Charming Flannel - Embrace You in the Cold Winter

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In the field of autumn and winter men's clothing, it can be said that it is the world of flannel. Flannel has appeared in most of the styling items from top to bottom, so today we will talk about flannel.

 

The origin of flannel is generally considered to be born in Scotland or Wales. At first, it was only a fabric woven from carded wool yarns to cope with the local cold and cold winter climate. Until the 16th century, Welsh people made underwear by weaving. The single product is well known. The traditional flannel fabric characteristics: loose and soft to the touch. The ventilation holes between the fibers give it good thermal insulation. The warmth effect is outstanding when wearing, but it will not be too hot due to external factors.


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As for the pleasing appearance of the wool, it is undoubtedly due to the fine and smooth surface of the fleece, which protects everyone from the coldness and gives it a soft and skin-friendly touch, which is more outstanding than other wool fabrics. After a series of finishing techniques such as fleece and sanding, the iconic flock of flannel is formed.

 

With the evolution of industrialization in the 19th century, flannel single products were able to formally invade the daily wardrobe of the masses through mass production.  Many flannel fabric manufacturers came into being to produce flannel products. Till today, wool flannel is still a common winter fabric for suits. Later cotton or chemical fiber blends have become the darling of casual items such as jacket shirts. Compared with corduroy, fleece and other fabrics, the texture of flannel is undoubtedly more exquisite.

 

Flannel fabric wholesale on the market has various types, including stripes, plaids and various colors. Because flannel is moderately priced, warm and supple, they are rapidly gaining popularity in Europe. Its weaving factories are basically located in Britain, France, Germany and other countries.

 

As early as the American Civil War, comfortable and durable flannel shirts have become standard for soldiers, but they are only presented in civilian form for casual shirts, and only realized in the United States in the second half of the 19th century. After World War II, it spread to Japanese folks who were particularly enthusiastic about American culture. It became a simple and basic item in the classics. Its excellent thermal insulation ability can also be used as an overshirt (overshirt), which is placed on tops such as T-shirts, sweaters, etc.