Topic Name: Study On winter wear

Course No : TXE-217
Course Name : Garments Manufacturing Technology - I

















WINTER WEAR The type of heavy. . warm clothing that people tend to wear in very cold weather to keep themselves warm and protected from cold environment like cold air. snow etc.

 Be a flexible layering system.  Keep you as dry as possible (wicking). WINTER CLOTHING MUST  Keep trapped warm air next to you.  Protect you from wind and precipitation. .  Keep you warm even when wet.

Like shown in the image bellow. HOW TO DRESS IN WINTER The best way to dress for winter is to wear layers. Human Body Wicking Layer Insulating Warm Layer Shell Layer Cold .

 Blazers  Hoodies / Sweatshirts / Fleece  Vests  Wraps  Coats  Overcoats.  Thermal.  Windbreakers.  Scarves. DIFFERENT TYPES OF WINTER WEAR There are different types of winter apparels having various design and materials. Some of them are-  Sweaters  Turtle neck sweater.  Cardigans  Shrugs  Jackets. .


They often incorporate elastic waistbands or armbands and zipper. a lighter version of a jacket. and these days characteristically made of some type of synthetic material. WHAT IS WINDBREAKER?  A windbreaker is a thin outer coat designed to resist wind chill and light rain. . It is usually of light construction. It sometimes includes a hood.

Fig: Windbreaker .

is actually a genericizied trademark . originally used by the John Rissman company of Chicago for its gabardine jackets. HISTORICAL BACKGROUN The term “windbreaker”.   . D in North used primarily America and Japan.

more than jacket.  It’s a garment which is used for shell layer.  Has one or two layer of nylon or similar synthetic material.  Keeps snow off from layers.  Very light weight. . SPECIAL FEATURES OF WINDBREAKER  Resists wind and light rain.

crisp. .  This fabric usually has a very tight > Tricot is extremely soft to the weave. generating rustling sounds when people move in it. nylon and polyester. appearance. suitable for colder climates as  it has a famously lustrous and glimmery they are heavy and warm. >Tricot windbreakers are more  The fabric is also very soft and smooth to the touch. Tafeta Tricot Taffeta is a type of fabric which Tricot is a type of fabric that can was historically made from silk. touch and is more breathable  Taffeta is famous for being very stif and than polyester and nylon. THEY ARE TAFFETA AND TRICOT.   In windbreaker two types of taffeta fabrics > They aren’t as wind-resistant are used. FABRIC COMPOSITION GENERALLY 2 TYPES OF FABRICS COMPOSITIONS ARE SEEN IN WINDBREAKER. and the weave is plain. including artificial fibers like nylon.  In windbreakers used as lining. but many different fibers. be made from any type of but today can be made from natural or manmade fiber. and usually is derived from engineered fibers such as rayon. polyester when used in windbreakers. and water-resistant as nylon or polyester.

 Do Not Iron.  Do Not use Fabric Softener.  Store unstuffy in a dry place.  Do Not Dry Clean.   Do Not Bleach. CARE  Fasten all closures before washing. .  Machine Wash Cold / Gentle Cycle / Separately.  Do not tumble dry.

Approximately 1-1.6 oz . SIZE AND WEIGHT  Size.approximately 150- 200 g  Shell weight. XL. M.S. XXL  Weight. L.


 New Zealand etc. .  Europe.BANGLADESH EXPORTS TO  USA.  Australia.  UK.


. which is outerwear. while others serve as protective clothing. Some jackets are fashionable. tighter-fitting. WHAT IS JACKET  A jacket is a mid stomach length garment for the upper body. A jacket typically has sleeves. and less insulating than a coat. and fastens in the front or slightly on the side. A jacket is generally lighter.

History of Jacket The word jacket comes from the French word jaquette. In april 1857 the women’s magazine “CORRIERE DELLE DAME” announced the arrivel of the jaket. The term comes from the Middle French. .

TYPES OF JACKET  · Bed jacket  · Bomber jacket  · Boucle Jacket  · Chef's jacket  · Dinner jacket  · Donkey jacket  · Eisenhower jacket  · Field jacket and others .

