5 ESSENTIAL FABRICS YOU NEED IN YOUR CLOSET
Sometimes it is not necessary to have many pieces of clothing, but to have the right pieces for each occasion, moment and season of the year.
And there are some clothing or fabrics that cannot be missing from your wardrobe during the year and that can help you create appropriate, elegant and versatile looks.
Here are some examples:
Denim is a very versatile fabric that can be used to make pants, skirts, shorts, dresses and even coats, making it mandatory throughout the year.
Its versatility allows it to be used on summer days or on cooler days and can be combined with garments from other fabrics or even as a total look.
Denim pants or jeans are the most popular piece of clothing in this fabric as they are used by all generations and are suitable for more relaxed looks or to be mixed with more classic pieces of clothing.
Linen is a light and fresh fabric and is usually made in more neutral colors such as beige, black, brown and white. Currently, linen is considered a raw material of excellence since it is an organic and sustainable material.
Linen fabric is a versatile, comfortable, fresh fabric that is often used for the manufacture of summer clothes, such as shorts, shirts and skirts and dresses ideal for wearing in the summer that can also be mixed with clothes made in other fabrics, or as a total look.
Cotton is perhaps the most popular raw material in the confection of clothing, since it is very comfortable, light and with a soft touch. It is also very durable, is easy to iron and is available on the market in different colors.
In addition, cotton is a very versatile material and is therefore suitable for the manufacture of bed and table linen, bath or face towels, or for everyday garments such as t-shirts, coats and shorts, as well as for underwear.
Wool is a fiber commonly associated with sheep, but it can also be found in other mammalian animals.
This type of material is known to be very warm and at the same time breathable and elastic. In addition, it is considered a source of sustainable fiber and is quite resistant to odors and dust absorption.
Wool is often used to make coats, overcoats, trousers and sweaters to be used in the coldest seasons of the year, and it is a type of material that requires some care on the part of the consumer, as it is a natural material with very specific. However, it is known that, for example, a suit made of wool blends (with polyester and elastane) becomes easier to care for, as it can be machine washed.
Twill is malleable and resistant and hardly absorbs long-lasting stains. It’s a fabric usually made of cotton, wool or in mixed models, which joins one of these two materials with synthetic fibers such as polyester, nylon or lycra.
Twill is a very structured and somewhat heavy fabric, which is why it is ideal for making raincoats to be used on rainy days or on cooler and windy days. However, depending on its composition and structure, it can also be purchased to make skirts, pants or demi-season shorts.
Now that you know the five essential fabrics to have in your wardrobe, we hope you will be able to create, with the essential pieces of clothing, several versatile, elegant and unique looks for your day-to-day.