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Fabrics to Wear or Not to Wear in Winter: Latest Fashion for Men 2019

fall is coming to an end and the winter is already knocking at your doorstep. When it comes to winter, most men only have one thing in mind- 'dress up to stay warm'. Please don’t be among those guys who spend the whole season with an oversized parka. While fall emphasizes mostly on layering outfits, winter focuses on sophisticated textures, light colors, and thicker fabrics. Today we are going to discuss the best fabrics that are warmer in feel and cool to look at. Top Picks Fabric for Winter, 2019 (Hit or Miss) Cotton (Miss) As the king of the fashion industry, cotton is a primary fabric of a large section of apparel. It is soft, inexpensive, easy to clean and durable. If the dyeing process is decent, the color will also stay for a long time without any sign of fading. From vests to denim to shirts- The presence of cotton is eminent in contemporary fashion. However, it's not something we can endorse as a winterwear since it absorbs moisture and gets wrinkled quite easily. However, in winter, you want a cloth that transfers the water from your skin without absorbing it. Therefore, cotton is a bad idea to wear in winter. Flannel (Hit)


It may come to you by surprise, but flannel is a fabric and not a pattern. The pattern is ‘plaid’ that comes to your mind while thinking about flannel. Flannel is mostly made from a combination of woven wool, cotton or synthetic fiber. Currently, It has dominated the industry as you can find it in shirts, jackets, hoodies, dresses, towels and even socks. Flannel Shirts are warm, cozy and offer low thermal conductivity. If you are looking for the latest fashion for men, then a plaid flannel shirt with blue denim paired with tanned leather boots works best for this winter.

Wool (Hit) Needless to say, woolen clothes by far as the most versatile and warmer fabrics available. Woolen fabrics are warm to wear, hypo-allergic, and resists odor/stains as well. With an impeccable liquid absorbent quality, woolen fabrics can absorb more than 50 percent liquid and still won't let you feel wet. Their high nitrogen and water contents make them resistant to fire as well.

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Fabrics to Wear or Not to Wear in Winter: Latest Fashion for Men 2019  

If you have any questions or comment about men’s fashion accessories or men’s fashion items, feel free to discuss with us at our comment sec...

Fabrics to Wear or Not to Wear in Winter: Latest Fashion for Men 2019  

If you have any questions or comment about men’s fashion accessories or men’s fashion items, feel free to discuss with us at our comment sec...

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