As a woman, if you aren’t very careful when you go to shop for clothes, there's a possibility that it might end in regrets. That’s because there’s a very high chance that you’ll end up buying low-quality outfits at a high price.
Yes, it sometimes happens. And rather than being moody or insulting the seller when you find out you made a wrong clothing choice at the boutique, why not prevent it? Prevention, as we all know, is better than cure.
Already, you are reading this article. That alone shows you’re ready to know how to determine fabric quality when buying clothes or textiles.
- Use Your Eyes
This is really about the first impressions. The first thing you need to do when buying new clothes or textiles is to make good use of your eyes. Does it appear good enough? Does it seem like something of high quality? If it does, please don’t conclude yet. You still have to move closer and confirm.
Do you think the material is original? But have you really felt it?
Touching the material will allow you to have a glimpse of its properties momentarily.
How do textiles feel in general? If the vendor permits, place it on your skin.
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