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Fabric type

Good afternoon Fabrics,

I would like to ask for advice. I am 6.5 feet long, relatively slim and have great problems to find fitting trousers. I am not in any way asscociated with the fashion or clothing environmet. I just decided to have a custom-made chinos but the fabrics I was offered were none of my interest (poor quality, patterns, polyester included, etc.). I am looking for something similiar to bonobos .com oxford or washed chinos unicolor fabric in navy blue, grey, beige or sand. It must be organic 100% cotton and durable for every day wearing.

I have no idea what kind of fabrics are OK to use for chinos- there are thousands of 100% cotton and usage is not always clear from description.

I would be very thankful for your advice where to find the fabrics with reasonable prices (best online).

Many thanks,

Lucas

By: Lukas Behun

One Response to “Fabric type”

  1. Kirsten says:

    Hi Lucas,
    First of all if you really want your chinos durable, long lasting and wrinkle free so they stay stylish, don’t go 100% cotton. A good quality blend is really what you want. It will reduce wear spots in the knees and makebth buttox not sag quite so soon. Look for something in the 65% cotton, 35% polyester, and 5% lycra. With this mix the recovery of the fabric after wearing and then washing is much better. You should also consider rayon a very breathable and soft alternative to cotton. With this your fabric choises and colors should increase a very great deal. All of which you can order here on fabrics.net or look at your local fabric stores. Check the ops of the bolts for fiber content. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprized at the selections. Good luck.