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Ever wondered what materials are used to make your clothes? We will be discovering the different types of materials in today's blog! Let's Go!


1st Material: Cotton
Cotton is a staple fibre made from natural fibres of cotton plants. Like its fibre, cotton is a staple material in the fashion industry. Cotton is known for its softness and breathability due to its fibre structure. This is why Cotton is your best choice for the warm and sunny weather in Singapore! Some of our favourite cotton tops are our Beary Round Neck Basic Top, Summer Basic Crop and upcoming Grace Crop Top.

Ever wondered what materials are used to make your clothes? We will be discovering the different types of materials in today's blog! Let's Go!


1st Material: Cotton
Cotton is a staple fibre made from natural fibres of cotton plants. Like its fibre, cotton is a staple material in the fashion industry. Cotton is known for its softness and breathability due to its fibre structure. This is why Cotton is your best choice for the warm and sunny weather in Singapore! Some of our favourite cotton tops are our Beary Round Neck Basic Top, Summer Basic Crop and upcoming Grace Crop Top.

2nd Material: Polyester
Polyester is a synthetic woven material made from molten polyethyleneterephthalate (PET) after several processes. Polyester fibres are extremely strong. They do not tear, stretch or pill easily and are able to withstand against abrasion, making them so durable. Not only that, polyester material retains its shape, making these clothing pieces wrinkle free! So if you hate ironing, this material is your must go to! Some of our picks: Jose Cropped Tank, Mila Top and Camilla High Waist Short.

2nd Material: Polyester
Polyester is a synthetic woven material made from molten polyethyleneterephthalate (PET) after several processes. Polyester fibres are extremely strong. They do not tear, stretch or pill easily and are able to withstand against abrasion, making them so durable. Not only that, polyester material retains its shape, making these clothing pieces wrinkle free! So if you hate ironing, this material is your must go to! Some of our picks: Jose Cropped Tank, Mila Top and Camilla High Waist Short.

3rd Material: Linen
Linen is a strong, lightweight fabric made from flax plant, which has a slightly rough textured material. Linen material is absorbent and environmentally friendly. However, it wrinkles easily. Hence if you prefer a wrinkle-free look, Polyester might be a better choice for you!


4th Material: Knit
Knit is the act of interlocked yarn using long needles, falling under two categories, weft knitting and warp knitting. Knit is stretchy and flexible, conforming to most shapes and wraps over them due to its unstructured-like nature. It is also easy to maintain as no ironing is required due to its wrinkle resistance. Check out our Val Off Shoulder Top!


5th Material: Denim
Denim is no stranger to anyone. It is made from strong cotton fabric using a twill weave. Denim is on the heavier and thicker side due to its material, providing protection and prevents wear-and-tear. Raw denim is relatively stiff but over time, with more wears and washes, the denim will soften. Every girl needs a pair of denim short, you can count on our Emma Denim Short!

3rd Material: Linen
Linen is a strong, lightweight fabric made from flax plant, which has a slightly rough textured material. Linen material is absorbent and environmentally friendly. However, it wrinkles easily. Hence if you are prefer a wrinkle-free look, Polyester might be a better choice for you!


4th Material: Knit
Knit is the act of interlocked yarn using long needles, falling under two categories, weft knitting and warp knitting. Knit is stretchy and flexible, conforming to most shapes and wraps over them due to its unstructured-like nature. It is also easy to maintain as no ironing is required due to its wrinkle resistance. Check out our Val Off Shoulder Top!


5th Material: Denim
Denim is no stranger to anyone. It is made from strong cotton fabric using a twill weave. Denim is on the heavier and thicker side due to its material, providing protection and prevents wear-and-tear. Raw denim is relatively stiff but over time, with more wears and washes, the denim will soften. Every girl needs a pair of denim short, you can count on our Emma Denim Short!

Now that you know more about the different kinds of material available, let us know which is your favorite material and why by clicking here!

Now that you know more about the different kinds of material available, let us know which is your favorite material and why by clicking here!

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