When interlining meets fashion


Interlining is a very important presence for garments and the choice of interlining is determined by the characteristics of the fabric and the technological design requirements of the garment.

Lightweight interlining for women's clothing

The thickness of the lining should be appropriate to the thickness of the fashion fabric

Too thick: makes the silhouette too rigid

Too thin: it does not play a supporting role

For example, summer fashion can use women's light interlining, which is light, thin, drapes well and has a certain degree of breathability, as well as anti-permeability properties.

The same applies to transparent organza, which also needs a light lining.



The performance of the interlining is varied and should match the characteristics of the different parts of the garment, so that a variety of interlinings can be found in a garment to suit different functional requirements. For example, a stiff collar shape, a comfortable body, hard-wearing details, etc.

Increasingly, women's fashions are also taking reference from well-made men's suits, using different performance interlinings to achieve a strong shape and comfort.



The shirt is a woman's daily wear top in spring and summer. Its interlining application is based on the requirements of shirt interlining, which needs to be washable, with a small shrinkage rate, and a more varied fabric, which needs to be selected according to the characteristics of the fabric and the shape of the garment, sometimes stiff and elastic, sometimes soft and comfortable.



The outerwear lining requires dry-cleaning and washing resistance, a soft feel and elasticity, and a base fabric that can be woven, knitted or non-woven according to the jacket fabric.



Trouser linings, mainly at the waist and pockets, require dry-cleaning and washing resistance, abrasion resistance and the right amount of elasticity.

Due to the emergence of jumpsuits, wide legged summer trousers and contoured trousers, elastic waist linings can be chosen, and fashion trouser linings are more varied, with both spun and non-woven linings available.


The half-skirt

The half-skirt is a representative piece of women's fashion, with more varied designs, such as pleats, silhouettes and cut-outs being common design techniques. This requires a flexible use of interlining, both spun and non-woven, to match the shape of the skirt and the characteristics of the fabric, in addition to the waistband.



The interlining used for coats requires dry-cleaning resistance, appropriate elasticity, toughness and shapeability, and can be made from coarse spun coat interlining.