Father’s Day is round the corner and you are running out of gift ideas to make daddy feel special because you made him feel special on his birthday and then fathers day last year and then again his birthday last year… the novelty is just fading away, so what can you do to make Father’s Day special this year? Try giving him a fashion makeover, within the bounds of comfort of course. Check out these fashion clothing items that will definitely win him over…
Father Son or Father Daughter T-shirts
Since it’s Father’s Day, add a special touch to the t-shirt you get for your dad by getting yourself an identical one with some cool slogans like “Mr. Fix it” for your dad and “Miss Broke it” for yourself. Wear this on Father’s day with daddy dearest and don’t forget to take a selfie in it. Just make sure that the t-shirt is of good quality, if you’re getting it custom made. Ensure that it’s made from high quality Cotton Stretch Yarn for maximum durability that will help create long lasting memories.
Regular Fit Chinos
Chinos have been in style for a long long time and if your dad doesn’t already own a well fitted pair, get him one so that he can be stylish this year and for the years to come. Again, ensure it’s crafted from high quality cotton stretch yarn so that your dad stays comfortable and remembers your love every time he wears them.
Checks are in style this season and since it’s retro fashion, your dad will be ecstatic if you get him a checkered shirt that reminds him of how fashion was back in the day. A nice plaid shirt made with superior quality cotton stretch yarn will make a perfect father’s day gift this year!
Get one or all three and make daddy feel proud of his little one’s choice. Happy Father’s Day!
After being briefly banned from the fashion scene in the first decade of the millennium 2, leggings have been a constant fashion staple in both western and traditional attires. Whether patterned or in solid colors, it’s leggings galore ladies! But… fashion trend is more than often followed by fashion fails, and some leggings might bring you to the worst fail ever… sagging!
Oh! The horror of walking out in a pair of saggy-crotch leggings that once used to be your absolute fave! What happened to them? Why did they sag? Let’s call this a bad hosiery yarn blended fabric experience.
No, it’s not jargon; it’s very simple and common knowledge actually. Fabric for leggings is made through a circular knit process using hosiery yarn which is a blend of a hard yarn or fibre, like cotton or polyester, and elastane yarn or fibre.
If the hard yarn or fibre is of good quality and standard and the elastane yarn or fibre of poor quality, the hosiery yarn develops a weak structure. By this we mean that on excessive or in worst case scenarios, even gentle stretching, can lead to a snapping of the elastane in the legging fabric.
Naturally, once the elastane yarn or fibre snaps, the hard yarn or fibre has nothing pulling it back to a compressed state, or there is no shape retention. The affected part sags and spoils the structure as well as look of the legging.
This is precisely why it is suggested that you buy high quality leggings even if they might cost a little more. They may pinch the pocket a little initially, but maintain your look wear after wear.
Don’t let sagging leggings disturb you anymore, look for Inviya® The Freedom Fibre in your leggings and be freed from fashion fails!
This one’s for exercise enthusiasts who seem to be finding trouble feeling motivated to get their fitness game on because the thought of getting into active wear is making them cringe and RUN AWAY from even the thought of exercise. Have you ever felt demotivated to go for a jog or hit the gym because it reminds you of the restrictive active wear you’re going to be wearing, especially if you are certain that you picked the correct size at the store? Don’t be surprised when we tell you that it isn’t the fit of the garment that’s the problem. It’s probably the improper elastane fibre composition in the fabric of your active attire that’s choking your body.
That’s right, the composition of the fabric of your active wear can make a huge difference to your fitness productivity levels. It’s very simple, if you don’t feel comfortable in your clothing, you will not be able to reach or cross your work out potential. What generally makes active wear uncomfortable and restrictive is the lack of elastane fibre yarn in proportion to the hard yarn in the garment fabric.
Hard yarn, as the name implies, is rigid, giving structure to the garment, while elastane fibre yarn gives it the stretch and elasticity required for controlled movement for a particular type of exercise. Naturally, if the garment has less elastane and more hard yarn, it will be rigid and make your movements frigid.
Throw away the active wear garments that make you feel trapped and get going with elastane rich active wear today!