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Fabric abbreviation WD - please help!!!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by OFlower, Sep 12, 2016.

  1. OFlower

    OFlower Member

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    Does anybody know, what does fabric abbreviation WD mean? This fabric abbreviation is marked on a nice Brioni suit! I tried to google this info, but fund nothing!

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  2. GBR

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    95% Wool of some sort, 5% Silk.

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  4. OFlower

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    Thank you, but I have searched all these articles already and I can't find abbreviation WD exactly.
     

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