1. Soft fabrics Soft fabrics are generally light and thin, with a good drape, smooth lines and a natural stretch of clothing. Soft fabrics mainly include knitted fabrics and silk fabrics with fabric structure and soft and thin hemp fabrics. Soft knit fabrics often use straight-line succinct shapes to express the graceful curves of the human body in the design of clothing; silk, hemp and other fabrics are more loose and pleated effect, showing the flow of fabric lines.
2. Very cool fabrics The cool fabrics have clear lines and a sense of volume, which can form a full outline of clothing. Commonly used are cotton cloth, polyester cotton cloth, corduroy, linen and various medium-thick wool and chemical fiber fabrics. These fabrics can be used to highlight the design of garments, such as suits and suits.
3. Glossy fabric Glossy fabric has a smooth surface and reflects light, giving it a sparkling glow. Such fabrics include satin-structured fabrics. Most commonly used in night dresses or stage performances, it produces a gorgeous and dazzling visual effect. Glossy fabrics have a wide range of freedom in the performance of the dress, and can have a simple design or a more exaggerated style.
4. Heavy and heavy fabrics Thick and heavy fabrics are thick and scratchy, resulting in a stable styling effect, including all kinds of thick woolen and quilted fabrics. The fabric has a sense of shape expansion, and it is not appropriate to use pleats and piles too much. The A and H shapes are most suitable in the design.
5. Transparent fabric The transparent fabric is light and transparent, with an elegant and mysterious artistic effect. Including cotton, silk, chemical fiber fabrics, etc., such as georgette, satin crepe, chemical fiber lace. In order to express the transparency of the fabric, the lines are naturally full, and the H-shaped and round-shaped design is rich in variation.
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