Every spring and summer, people look to these brands when deciding what type of swimwear to purchase. This year, they will certainly aspire to stay up-to-date by sporting the hottest current lace fashions, especially the lace bikinis from RELLECIGA, which are gorgeous, stylish and quite affordable.
They are youthful, cut, extremely sexy, and also come in a number of alluring colors. This lace look might be perfect for those who enjoy open swimming environments, like swimming pools or the beach.
RELLECIGA Lace Bikinis are an expression of personal preference. Wearing one shows that the wearer is up to date on all the latest fashions and ambitious too in obtaining what is difficult to obtain. These fashion experts also know when and where to wear RELLECIGA Lace Bikinis so as to showcase their beauty and unique understanding of current trends.
In addition to the introduction of lace in its swimwear, RELLECIGA will also be rolling out even more this year. One of the most important cutting edge technologies RELLECIGA will bring in is Digital Fabric Printing.
"Digital Printing Bikini" is by far one of the most exciting current developments in the textile industry. Not only does it open up endless opportunities for customization, small run printing, prototyping and experimentation but it also puts textile printing within the budget of your average illustrator. RELLECIGA's Digital Fabric Printing Process can reproduce unlimited colors and shades.
RELLECIGA bikini designs reflect the beauty of its wearers through the exquisite intricacy made possible with Digital Printing, as well as the technical challenges of maintaining the color contrast on the fabric.
As far as we know, most commercially available fabric is rotary screen printed; each print run is typically several thousand yards. The high minimums are due to the cost and time required to prepare a unique set of screens, with each color in a design requiring a separate screen. The main advantage of digital printing is the ability to do very small runs of each design (even less than 1 yard) because there are no screens to prepare.
The inks used in digital printing are formulated specifically for each type of fiber. So, RELLECIGA developed a special formula for the nylon in its bikinis. During the printing process, the RELLECIGA special fabric is fed through the printer using rollers and ink is applied to the surface in the form of thousands of tiny droplets.
The fabric is then finished using heat and/or steam to cure the ink (some inks also require washing and drying). Digitally printed fabric will wash and wear the same as any other fabric, although with some types of ink you may see some initial fading in the first wash.
Also, RELLECIGA's special formula of nylon ratio in fabric makes an ideal swimsuit material as it is innately waterproof. Besides being the pioneer material used in RELLECIGA's Digital Printed Bikinis, it actually becomes more comfortable when it gets wet.
RELLECIGA considers fashion design and process quality as being equally important which is one big reason why so many girls like to wear RELLECIGA bikinis.
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