women are crazy for cotton dresses as they get ultimate comfort together with the required style.
Silk: This soft, shiny, and natural fabric makes the best material when someone wants to make a dress for special occasions. But since the silk is a smooth material, dresses made of silk require more care than other fabrics. Silk is quite expensive as compared to other materials due to its shimmering texture and natural production process.
Well, the list of dress materials is endless and there are many about which I can talk but these are some commonly known fabrics. Know the fabric of your dress so that you can maintain it for long. 


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