Put away those tight fitting jeans and polyester shirts because we know that it’s not good for our body temperature and skin in this koluthara veyil! 🙁
It’s time we realise that our Indian wear – Kurtha, pyjamas are more convenient. Anyway, you got to use a sensible fabric in summer to cope up with the heat!
Here are few fabrics that might help you breathe!
A chambray is a lightweight plain weave fabric of cotton, silk or linen woven with a coloured yarn in the wrap and a white yarn in the weft.
Linen is a textile made from the fibres of the plant.
Khadi is a term for handspun and handwoven cloth made out of cotton. The cloth is primarily made out of cotton and may also include silk or wool. It’s a versatile fabric cool in summer and warm in winter.
Cotton is a soft breathable textile made from the cotton plant. It is the most widely used natural fibre cloth.
Denim is a sturdy wrap faced textile in which the weft passes under two or more warp thread. The most common denim is indigo denim, in which the warp thread is dyed.
A perfect blend of cotton, silk and golden zari. It is lightweight, has sheer texture and fine luxurious feel.
Jersey is a knit fabric originally made of wool, but it is now made of wool, cotton and synthetic fibres.