- Feb 2, 2005
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What fabric is used for the lining of trousers ? what are the criteria in the choice of this fabric?
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I'd like to know answer to this question too.What fabric is used for the lining of trousers ? what are the criteria in the choice of this fabric?
Why do you question acetate? Anything about the material's function?Linen and cotton would be innapropriate lining materials because linings are supposed to be smooth and "slippery". Â Using cotton or linen would be totally against common sense in this regard. Â It would be like lining your pants with fine gauge sandpaper. Â Acetate, however, might work, who knows.
Almost all women's trousers are fully lined - front and back, from waist to cuff. I've often wondered why men's aren't. The only thing I could come up with is that men tend to run a little "hotter" (body temp), and perhaps would find the full lining too warm??I recently had some trousers made that are lined in the front and back. Â Anyone ever heard of lining in both the front and back?
Lining in front down to the knee is really the useful part. Full lining just changes the feel because only the lining is against your skin. So if you like the lining fabric better full lining is good, otherwise you can do without.Almost all women's trousers are fully lined - front and back, from waist to cuff.