Polyester spandex fabric
is a truly unique creation that has revolutionized the way some garments are made and the fabric blends we use in our everyday lives. The unique properties of this product make it ideal for a wide range of uses, from formal wear to sportswear. Unlike most other synthetic fabrics, spandex actually breathes while providing its famous stretchy qualities. No wonder it's so popular.
Let's take a look at some areas where the use of polyester spandex fabrics has indeed made some changes in the market.
Anyone who has worn spandex jeans will tell you that they are comfortable. In fact, you've probably never worn more comfortable jeans. Pair it with a pair of jeans with a hint of spandex and an elastic waist for a comfortable all-day wearing comfort. What's really neat is that you can find many different styles, from skinny to loose and free.
There are many manufacturers and they cater to a wide range of styles and public needs. Innovations in the way fabrics are mixed have resulted in some pretty amazing products. Take, for example, heavyweight cotton twill jeans mixed with spandex. Products like this can have built-in stretch features that allow you to gain comfort while moving. They can be made from a conformal stretch combination of polyester, cotton and spandex. These styles can be worn for a slim fit or straight-leg "skinny" jeans for a fitted but fuller fit.
The secret is of course finding a style that appeals to you, making sure your jeans fit you, and creating the image you want to project based on your body contours. The manufacturer's new way of using spandex and cotton creates jeans that are unmatched in stretch and shape recovery. This could mean an increasing adoption of blends of this material to keep jeans in their shape over the life of the product, and will obsolete jeans that have historically stretched and eventually lost their shape.
The use of spandex in plus-size garment production is another area that is experiencing tremendous growth. The plus-size market has really opened the door to this material, and the use of spandex in these circles is growing in popularity every day. Apparel fashion experts already work on behalf of a niche in this market. Designers have created exciting, flattering styles from spandex and cotton that cater to plus-sizes in a very positive way. The soft elements in the cotton-spandex combination allow the fiber to stretch, while the stiffer parts of the fiber help it return to its original shape. When cotton and spandex are woven into twill, it creates stretch denim, meaning fans of the product no longer have to choose between style and comfort.
New ways of looking good in activewear are emerging in the bodybuilding and workout clothes that people wear to the gym and to their daily activities. Clothes that blend these fabrics with spandex not only create comfortable clothes for these events, but they are often designed with a real sexy appeal. The sporting goods industry may have been one of the first areas of design to recognize the qualities of using these new fabrics. They saw clearly and precisely the potential of these fabrics to create flexible, breathable garments suitable for the athletic market and busy people.
This is another area where the use of spandex is surging. In the past, cotton swimsuits were the most popular because they were usually made in a cute and stylish way, and they had the beautiful quality of cotton, being light and breathable, which is an important quality of swimwear. The problem, however, is that they don't always provide the best fit for your body contour, and they don't have a lot of stamina for the longevity of your swimsuit. Plus, as many will remember, cotton swimsuits have an annoying habit of not staying on the body all the time, and they tend to pile up in unwelcome places. Swimsuits are now almost always made with a percentage of spandex or lycra in their fabric. This is an important development because it brings out the properties of spandex in terms of maintaining shape and durability of the material. It's worth noting that competitive swimmers tend to wear swimsuits with a higher spandex content because it's stretchy and perfect for serious competitive swimming competitions. When you combine these powerful features with the ease of swimsuit styling, it makes for a very powerful combination.
Semi-dull polyester spandex fabric 87%POLYESTER+13%SPANDEX
Flat and delicate cloth surface, clear texture, bright colors,
environmentally friendly dyes, comfortable and skin-friendly,
smooth and soft
Component Proportion/Yarn Count：87%POLYESTER+13%SPANDEX，FDY，50D/24F+40D
Machine：German Karl Meyer machine