What fabric to wear during Summer!

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Jersey is a knit fabric originally made of wool, but it is now made of wool, cotton and synthetic fibres.


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