Bed Donkey Boucle Bomber .


 High warmth-to-weight ratio
 Highly compressible
 Weather resistant
 Moisture-wicking
 Highly breathable—maintains comfort
during aerobic activity
 Lightweight


Jackets are produced by different types
of blendining fibre.such as-
 65% Wool + 20% Viscose + 15%
 100% Nylon

 70% Cotton + 30% Nylon
 100% Polyester


 Machine wash in warm water (30°C) on
gentle wash cycle.
 Do not use fabric softener.
 Rinse twice.
 Tumble dry on low heat with tennis balls or
'sock balls'. Drying time may take up to
three hours.
 Do not iron.
 Store unstuffed in a dry place.

SIZE AND WEIGHTS  Sizes:   XS. XL  Weight:   Approximately 300 gm/ 8. S.7 oz . M. L.

MANUFACTURING COMPANY IN BANGLADESH  Duranto Knit Composite Ltd  Ridgeone Fashion wear Ltd  Magpie Group  S F Design International  S m international  Kanga International and so on .

EXPORT COUNTRY  Usa.  Australia and  So on .  Uk.  Entire Europe.


WHAT IS CARDIGAN?  A cardigan is a type of knitted garment that has an open front. A more modern version of the garment has no buttons or zipper and hangs open by design. Commonly cardigans have buttons or zips. Fig : Women’s Cardigan .  Traditionally made of wool but of course these days made of a variety of materials. It can made in a V- neck or scoop neck style and can be worked in many deferent ways.



He was a commander of British forces during the Crimean War. BACKGROUND INFORMATION  The accepted story of the cardigan sweater begins as far back as the mid 1800's during the Crimean War. also known as the 7th Earl of Cardigan. along with another name that’s known among knitters: Lord Raglan .  The cardigan is named for James Brudenell.

TYPES OF CARDIGANS  shrug cardigans  Tailored Cardigans  Long Cardigans  Cropped cardigans  Wrap Cardigan  Cashmere Cardigan  Open-Front Cardigan  Print Cardigan and so on .

MANUFACTURING ELEMENT OF CARDIGAN  Cotton  Wool  Cotton/Spandex  Cashmere Acrylic Wool  100% Silk  100% Alpaca  100% Velvet  Polyester/Cotton  Silk/Cotton and so on .

SIZE & GSM  XS  S  Approximately 270  M Gsm are used for  L one piece.  XL .

and so on .  Woolen wear ltd.  Woolen & wool ltd.LEADING MANIFACTURING COMPANY IN BANGLADESH  Oasis Fashion ltd.  Pacific winter wear ltd.  Pioneer knit wears ltd.

EXPORTED COUNTRY  North America  Western Europe  Eastern Europe  South America  Eastern Asia  Southeast Asia  Mid East and so on .

Blazer .

blazers often are uniform garments. yaching and rowing clubs. E. Stylistically .  A blazer is generally distinguished from a sport coat as a more formal garment and tailored from solid color fabrics. typically with metal buttons.g. reflecting their historic boating club association. . for Airline school. A blazer’s cloth is usually durable as it is intended as an outdoor jacket. Blazers are often made with neval style metal buttons. WHAT IS BLAZER?  A blazer is a type of jacket resembling a suit coat cut more casually.

Cambridge. john’s college. HISTORY OF BLAZER. . The Lady Margaret Blazer because of the bright red cloth. The term survived the original red coat.  The sartorial term blazer originated with the red ‘Blazers’ of the Lady Margaret Boat club in 1825. the rowing club of st.

Nylon &  Cashmere Blend Rayon Blazers Blazers  Silk Blazers  Cotton Blazers  Silk Blend Blazers  Cotton Blend Blazers  Suede Blazers  Denim Blazers  Tweed Blazers  Flannel Blazers  Velvet Blazers  Leather Blazers  Wool Blazers  Linen Blazers  Wool Blend Blazers  Linen Bland Blazers . TYPES OF BLAZER  Cashmere Blazers  Polyster.

