Shirts can be roughly divided into two types, one is formal shirts and the other is casual shirts. But there are more fabrics for shirts.
Whether it is a formal shirt or a casual shirt, I believe everyone has one or two, so you know what they are. Made of fabric? Is it comfortable to wear?
I asked a master who often works with fabrics. The master said that there are more than ten kinds of shirt fabrics, and the composition of each fabric is related to the use of shirts. All are different. Today, I will choose some of the more commonly used fabrics to tell you about them.
1. Poplin is composed of fine weft yarns and thick warp yarns. The changing warp yarns of this fabric give this fabric a unique and unique look. Distinctive features;
2. Pure cotton thin plain cloth (cottonbatiste): It is woven into a light plain weave with fine and high-quality yarn fabric. The finest thin fabric woven from Egyptian cotton is called Swiss plain cloth and can be used for dress shirts.
3. Oxford fabric is blended with dyed and undyed threads, resulting in a rough feel. Shirts made from it are both soft and durable. However, there are many different types of Oxford textiles, but compared with thin plain cloth and poplin shirts, they always seem not refined and formal enough, so they are mostly used as casual shirts.
4. There is also a fabric called Ribbedtwill. The structure of this fabric is twill-like. Its structural characteristics are similar to The same, typical shimmer of mercerized twill makes an ordinary plain shirt more interesting and distinctive. It is more suitable for some casual shirts, giving people a relaxed and casual feeling.
5. Brushed cotton is cotton with a plush surface, usually made into soft casual shirts. The products are available in plain colors, various plaids, and English plaid.
The famous Tattersall plaid is the most common raised cotton in Europe and is also a popular style in Europe. It is a checkered pattern with two dark colors alternately arranged on a light-colored substrate. The name originated from the British horse breeder Richard Tattersall. Unexpectedly, he was the first to hang this pattern on On the horse’s blanket.
6. Royal Oxfonl is a fabric that is more delicate than ordinary Oxford. Like traditional oxford, it is also interwoven with dyed and undyed threads, which means that shirts made of fine oxford have a silky smooth feel, are softer to the touch than regular oxford shirts, and are more comfortable to wear.
7. Sea Island Cotton (Sea
lsland) is the best variety among raw cotton, also known as the “most expensive” cotton. The overall color is milky white or light brown, and the fibers are thin and long, with the characteristics of silk. It is mainly used to weave high-count fabrics. Compared with poplin, it is more precise and has a silky texture. Moreover, the printing outline on this kind of fabric is clearer and the color contrast is more vivid, so it is more suitable for fancy patterns.
Okay, let’s talk about the fabrics of these seven shirts. I hope it can bring some help to you who don’t know the fabrics. I will continue to work hard to provide everyone with various knowledge about clothing, suits and shirts. Remember to cheer for me~