Twill – This type of fabric has a clear structure. This gives more volume and thickness of the fabric, without doing heavy. The standard twill is smooth to the touch and is lighter than “Oxford” and poplin. Perhaps the most typical fabric of this type are denim and tweed. Diagonal bars due to specific weave. Numbering 2/1 and 2/2 on such fabric indicates how intertwined threads. 2/2 means that the weft passes over and then under the filaments of the base 2. 2/1 means that the weft threads pass over and then under 2 one strand of the substrate. Thanks to its structure makes this fabric victorious. Drug very nice feature of this fabric is that there are front and back. The face has a more pronounced streaks. Using such a fabric striped shirt is a great way to highlight stripes.
Weave “herringbone” – This type of fabric similar to the fabric with a diagonal weave, weft but has a V-shape. This is achieved by changing the direction of the diagonal weave. Due to the characteristic form is received and that name. This fabric is not typical of shirts, since it is mainly sew suits and outerwear. The characteristic structure of the fabric stands very well on plain shirts.
A comparison of the white shirt of this type fabric with a white shirt fabric type “Oxford” is eloquently. This weave creates the illusion of fine and meticulous finish. The impression is that the fabric is denser than traditional fabric type “Oxford”, but the advantage of this type of fabric is its softness and elegance. Fabric with a diagonal weave also waterproof, which is both an advantage and disadvantage. In addition, no conspicuous details of the shirt are a sign that when buying her mind. Wearing a shirt fabric “herringbone” You express your individuality, striving to be different from traditional employee carrying the “Oxford”.
Poplin – Poplin is probably the most preferred shirting due to the large thread count per unit area. At roughly speaking, the larger the number, the softer and more luxurious fabric. This type of fabric is expensive because of their high quality and because it is often wave. It is sold mainly in the northern regions because insulate extremely well. The textile industry is mainly used for bedding, draperies and production of shirts. The fabric is tightly woven with built fine edges and has a glossy touch. It occurs in different densities, different textures and mix them. Especially prized are combed poplin and unrest because of its luster. Better quality poplin is known and that is velvety to the touch. Only one touch can understand how complex the structure of this type of fabric. Poplin is very suitable for monochrome shirts with clean cut. It has a smooth surface and is lightweight, making it ideal for custom shirts. Poplin shirts are suitable for areas where temperatures are relatively low. These are the correct choice for the intermediate seasons, as it is neither too thin nor too thick and can easily be combined with both a light jacket, and a blazer. We strongly recommend poplin for shirts spring and autumn.
Dobby (crappy) – This fabric has a rough surface, particularly suitable for plaid and striped shirts as well as check shirts with any other patterns. The shirts fabric of this type are similar to jacquard shirts, but differ in that the fabric is woven faster and its structure is not so complicated. Crepe may have a different composition and thus synchronize the durability and quality of the shirts. Another advantage of this type of tissue that can be painted in different colors, which makes it particularly preferred in the textile industry. Due to the structure of the fabric, shirts from this fabric are a great choice as opposed to smooth fabrics crease harder. Cotton pique is one of the top positions of fabrics for shirts, as it is slightly elastic and does not crease. Shirts with collar and long sleeves usually produced by this type of fabric, but it is also suitable for trousers. Whether the garment will look on a daily or elegantly depends largely on the composition of porting. Pile crappy used for more elegant clothes, there are usually woven yourself artificial silk and crepe are most exquisite fabrics with woven silk in them.
Pinpoint – This type of fat is an improved version of “Oxford”. The method of weaving is identical and the fabric is comfortable and optimal choice for both casual and office shirts. The main difference compared to the “Oxford” is weighing and composition of the tissue. There are two ways to determine the softness of the fabric. Fabrics with a higher number of fibers are typically of higher quality and are softer to the touch. For this reason especially prized fabrics are of this type, containing Egyptian cotton. The second indicator of softness weight of fabric. Tissue of this type of table 80 are lighter than traditional “Oxford” in table 40.
The reason this type of fabric is lighter than “Oxford” is that its production is used in – fine fibers. Some, but not all, fabrics type “Oxford” are rough to the touch and create the impression of a plain and fat tissue. This fabric can also contain synthetic materials in order to increase its durability. Although the percentage of man-made fibers, the ability to crease easily be the decisive factor that makes many people prefer tissue type “Oxford”. This type of cloth may need more care than others thicker fabrics, but if you are looking for lightweight fabrics that create the impression of easy maintenance, it is the right choice.
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