Images of different types of Blazer .

 # Narrow collar  #Three buttoned  # Classic design  Model length: 189cm. wearing size:48cm  Shown with: Roy pocket shirt-Red check. James boot- Red brogue and Pocket scarf.Black stripe. Edwin trouser.Red check . DESCRIPTION  An everyday blazer with a modern fit and functional material.

10%Acryl. METARIAL & SIZE METERIA L SIZE  40%Cotton.  48/32 96 83 5%Otherfibre  50/33 100 88  52/38 108 93  54/36 104 98 .  46/31 92 78 25%Polyster.  Size Chest Waist 20%Wool.

 3.Iron out the creases .  4.Kept at a place which is moth free.Make sure it is properly stored at all times.Hang on to it and clear the cutter.  2. CARE  1.Never hand wash and M/C wash of a wool blazer.  5.


CONCLUSION  For many men . Not only can it help men look dressier for semi formal events but the blazer can also be paired with a wide variety of shirts and pants for several unique and distinct looks. blazer is a must own item. .


Today. VEST  The modern mens vest. vest is a broad term that can refer to any sleeveless garment worn on the chest. which is sometimes referred to as a waistcoat. Based on styles from the Persian royal court. Generally. they can be divided into two categories. The second category is made up of vests that are more casual in their design . emerged during the late 17th century in England. The first category includes vests that are intended to be worn as part of a suit. the first waistcoats were sleeveless jackets that extended to the wearer’s waist.

. CHARACTERISTICS OF VESTS * It looks very smart and slim fit * Protect from winter coldness * Keep warm and comfortable feeling.

VARIOUS TYPES OF VESTS Suit separate vest Tailored vest Formal vest Informal and Fashion Vests .

DIFFERENT TYPES OF VESTS Tailored vest Suit separate vest Informal and Formal vest Fashion Vests .

this fine wool vest is fashioned in a traditional silhouette. adjustable tab at back Lined Regular fit Matching coat and slacks sold separately materials : 100% wool front with satin back 25% rayon. SUIT SEPARATE VESTS Description : Suit vest in woven fabric with a glossy back section. 75% polyester . Features: Five Buttons chest pocket and welt pockets at front.

Pair it with slacks. 46% linen . or khakis for a totally pulled together look. Features  Five button  Welt pockets  Fully lined  Slim Fit  materials: 54% cotton. this stylish vest is a great apparel expanding addition to your look. TAILORED VESTS Description : In classic navy and white stripes. jeans.

An adjustable exterior waistband provides a comfortable fit. FORMAL VESTS Description: A modern sheen brings a sophisticated edge to this subtly textured. Features: Four button Adjustable back strap Materials: 65% polyester. 35% silk . four-button vest.

or printed images and designs. and jackets. Instead of dress shirts. trousers. or even shorts. T-shirts. INFORMAL AND FASHION VESTS AND ITS CARE  Description: CARE Some vests are made without * Dry clean only the intention of wearing them with a suit or as formalwear. khakis. these types of vests are often worn with sport shirts. . jeans. These vests often feature multiple colors. nonstandard patterns.


VESTS EXPORTED COUNTRY :  India Pakistan China Korea Malaysia Hong Kong Taiwan Philippines USA UK UAE Australia Poland and so on .


 s uch as a sweater  th at open down the full length  of  the front. SWEATER  A knitted garment. .

ORIGIN  After the Seventh Earl James Thomas Brudenell (1797- 1868).  There are dictionary references that say the word "sweater" goes back to the early 1800s . British army officer.

 Norwegian sweater. TYPES OF SWEATER  Cardigan sweater.  Off the shoulder. .  Irish sweater.  Sweater vest.  Cap sleeve sweater.  Twinset sweater.


