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Fabrics for every season
By :   Priyanka Arora
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Fashion is an important factor to join your way of dressing up, you always want to have the latest trends and innovations. The clothes you wear, is highly influenced by the seasons, may them be fall-winter or spring-summer. For every season, the designs and trends are in constant change, as well as the predominant colors. Another important segment for the creation of clothes is the type of fabric being used. It wont be the same fabric for summer as it may be for winter. The fabric choice determines how comfortable you will feel. These may be cool fabrics for summer, warmer ones for winter and others like natural fabrics, since some people can be allergic to synthetic fabric in some textiles. Some natural fabrics are Hemp, Ramie and Jute, similar to Linen but go through a different plant process.


In spring-summer, fabrics like cotton, eyelet, tropical wool and linen are the most commonly used for spring dresses as well as shorts or beach wear, these types of fabric soak sweat and allow the air to flow in the clothes for a fresher feeling on hot days. Meanwhile for Fall-Winter fashion, obviously the fabrics are thicker to block the air from the clothes and maintain the skin in a warm temperature, these include, wool, leather, tweed and different types of knits that beat cold and hard winds.


One fabric that never goes out of style and you can wear in any season is the jean. You just have to be aware of the cut, depending on the new trends and tendencies. Jean fabric is not only used in pants anymore, there are also dresses, jumpers, shirts and even handbags. Poplin is also a popular choice for shirts in any occasion; wear a classic white poplin shirt with your summer shorts, as well as underneath your wool coat in winter.


Cotton is the principal, most popular fiber used in the world, so cool, breathable and comfortable we may even ask ourselves, what would we do without cotton? Since cotton wrinkles, polyester was added to give it a nice body for everyday use. The cotton fiber is from the cotton plants seed pod. Silk is another word for sensual or elegance, associated with wealth, Silk is one of the oldest textile fibers known to man. It has been used by the Chinese since the 27th century BC. Silk absorbs moisture, which makes it wearable for summer and also for winter.


It is always important to be aware of the fact that being authentic and unique is the best part of following season styles. You should always be comfortable with what you wear, never letting go of your customs, in every country the styles are different, and these include colors and fabrics in all seasons for every culture.


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