Fashion and designer clothes
Clothing is paramount in every person’s life because through the clothing person has recognized their individuality at everywhere, so they always want to wear something like that which are in latest trend and looking awesome and have a unique spark in the cloth, which makes every person’s personality too gorgeous. Cloths are the stuff which always being changing with the trends and fashion so always we have to be very careful about it. When choosing to cloth according to the latest trend or according to the fashion world we get this idea from Hollywood, or the fashion show that which kinds of clothing or attires are in demand or which type of design are becoming popular in the market, so we enhance our beauty with latest designer clothing or attires.
Designer clothes are good quality pieces that are classic; they last for seasons and seasons as long as they are cared for properly. A designer doesn’t have to mean high-end £1000s; it just means clothes that aren’t thrown together by sweat shop workers and sold for under a fiver. Good quality labels ensure good quality clothes/Jewellery and a fairer price for the people who make them. It’s very easy to shop in a high street store and find a number of other people wearing the same outfit as you, by choosing a label you are less likely to find someone dressed the same as you. And it’s always better to bring a bit of individuality to your look.
If you are worried about spending a little bit more on your clothing, there are signs you can look for to check the garment is of good quality. Firstly, check the clothing seams; the stitching should be faultless with no puckering or bumps. Wonky stitching or loose threads are a sign of a poorly made, rushed garment. If the item of clothing has any buttons, check the stitching on those too, give them a little tug – do they feel secure or are they loosely sewn on ready to fall off as soon as you buy it? The fabric of the piece of clothing is a dead giveaway for quality; if your garment is made from polyester(ka-sha), it’s probably going to be cheap as polyester is the cheapest fabric out there. Just by touching your fabric, you can usually tell the quality . If it doesn’t feel good on your hands then it won’t feel good on you. Pima, Egyptian and Supima cottons are among the high quality fabrics, along with cashmere, silk(sari), linen and tweed. Most quality garments will have a lining, and the lining will should be of a good standard too.