. ACCESSORIES IN SWEATER  Mostly in cardigans types of sweaters buttons which are big in size is used .5cm (approx.). the length of the button 2cm and thickness will be off 0.In Norwegian sweaters zippers are used as per the requirement.

lurex and nylon  Acrylic. mohair and rayon  Acrylic. mohair and wool  Acrylic. lurex and polyster  Acrylic. nylon and spandex . mohair and nylon  Acrylic. wool. TYPES OF FABRIC ARE USED IN SWEATER FABRIC BLENDS  100% rayon/spandex  100% Lurex  Wool and Acrylic  100% Cotton  Cotton and Acrylic  Linen and Acrylic  100% Wool  Nylon and acrylic  100% acrylic  Viscose and acrylic  100% viscose  Spandex and acrylic  Lurex and acrylic  Acrylic.

Each stitch represents something unique and special. and can take months to complete.000 stitches. But the careful care and amount of time it takes to make an sweater does not go unnoticed or unappreciated. STITCH OF SWEATER  A given sweater will have approximately 100. .

which is found in mosran The diamond stitch In this picture we see a sweaters. SOME STITCH OF SWEATER THE CABLE STITCH THE DIAMOND STITCH THE ZIG ZAG STITCH The cable stitch. was originally represents and reflects the cable stitch down the used to represent a small fields on the islands. center and zig zag fisherman’s ropes. and This stitch is used in hopes patterns on each side of wearing one would better of good luck. success and the cable center. qualify you to have a wealth in the fields of the fruitful day out at sea Aran Islands .

represents design is in and its sweet rewards walled fields of the hopes of strong and Northwestern farming long-lasting. .THE HONEYCOMB STITCH THE TRELLIS STITCH THE TREE OF LIFE STITCH The honeycomb stitch The trellis stitch The Tree of Life stitch represents hard work represents the stone. communities.

CARE OF SWEATER  Folding sweaters.  Remove dandruff.  Wash any sweater put away for storage.   Remove pills from sweaters regularly to keep them looking presentable.   Store sweaters dry . hair & lint regularly.   Treat cashmere & other delicates very carefully  Store sweaters carefully during summer months.   Repair the sweater quickly  Give favourite sweater a break  Wash most sweaters by hand.

.  Kores Bangladesh Limited.  Max sweater (BD) Ltd.  Everbright Sweater limited.  Dynasty group  Rose Sweaters Ltd.  L Usine Fashion Ltd.LEADING MANUFACTURER OF SWEATER  Masihata sweater limited.  Mohammadi group.  Tendz Group  Babylon Group.  Splendid fashion BD Pvt Ltd.

.  New zeland  Brazil  Etc.  South Amrica.  North America. EXPORTED COUNTRY  Europe.


CONTENTS Descriptions History Types Characteristics Fabric composition & More……. .

Canada) or skivvy (Australia. roll-neck (UK) or turtleneck (US. round. Many turtlenecks fold down or over and look like the neck of a turtle. New Zealand) is a garment—usually a sweater—with a close- fitting. and high collar that folds over and covers the neck.. The collar on a turtleneck is long and extends up over the neck.  Polo neck. WHAT IS TURTLENECK  Turtleneck is a style of shirt or top that is named for the appearance of its collar. . hence the name.

it Marcello Mastroianni and Yves Montand. HISTORY HISTORY IN EUROPE HISTORY IN THE UNITED STATES  Turtleneck-like garments have been worn  In the United States. . dating at least to the became fashionable in the 1920s. common in British English. he was able to were commonly worn by menial workers. radical academics.Polo necks also became a the end of the 20th century. When athletes. especially term polo neck. they were worn by European film stars  Over time it grew and as a women's wear. Due to his popularity. it was to the middle of the 20th century black polo make a statement about women’s rights and necks have been closely associated with equality. in a lightweight form that emphasised their is thought to derive from garments with figures similar necklines worn by polo players. turtlenecks them. the actor Noel Coward was seen wearing  From the late 19th century on. Since women began wearing this style.philosophers.artists and turtlenecks reached their peak of popularity intellectuals. At this time. 15th century. sailors and naval officers.The polo neck jumper became among both men and women. turtlenecks were mostly worn by men. among teenage girls. turtlenecks big fashion for young wealthy men after became almost entirely a women’s fashion. This is when an iconic symbol of the French philosopher turtlenecks were associated with beatniks. make the turtleneck popular. During this time.The became a fad. During the 1950s and 1960s. By Michel Foucault. turtleneck shirts first for hundreds of years.

