Explore the vital role of linings in garments, providing reinforcement, preventing transparency, easing wear, and maintaining silhouettes. Linings shield fabrics from wear, enhance durability, and offer comfort. Choosing the right lining involves matching thickness and color with outer fabrics. Recommended materials include durable polyester, moisture-absorbing cupra, and luxurious silk. Linings, though optional, significantly impact clothing quality and comfort. Careful selection based on fabric types ensures a refined and enjoyable wearing experience.
The blog delves into fundamental fabric terms: fabric weight, width, effective width, grain directions (lengthwise, crosswise, and bias), selvage details, single and double yarn, prewash vs. postwash, and irregular winding. Understanding these basics enhances comprehension of fabrics.
When delivering or traveling with suits, proper storage is crucial. Introducing tourist bags for suits and coats, featuring eco-friendly EVA material. Various options available, including single-sided and double-sided non-woven bags, with transparent EVA resin for easy content check. The bags are not only practical for storage but also environmentally friendly. Sizes range from 60cm×100cm to 60cm×136cm, catering to different garment types. Explore the collection, and inquire about custom naming for orders exceeding 100 pieces.
Suits evolved from stand-up collar military uniforms. Released soldiers unbuttoned and created the suit prototype. Single-breasted suits are classic, double-breasted are modern. Classic suits originated in England, emphasizing the “V-zone.” When discussing three-button suits, Ivy Style’s “roll to the second button” is key. It’s a declaration of not fastening the button and signifies a classic style. In the U.S., immigrants embraced freedom, creating their style rooted in tradition but emphasizing freedom of movement and functionality. The history of suits, evolving from frock coats and smoking jackets, is more intriguing when viewed through a historical and societal lens.
When you think of Italian materials, you might associate them with luxury and elegance. Italy’s rich fashion heritage plays a significant role i…
This blog post focuses on the “length” of neckties, an essential element in men’s suit style, examining standard tie lengths in various countries, the rationale behind the 138cm length, and the definition of the ideal tie length.
Buttons, found on various items including clothing, vary in appearance based on their shape and material. Button materials can be broadly categorized …
This blog post focuses on the essential components in creating suits: shoulder pads and sleeve heads. We explain their respective roles, materials, and shapes while introducing actual products. The selection of materials tailored to the suit you want to create is indeed the essence of craftsmanship.
Is this Nishijin weaving? This was my impression when I saw this design. I was surprised to see such a modern textile, as the only image I had of Nishijin brocade was that of gorgeous kimonos and obis. The fabric was produced by a traditional weaving company established in the Genroku era.
The term “Jacquard weave,” often used in suit linings, may sound familiar to many of you. It actually originates from Monsieur Jacquard, a…