Every time I buy new clothes, someone will ask if they are pure cotton? I was surprised, are the fabrics of clothes only made of pure cotton? Also, when it comes to fiber fabrics, I think they are chemical fibers, which are all bad.
Cotton clothes are indeed good, but now there are many fiber fabrics that are as good as pure cotton, and even more comfortable to wear
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When it comes to Lyocell, everyone feels unfamiliar, but when it comes to Tencel, everyone knows it. Tencel is actually just a brand name, Lyocell is the name of the fabric. Tencel is not just silk, it is an environmentally friendly fabric. This kind of fabric is commonly used in H&M’s environmentally friendly series Conscious.
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Pima cotton looks very similar to cotton. Pima cotton has longer fibers, excellent softness, strength and bright colors, making it suitable for underwear and bedding. Pima cotton is not very well-known in China, but it is not difficult to buy Pima cotton clothes. Uniqlo has many basic models made of Pima cotton. The price is also very nice.
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Organic cotton is more environmentally friendly than the lyocell above. The cultivation of organic cotton can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 94%. The water contamination rate is also 98% lower than non-organic. Many brands are increasing the use of organic cotton to catch up with the general trend of environmental protection. Domestic brand Klee Klee insists on using environmentally friendly fibers and organic cotton to reduce pollution to the natural environment.
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BIONIC uses discarded plastic products to produce clothing. It is a type of polyester fiber like polyester. The creative director of BIONIC is the famous singer Pharrell, who hopes to improve the situation of marine garbage through BIONIC. H&M conscious
exclusive designed a dress using this fabric.
The production of clothes in the past was actually quite unenvironmentally friendly. Now more and more environmentally friendly fabrics are appearing, and the texture is no better than pure ones. The cotton is poor. So when buying clothes, don’t just look for pure cotton fabrics!