TYPES OF TURTLENECK Type of Description Turtleneck Covers the entire neck and can be Classic folded over. Does not need to be folded over. Creates a bulky collar around the neck. A wide. Similar to the classic turtleneck with a Mock shorter collar. funnel-shaped collar that hangs Cowl loosely around the neck. .

DIFFERENT IMAGES OF TERTLENECK Classic Turtleneck Cowl Turtleneck Mock Turtleneck .

CHARACTERISTICS OF TURTLENECK  High warmth-to-weight ratio  Highly compressible  Weather resistant  Moisture-wicking  Highly breathable—maintains comfort during aerobic activity  Lightweight  It protect our neck from cold .



SIZE XS S M L XL .

MANUFACTURING COMPANY IN BANGLADESH  Uni Gears Ltd.  Arefin Textile Mills Ltd. .  Pinery Textile Ltd.  P&G Textile Ltd.  And so more.

 particularly in Scandinavian and  EEC countries (European Economic Community) . EXPORT COUNTRY  Chains  all over Europe.


closing by means of buttons. WHAT IS COAT? A coat is a long garment worn by both men and women. zippers. Other possible features include collars a and shoulder straps. toggles. a belt and Fig: Men’s coat combination of some of these. hook-and-loop fasteners. for warmth or fashion. Coats typically have long sleeves and are open down the front. .


 The Persians, based in what is now
Iran, introduced two garments to the
history of clothing: trousers and
seamed fitted coats.
 Coat is one of the earliest clothing
category words in English attested as
far back as the early Middle Ages.

Coats of the 18th and 19th centuries
For men
 Justacorps: A seventeenth and eighteenth century knee-length coat,
fitted to the waist .

 Tailcoat : A late eighteenth century men's coat preserved in
today's white tie and tails
 Frock coat: A knee length men's coat of the nineteenth century
 Morning coat or cutaway: a dress coat still worn as formal wear
For women
 Basque: A tightly fitted, knee length women's coat of the 1870s
 Spencer: A waist length, frequently double-breasted women coat.


Coat Casual Long Sleeve Covered Butto
Modern Stylish Single
n Winter Coats
Breasted Winter Coats

Modern Zipper Trench Coat
Three Quarter Wool Blend Coat

 Over coat: An overcoat is a type of long coat intended to be worn as the outermost garment. Unlike overcoats. coats were divided into under-coats and overcoats…. which usually extends below the knee. Overcoats are most commonly used in winter when warmth is more important.DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OVERCOAT &TOPCOAT  In the early nineteenth century. Topcoats and overcoats together are known as outer coats. topcoats are usually made from lighter weight cloth.  They are sometimes confused with or referred to as topcoats. . which are shorter and end at or above the knees.

SIZE  S  M  L  XL  XXL  XXXL  4XL .

 Never use scalding hot water or bleach on wool .  To actually hand wash. gently squeeze the garment and lay it flat. treat wool coats with a lint or suede brush after wearing to remove surface soil and lint. CARE OF COAT During the winter.  Empty wool coat and pants pockets after every wearing to keep them from sagging or losing shape. To dry. use a mild detergent and lukewarm water and let the item soak for 3 to 5 minutes before rending in cool water.  Remove light stains on wool by blotting (not rubbing!) with cold water or club soda using absorbent cloths or paper towel.

Unit  Snowtex Apparels Ltd.  A K Khan Company Ltd. And so on .  Dreamwears Ltd.MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF COAT IN BANGLADESH  Nipa Fashion Wear Industry Ltd.  Univogue Garments Company Limited .

EXPORTED COUNTRY Europe South America Southeast Asia China Turkey Vietnam & so on .


. WHAT IS GLOVE? A covering for the hand worm for protection against cold or dirt and tepically having separate part for each finger and the thumb.

