The raw materials of men's clothing fabrics are mainly pure wool or wool-polyester blended fabrics, and some use synthetic fibers and natural fibers such as cotton and linen. The styles of menswear designs have relatively small changes, mainly requiring beautiful shapes and good shape retention performance. Typical men's clothing is generally dry-cleaned, and some fabrics made of fiber materials are also washed with water. Men's wear is generally longer than women's wear, focusing on wearing performance rather than fashion effects. Men's wear has a longer wearing cycle, but casual wear tends to be fashionable.
Therefore, the selection of interlining for men's clothing requires good styling, shape retention and washing durability. The cutting and sewing process of men's clothing is longer than that of women's clothing, and it must withstand the test of middle pressing and final ironing.
There are many kinds of fabrics used in women's clothing, and the styles of clothing are also colorful. The production of women's clothing focuses on fashion, and the interlining needs to provide a good feel and beautiful shape. Except for dresses, women's wear has a shorter wearing cycle than men's, and the cutting and sewing process is not so complicated, but requires higher labor efficiency. Women's clothing made of wool and silk are dry-cleaned, while garments made of polyester, cotton or other fibers are washed with water.
Compared with the washability, the feel of the interlining and the sewing effect are more important. However, when selecting the interlining and determining the pressing, it is necessary to prevent problems such as glue leakage (due to the thinner fabric) and local shrinkage and deformation.