One way to judge material quality of woven labels is to compare against another garment that you know is of high production value. But if you don’t have that at your disposal, then it becomes necessary to pursue other options. All products must keep a record of what they are made out of. With the World Wide Web at your disposal 24 hours per day and 7 days per week, it has become possible to get a full education in minutes. Ask the company about their products, and then check them out with outside sources. As you do, also look in to production techniques and see if the company is measuring up.
Specs of the Garment
Production standards are especially important because even the best materials can produce shoddy product if the manufacturers are not using state of the art equipment and good old fashioned know how. The specs of your garment can also be determined by reading a tag and doing some independent research. Or, you can get friends you trust, and whose fashion sense you respect, to give you referrals. Either way, you are doing the leg work needed for a smart purchase.
You wouldn’t buy a car without a test drive, so why would you trust your sense of fashion and style to just anyone? Woven labels give you comfort and stability if done right. But there are a lot out there that are of poor production standards, and it helps to actually feel the material against your clothes before you move forward with a purchase. While the Internet is a great source of information and for buying products, it can also lead to some pretty costly mistakes if you are not painstakingly reviewing the standards with which clothing is made.