. The gloves became a part of liturgical decoration at the Catholic Church in the 11-th century. The Romans put on the gloves while eating. In 1807 an Englishman James Winter invented a machine for sewing gloves. French masters were leaders on the gloves market at the beginning of the 17-th century to the end of the 18-th century. Egyptian women used these mittens to protect hands while eating or working. gloves were not a part of decorum but means of simple usage. HISTORY ABOUT GLOVE. The rubber gloves were patented. In the 20-th century the industry of gloves production was dramatically changed. The history has a lot of facts of using the gloves in ancient times. These gloves were made from linen and silk. Firstly. The gloves became an accessory of the first rate and meaning in women's clothes since the 12-th century.

TYPES OF GLOVE. Winter Medical Safety Fashion Style Sports .

. suede. but all of them are made to keep the wearer warm during the winter season . These materials can be natural. knit. Winter gloves come in various designs and materials. MATERIALS OF WINTER GLOVE.The most common materials used for winter gloves are lather . fleece and water proof materials. synthetic or a bland of both .

 Tsim S Co.  KTJ Gloves Ltd. Bangladesh Ltd. .  Choite Knit Composite Ltd. MANUFACTURER OF WINTER GLOVE  Industrial Hand Protection Ltd.  Trade Fare Gloves Ltd.

K  Canada  Netherland  Spain  French .A  U. EXPORT COUNTRY  U.S.

 Iron at maximum temperature at 110 degree.  Don’t bleach. .  Don’t tumbler dry. CARE OF GLOVES  Hand wash.


loosely worn over the shoulder.  It is usually a rectangular or square piece of cloth. . upper body and arms and sometimes also over the head. WHAT IS A SHAWL?  A shawl is a simple iteam.

later they went into widespread use in the Middle East.  Shawl have been woven in Kashmir since about the 11th century but the industry producing thought have begun during 15 th and 16th century. .  During the 15th century Persian replace Sanskrit as the officer language and the world “SHAWL” derives from the Persian “SHAL”. History  The first “SHAWL” were used in Assyrian times.

They are.  Kashmere or cashmere  Pashmina  Embroidered  Beaded  Silk  Jacqard  Jamawar  Fancy  And so on. . TYPES:  There are many types of shawl.

This types of goats are raised in Mongolia . Kashmere shawl:  In India.The finest cahmere comes from the underbelly throat of the goat but lasser grade is also taken from the goats legs and backs. .the most popular woven textile is Kashmere shawl.It is the wool of the Kashmir goat.

These were called China crepe shawl or china shawl and in Spain Mantones de Manila because they were shipped to spain from china via the port of Manila.were available in Europe and the Americas by 1820. . Silk shawl Silk shawl with frings.made in china.

They are so fine that a whole shawl can be pulled through a small finger ring. SHATOOSH The most expensive shawl is called Shatoosh are made from the beard hair of the wild ibex. .

surronding main central portion of shawl.  Hashia: side panel of flat weave textile. . Parts of shawl  Field: Main central panel of Shawl.  Gallery: Wide border.  Palla: End panel of a flat weave textile.  Fringe gate: Different colored blocks of wooven fabric.

They are:  Paisly  Lace  Plain  Fringe  Sequence  Check  Beaded  And so on. . Design  Different types of design can be found on shawls.

It is best to dry clean woven shawl to maintain the vitality of fabric as it could lose its body with hand washing.Using hand-held shower.  3. Baby shampoo is okay.Squirt the shawl with a moderate amount of neutral detergent. Knitted shawl can be hand washed and this is better in the long term as damage can occure to the fibers in shawl from the strong chemicals in dry cleaning.soak the shawl with lukewarm or cool water.  4. .  2. CARE  Dry cleaning: 1.

USES  Shawls are used in order to keep warm to complement a costume and for symbolic reasons.  One famous type of shawl is the Tallit worn by Jewish men during prayers and ceremonies.  Shawls were high-fashion garments in Western Europe in the early-to-mid 1800s. .

 Creative concept  Go max international trading Co. Ltd. . Shawl manufacturer in Bangladesh  Altair fashion  S.  C&H Sourcing Ltd  The Doors Ltd  Fashion Trade International  HKP fashion  Serums Sourcing  Young design  And so on.S fashion & Design  Brownfield Ltd.

