1. Soft fabric
Soft fabrics are generally lighter and thinner, with good drape, smooth modeling lines, and natural stretches of clothing contours. Soft fabrics mainly include knitted fabrics and silk fabrics with scattered fabric structures, as well as soft linen fabrics. Soft knitted fabrics often use linear and concise shapes in clothing design to reflect the graceful curves of the human body; silk, linen and other fabrics are more loose and have pleated shapes, expressing the sense of flow of fabric lines.
2. Very cool fabric
The cool fabric has clear lines and a sense of volume, which can form a plump clothing outline. Commonly used are cotton, polyester-cotton, corduroy, linen, and various medium-thick wool and chemical fiber fabrics. This type of fabric can be used in designs that highlight the accuracy of clothing modeling, such as the design of suits and suits.
3. Glossy fabric
The glossy fabric has a smooth surface and reflects bright light, giving it a sense of brilliance. Such fabrics include fabrics with satin structures. It is most often used in evening dresses or stage costumes to produce a gorgeous and dazzling strong visual effect. Glossy fabrics have wide styling freedom in dress performances, and can have simple designs or more exaggerated styling methods.
4. Heavy duty fabric
The heavy-duty fabrics are thick and stiff, which can produce a stable styling effect, including all kinds of thick woolen fabrics and quilted fabrics. The fabric has a sense of physical expansion, and should not be pleated and piled up too much. The A-shaped and H-shaped shapes are the most appropriate in the design.
5. Transparent fabric
The transparent fabric is light, thin and transparent, with an elegant and mysterious artistic effect. Including cotton, silk, chemical fiber fabrics, etc., such as georgette, satin silk, chemical fiber lace and so on. In order to express the transparency of the fabric, the commonly used lines are natural and full, and the H-shaped and round-table-shaped designs are full of changes.