Spring-summer fabrics for clothing
Cotton, ramiè, linen, viscose, rayon: why they are the ideal fabrics to realise fresh and breathable fabrics for clothing
Warm days have arrived and finally it is time to wear our favourite spring-summer clothes. In the spirit of sustainability and respect for environment, and to take care of our skin too, we can choose fabrics that are natural by their nature and biodegradable artificial fabrics, ideal to realise outfits that are trendy for every occasion at the same time.
We chose cotton, ramiè, linen, viscose and rayon for shirts, tank tops and tops, shirt dresses, trousers and shorts, tunics and soft and light dresses, playing with transparencies and overlays.
Natural fibres: linen, cotton, ramiè
Linen, cotton and ramiè are natural fibres that guarantee the utmost freshness and breathability to the piece of clothing.
Cotton is a fibre with a natural origin, characterised by lightness. It is very resistant, hypoallergenic and breathable too, soft on skin and able to disperse body heat very well. It can be washed by hand both with laundry soap and other detergents.
Furthermore, cotton is ideal for dyeing and printing.
Here are two 100% cotton proposals for the spring-summer 2024:
It is a cellulose natural fibre: hypoallergenic and biodegradable. Eco-friendly, traceable, aesthetically pleasing, linen is a great ally against humidity, because it neither attracts nor holds dust: therefore, it is perfect for spring-summer clothes. Its fibre is characterised by a high resistance therefore, a piece of clothing in linen, if well maintained, will keep its characteristics unchanged for many years.
It is a precious fibre that is very similar to silk, so much that it deserves the epithet “vegetal silk”. It has got medium resistance and tenacity, it becomes a little less creased than linen and guarantees a better resistance to wrinkles. Soft, shiny, elastic and uniform, it resists well to torsion and perfectly maintains its shape also after many washings at a high temperature.
Artificial textile fibres: viscose
Viscose (or rayon) is an artificial textile fabric, produced starting from a fibre that is already present in nature, cellulose, that is obtained from wood. Therefore, it is not to be confused with synthetic fibres, because these, on the contrary, are produced starting from materials that do not exist in nature (like polyester), and are the result of chemical syntheses made by man.
Soft and shiny, it is a breathable fibre that absorbs humidity and gives a touch of freshness on skin: for this reason, it is very pleasant to wear. It resists very well to wear and absorbs well the colours that look very shiny. It can be dyed at any step of production.
Viscose is often combined with other fabrics like linen and rayon, to provide the pieces of clothing with further peculiar characteristics.
art. 5609/P05 TULIP PXT 42% LINEN 29% VISCOSE 29% RAYON weight 70m2 100mtl height 143/146
The Pontex selection for a unique wardrobe
Pontex proposes a special selection of Cotton, ramiè, linen, viscose, rayon, to be used simple or combined with each other, more and more diversified in their uses for a wardrobe made of unique pieces of clothing where the themes of sustainability and conscious production, of pragmatism and rationality prevail. With a touch of frivolousness, all the more necessary, bringing a summery and colourful note thanks to the dense and energetic shades associated to them.
All the fabrics for clothing by Pontex can be customised and are designed to meet any customer’s need.
Discover the Collection of fabrics for clothing Spring Summer 2024 and contact us for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org