. Conclusion  Sahwls are the part of the Traditional male costume in kashmir.


thermal wear goes with anything as it can be worn inside your clothes. It is one of the best protective measures for the cold winter months. When heading out during winter time it is always understandable to have a layer of thermal protection for proper insulation against the cold. It does not matter what outer layer of clothing you wear. Thermal Wear are available for both men and women and people of every size can fit into thermal wear. WHAT IS THERMAL WEAR Thermal Wear is the best type of clothing that can be used during winter. .

located in Matlock. the company still produces long johns. The company has a 225-year heritage and is said to have created the garment. reputedly named after the late-19th-century heavyweight boxer John L. HISTORY Long johns were first introduced into England in the 17th century. Sullivan. . England. at John Smedley’s Lea Mills. The manufacturing foundations of long johns may lie in Derbyshire.


Both natural as well as synthetic fabrics
are used to produce thermal underwear.
Wool and cotton fabrics have long been
used to produce clothing for winter season
as these natural materials have excellent
power to hold warmth. Nowadays,
synthetics like polypropylene, polyester,
and nylon are also used. But, the majority
of thermal clothing is made from a blend of
natural and synthetic fabrics.


 It should be light weight.
 It should active fit, means it should easily

fit under a shirt and a pair of pants.
 It should be comfortable and safe.

 It should capable of fast wicking, insulate

and help regulate body temperature


Thermal underwear adds two more layers of
clothing to the wearer's normal wardrobe. As it is
made up from two-ply fabric, it traps more body
heat than a single layer of clothing could. This
extra body heat insulates against cold air and
prevents heat loss. When worn under regular
clothes, thermal underwear can keep a person
warm for many hours in a cold environment.

Beside this thermal under wear can absorb
moisture from skin. so it keeps us sweat free.

STYLES There are only two styles to buy:  One piece thermal underwear suit or  Two piece bought separately as a long-sleeved top and a lower body piece covering the waist to the ankles. .

THERMAL UNDERWEAR TYPES AND ADVANTAGES Extreme Cold Weather Thermal Underwear: Advantages  Will Wick Away Most Moisture  Extremity protection – wrists and ankle protection.  Great Fitting  Bacteria resistant – can be worn for weeks .  Provides medium to extreme protection against cold – adequate for exposure to cold and extreme cold with other layers (- 40 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit – with other layers).

.PERFORMANCE THERMAL UNDERWEAR Advantages Wick Away Most Moisture Will Great Fitting Provides medium to light protection against cold – adequate for medium exposure to cold (32 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit) weather.

INEXPENSIVE SYNTHETIC COTTON BLEND THERMAL UNDERWEAR Advantages  Lower Cost  Will Wick Some Moisture Provides light protection – adequate for short exposure to cold (32 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit) weather. .

SOME IMPORTER COUNTRIES  Canada  North America  South America .

Gazipur. . The Well Tex Limited Mulaid Mawna Sreepur.Dhaka. Doublemooring. Chittagong. 66. Bangladesh. Road. Shyamoli. Ashkarabad. 778. Hajipara(2nd floor) Rampura. Goldenmen Textile Co..Bangladeshi Manufacturers and Suppliers of thermal underwear NAME OF COMPANY LOCATION Four H Fashions Ltd. Mawna. Zisa's Fashion Ltd. RKG Fashion Net 295. D.T.Dhaka. Holy Lane. Bangladesh.Dhaka. Ltd.


scarf or neck-wrap. MUFFLE R A muffler . is a piece of fabric worn around the neck. cleanliness. fashion or for religious reasons. They can come in a variety of different colours. also known as a Kremer. . or near the head or around the waist for warmth.

mufflers made of cloth were used to identify officers or the rank of Chinese warriors. It was called the sudarium. Soon women started using the muffler. HISTORY  Ancient Rome is one of the first origins of the muffler & scarf. and was used to wipe the sweat from the neck and face in hot weather. which were made of cloth and not made of wool. which translates from Latin to English as "sweat cloth". . cotton. Historians believe that during the reigon of the Chinese Emperor Cheng. and ever since the muffler has been fashionable among men & women. or silk. where the garment was used to keep clean rather than warm. They were originally worn by men around their neck or tied to their belt.

