By Alammari Textiles
The Best Men’s Fabrics
Men's Fabrics are one of the most famous fabrics sold in the markets. Men choose the fabrics they wear very carefully, as they want to make sure that it is the most suitable fabric to the nature of their use. Work fabrics are different from occasion fabrics or exercise fabrics. All manufacturers of men's clothing try to provide many different models that suit all men's needs. There is a wide variety of fabrics like cotton, tergal, velvet, linen, and others.
Tergal fabric is durable and has many characteristics that we need in our daily and practical life. Many of us need thick fabric to withstand the pressure of constantly moving at work, so that it is not easily damaged. It is also a classic fabric that is suitable for official meetings and interviews.
Tergal fabric starts from 15 SAR per yard, depending on the type of fabric, its material, and the percentage of polyester in it.
Cotton fabrics are among the best men’s fabrics for most men if not all of them. Cotton is a soft and gentle fabric on the skin, which makes it one of the distinctive fabrics that are suitable for the summer season. Not only that, but it is also suitable for tailoring clothes that are suitable for wearing in all seasons, whether summer, spring, autumn or even winter. Cotton has unparalleled flexibility and softness and is distinguished from other fabrics by the presence of spaces between its tissues that allow air to pass through it. Thus, the body does not sweat or become inflamed with height Temperatures. Plain cotton fabrics starts at 15 SAR per metre.
Modal is a type of rayon but made from particularly high-quality cellulose. Modal is used alone or with other fibres, often cotton or spandex, in clothing and household items like pyjamas, underwear, bathrobes, and towels. It’s also used in making men’s trousers and coats. It has fixed colours that don’t fade with washing. It starts at 60 SAR per metre, with 58 cm width.
In past years, wool was the main fabric for the winter, as it provides a great deal of warmth and protects the body from freezing cold. It’s used in making trousers and suits. It’s a strong and durable fabric that withstands repeated washing, drying, and ironing. It’s also available in plain, printed, and striped designs.