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Does Your Suit Have The Right Mix?

It was only a matter of time before we started to see tailored clothing incorporate more high performance elements to fit into the ever-rising trend of athleisure apparel.
Tailored clothing has become more innovative with the use of more performance fabrics and technical properties.  In fact, most of the tailored clothing being offered right now includes some kind of performance fabric mix and most consumers do not even know it.  However, once consumers are informed or educated on these features they are enticed to purchase more.

Exciting innovations include tailored clothing that is stain-resistant, wrinkle-resistant and water-resistant.  So next time you purchase a suit, check the fabric mix.  You might be surprised.

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(c) 2016, Rebecca Silberbush 

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