 Religions such as Judaism under Halakhah (Jewish Law) promote modest dress code among women. USES  In cold climates. Over time. . Married Jewish women wear a tichel to cover their hair. a thick knitted maffler. is tied around the neck to keep warm. a thin muffler. or in environments where there are many airborne contaminants. this costum has evolved into a fashionable item in many cultures. dustier warm climates. particularly among women. kerchief is often worn over the eyes and nose and mouth to keep the hair clean. The Tallit is commonly worn by Jewish men especially for prayers. often made of wool. which they wrap around their head to recite the blessing of the Tallit.  In drier. This is usually accompanied by a warm hat and heavy coat.

subcamps or the camp as a whole. TYPE  Uniforms S  Students in the United Kingdom traditionally wear academic muffler with distinctive combinations of striped colours identifying their individual university or college. They are also used at camps to represent units. . with different colours. Mufflers are also used as memorabilia at Scout events and country scarves are often traded at international gatherings. such as red and green.  Members of the Scouting Movement wear muffler & scarfs as part of their uniform. and logos to represent their scout group.

. BIB MUFFLER The US Army and other American military units often wore branch of service colour or camouflage bib Mufflers with various uniforms.




Nicole Miller. long. extra long.  Shapes:There are three basic muffler shapes: regular. The most common materials used to make fashion mufflers are cotton. Ferragamo. Alexander McQueen. Etro.MANUFACTURING OF MUFFIERS  Knitted:The craft of knitting garments such as mufflers is an important trade in some countries. Missoni. Among the latter are Burberry. pashmina and cashmere.  Printed: Printed mufflers are additionally offered internationally through high fashion design houses. Hong Kong and Indonesia close behind. The main manufacturer of fashion muffler used today is China. fleece. with India. Hermès. Dior. Cole Haan. Emilio Pucci. Louis Vuitton and Prada. . Lanvin. Hand-knitted mufflers are still common as gifts as well. Chanel. Fendi.

However.  Mufflers are warm and resilient and will last for years with proper care. Usually. some woolen muffler may be safely washed . Read the care tag before you wash a Muffler. woolen muffler should be cleaned once or twice a month. CARE OF MUFFLERS  Three Methods: Hand Wash. depending how often you wear them. Drying. Machine Wash. you're taking a risk by washing it yourself. If the tag recommends dry cleaning.


and a drawstring to adjust the hood opening. WHAT IS HOODIE? A hoodie is a sweatshirt with a hood. and also a zipper. They often included a muff sewn onto the lower front. a hood. .

HISTORY ABOUT HOODIE Actually hoodie is a upstate invention. they were poor and live hand to was most popular for producing salt. At the 19th century ‘Syracuse’ was a eastern coast area of Sicily in New york. In 1930s the ‘champion sports wear company’ which created the first ones for the labor. The inventor name ‘John Groat’ who made it for the . But winter were so cruel for their life.

MANUFACTURING ELEMENTS OF HOODIE Zipper Muff sewn Alpine-wool Polyester Polyester Nylon Fleece .

which is made from two petroleum products . Terephthalic acid and ethylene glycol. .RAW MATERIALS OF POLYESTER FLEECE The raw material for polyester fleece is polyester. Some or all of the polyester yarn may be recycled from soda bottles.


 K-Tex Limited. .  Norp Knit Limited.  Euro Clothing Limited.MANUFACTURER OF HOODIE P & G Textile Limited.

IMPORT COUNTRY OF HOODIE Bangladeshi Garment products export all over the world. Most popular countries are:  USA  UK  Entire europe  Australia etc. .

 Iron at maximum temperature of 110 degree.CARE OF HOODIE  Don’t bleach. .  30 degree wash mild.  Don’t tumbler dry.