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10 Tricks To Check The Quality Of Clothing While Shopping


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Going for shopping but worried about the clothing quality? Here are the top 10 tips to judge the quality of material which ensures the worth shopping,

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10 Tricks To Check The Quality Of Clothing While Shopping

  1. 1. 10 Tricks to check Quality Of Clothing While Shopping…
  2. 2. Hold The Fabric Up To a Bright Light Keep the clothing material in the lights to make sure the good quality of cloth material. The thicker the material, higher will be the quality.
  3. 3. Do the “scrunch test” to see if clothes stay wrinkly Hold the part of cloth in your fist for few seconds and then release it. Check weather the fabric stay wrinkled or do the wrinkles come out quickly? If it doesn't stands wrinkled for a small time period, it won't be good enough to stay longer.
  4. 4. do the “pull test” Don't forget to Check for the clothing pull test. Hold the material in two hands and stretch it a bit. If the shape of the material alters, The fabric won't be too promising to stay longer.
  5. 5. When in doubt, shop in the men’s department Now a days, extremely thin and gauzy tops are mostly seen in girls shopping which allow the designer spend less on material. If you are looking for shirt not that thinner, you are advised to try in men's section. since menswear offers fewer clothing patterns, their items tend to be less expensive.
  6. 6. Avoid exposed zippers since they can be a sign of low quality Unless the exposed zippers are part of the designed element the zippers should be flat and covered with a pocket which guarantees proper zipping work. Make sure the stitching holding the zipper should match the pattern
  7. 7. Check to see if skirts and pants have decent hem allowances The sheath margin is the width between the seam and the sheath end . If you're tall, you know that this extra piece of fabric to be a lifesaver when it comes to adjusting items so that they are larger. In general, straight skirts or pencil made of medium or heavy fabric and prefferd have 4-5cm sheath margin.
  8. 8. Don't Forget That well made pants have French seams French seams are an excellent finishing technique, explains Roes, since gross edges of the fabric are hidden in a well-made sewing and presentable.
  9. 9. Judge quality of an item by the BUTTONS & BUTTON HOLES Lapels should have firm stitching and a space tacked to enter button. Tap the button and make sure that it is well tailored - and there are not many wires coming out.
  10. 10. Pull the seams taut to see if there are gaps between the stitches This trick can prevent you from spending money on cheap clothes. "Best quality clothes have more stitching per centimeter and thus have tighter seams, which means that there is less chance of the seam undo.
  11. 11. Linings are always a goodsign Having linings on cloth which holds the stitching of clothing material proves out to be great quality material.
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