Quality Of Apparels
Whether a garment ticks these boxes or not depends on all of its different components and how they work together: the fabric, the seams, the lining, the tailoring and even smaller details like buttons and pockets.
What distinguishes high-quality from low-quality manufacturers are the extra steps they took to make sure a garment not only looks the part now, but will continue to do so after multiple wears and washes, that it feels comfortable on the skin and is well-fitted. All of these 'extras' take time and money. That's why it's so easy to find pretty pieces at budget stores that end up falling apart after a week: To cut costs the manufacturer chose to focus on making the garment look good on the hanger instead of its quality, because that is what brings in the sales. Pretty much every shopper makes purchasing decision based on what a garment looks like, only very few will take the time to assess the seams, quality of tailoring etc.
Quality Knit Wears is backed up by qualified merchandisers who are liasioning with international reputed buyers.
Certainly among most valuable assets is our family of staff and employees whose dedication and commitment have helped us grow from strength to strength.
Our Company ensures that wages paid always meet the legal or industry standards and are sufficient to meet basic needs. We adhere to the laws applicable for working hours to provide regular employment to the extent possible. Our Company does not have forced labour and child labour.
We provide a safe and healthy working environment. We respect the right of all personnel to collective bargaining. Our Company does not engage in or support the use of punishment.
Cotton fibres quality
- Durability. Longer fibres can be spun into a finer yarn. Fine yarn can be more tightly bound, which makes the resulting fabric stronger and more durable.
- Softness. Another plus of long fibres is they can be turned into a much softer yarn.The shorter the staple, the more difficult it is to spin the fibres into yarn without having tiny ends of fibres stick out at all angles. Longer cotton fibres can be closely bound together, which keeps them from going into different directions.
- Breathability. One reason why some fabrics are less breathable than others is that they contain tiny air pockets in between the individual threads which create thermal insulation. Cotton made from long, finely spun fibres can be very tightly woven to eliminate air pockets and that uncomfortable, sweaty feeling that we tend to associate with low breathability.