This wide-range of possible trends is exciting for clothing manufacturers, but it also means that they must be prepared for a greater range of customer demands.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015
In an article published November 4th by NewsOK.com, fashion writer Linda Miller explored the upcoming trends in clothing for spring and beyond, determining that, while there are several trends that are set to continue into 2016, there are none that are poised to be entirely dominant over the others. According to Los Angeles area fabric manufacturer and wholesaler XL Fabrics, this wide-range of possible trends is exciting for clothing manufacturers, but it also means that they must be prepared for a greater range of customer demands. Xl Fabrics notes that this means partnering with a fabric supplier that can supply fabrics that are used to make clothes that are trending both in terms of fabric type, as well as the color or pattern of the fabrics.
- Wide Range of Fabric Types – The article notes that many of the top possible clothing trends for the coming spring include apparel used for a wide variety of purposes and occasions. This, XL Fabrics explains, means that clothing designers wishing to capitalize on all possible trends will want to stock up on a variety of different fabric types used in a range of clothing. The article notes that active wear, commonly associated with cotton, mesh and lace, as well as feminine mystique outfits-- characterized by knit fabrics, fabrics with volume, and chiffon accents -- are likely to be popular in the coming months.
- A Variety of Looks to Choose From – XL Fabrics explains that, in addition to stocking all of the most popular fabrics used in today’s trendy clothing, they also make sure that they have a varied selection of patterns and colors for each fabric. They explain that the most innovative colors and patterns can be used as the main fabric to make a garment, but they can also be used as an accent to give a piece of clothing an extra touch of personality and style. XL Fabrics explains that, whether manufacturers are going for subtle and chic, or brilliant and truly out-there, they can find exactly what they need and more when they call XL Fabrics.
Following trends is an incredibly important aspect of fashion design, but even the most skilled designers can be limited by their raw materials if the right fabrics are not available. Clothing designers and manufacturers interested in learning more about the selection of fabrics available at XL Fabrics can call the wholesaler today at (213) 623-2522 or visit them online at http://www.XLFabrics.com.