Here is a selection of Recovo circular outwear fabrics to create dreamy coats, jackets and blazers. Some of the fabrics you can opt for are:
Cotton and cotton twill, the most versatile fabrics to make outwear garments
Cotton is one of the most widely used fabrics in the world because it is easy to weave and for its great qualities such as good elasticity, softness, breathability and durability. Cotton is also lightweight, easy to care for, comfortable and retains its color and feel despite the weather and sun. It also helps to better protect the skin from chemical irritants and provides good filtration of microorganisms such as viruses and bacteria, making it suitable for sensitive skin. In addition, cotton is a very flexible and stretchy fabric that promotes breathability and helps regulate body temperature. Twill fabric refers to a cotton fabric consisting of a diagonal stripe pattern on the front of the fabric. This weaving technique primarily highlights colors.
Wool, a perfect fabric for coats
Wool is a fiber obtained from the skin of domestic sheep, which can also be obtained from animals such as alpacas, camels, Kashmir goats and many others.
The wool is distinguished by its soft feel and crinkled shape. Softer wool is obtained from shorter hairs, while longer fibers produce a coarser wool. Overall, it is a thick, flexible, insulating fabric that retains heat very well and is ideal for cold climates and for making winter clothing.
Denim, a popular fabric for jackets
Denim is a fabric that is mainly composed of cotton, although it is also made from linen and hemp. The first denim designs appeared in San Francisco after the gold rush and quickly became a popular choice among farmers looking for durable and sturdy clothing. Today, denim or denim fabric is very popular due to its use in the manufacture of pants, but it is also very common to find it in jacket pieces.
Corduroy, another alternative for outwear
Corduroy, corderoy, corduroy or cotelé is a soft fabric, thick in character and similar to velvet, it is a type of fabric made mainly from cotton or polyester. Its ribbed shape is very distinctive and the best known type of corduroy is made with 10 to 25 threads, the finest being made with 40 threads. It is considered a resistant fabric, since with a minimum of care it can last for a long time.